We are extremely grateful to…
The Big Lottery Fund
Eleanor Rathbone Charitable Trust
Heritage Lottery Fund
Roughly Trust (AW60 fund)
Fundraisers and donors
Tayo Aluko and friends, regularly donate the proceeds of performances, most recently of Just An Ordinary Lawyer about the UK’s first Black judge
Transition Town Belsize donated half the proceeds of a stall
Camden Teacher Tenants Co-operative for their donation in memory of their founder member, Janet Brown, who supported the Centre.
Rock and Roll Rescue second-hand music shop in Camden donates annually.
Local mums who bring us quality clothes, children’s and household equipment for those who would otherwise go without
The many who donate regularly ensuring we can provide a meal and childcare for the All African Women’s Group self-help meetings, our volunteers and other users, and to the Xmas Appeal for asylum seekers which ensures destitute women and their children have some extra funds over the festive season.
Stalwart volunteers and supporters
Women and men, the backbone of our Centre, who help with everything from keeping the computers going and feeding us to organising the annual Kids Party
Our many friends in the local community and beyond whose warm words and deeds encourage us daily
London Ambulance Service for first aid training
Therapists in Vital Forces who provide free or low-cost healing therapies
Speakers who give us food for thought
Local journalists always ready to report on our activities.