We are delighted to share our space with the following organisations and act as lead Partner on the Living Centre:
Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Socity
Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Society
(FCA Registration no. 7808)
Health is a Right and not a privilege.
The objects of the Society shall be to carry on any business for the benefit of the community by pioneering nutrition and lifestyle intervention solutions for a changing health and care landscape to improve the physical and mental health of the public and reduce health inequalities, tackle food poverty and reduce social isolation whilst operating within an intersectional framework.
Little Village makes it as easy as possible for families to support one another, during times of need.
Our dream is that no child in the capital grows up without essential items of clothing, toys and equipment. All the things we give out are gifts, from one family to another, passed on with love.
Director: Candice Woolfson
☎ CONTACT: 07970 061 103
Urban Community Projects
Empowering local communities to support one another during times of need is at the heart of what we do, that’s why we work in the heart of local communities directly on social housing estates.
We support local people of all ages, many of whom live on local estates and have often struggled to find
Director: Rasheeda Graham
☎ CONTACT: 020 7018 3730
visually impaired In camden
Visually Impaired in Camden (VIC) is a small voluntary organization of visually impaired people living and/or working in Camden.
VIC’s main aim is to reduce the social isolation often experienced by blind and partially sighted people.
camden safer neighbourhood board
Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board (CSNB) is a borough-wide, community-led charity that brings together the community, police and council with the aim of reducing crime and antisocial behaviour in Camden.