Cicely Northcote Trust

Previous Projects Projects previously funded or part-funded by the Cicely Northcote Trust include community work with the Southwark Diocese  Faith in Regeneration Project, developing social care within faith groups in South London and an evaluation of the Knowledge and Information Centre (KiC) at St Thomas' Hospital.

Other recent projects include:

      
  • The Hebe Foundation, 'The Apprentice’ project with young people to develop leadership and business and communication skills.  
  • Southwark Day Care Centre for Asylum Seekers, providing activities for asylum alongside advice and advocacy support on legal, housing and health matters.

  • Springfield Community Flats, empowering disadvantaged people, in particular refugees and asylum seekers, to overcome poverty through practical support, skills and knowledge. 

  • Lambeth Mencap (‘Me Too’ Project), supporting adults with learning disabilities and their family.
    www.lambethmencap.org.uk

  • Music in Hospitals (‘South London Sounds so Well’ Project), providing live music in hospitals concerts for older people in South London.
    www.musicinhospitals.org.uk
  • Timebank (‘Parents First’ Project), a mentoring project for disadvantaged families in the London  boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark.
    www.timebank.org.uk
  • Bangladeshi Community Group (‘Health Awareness’ Project), provides advice on tackling social exclusion among the Bangladeshi community by addressing issues such as ignorance, poverty, lack of information and language, good diet etc.
    www.london-se1.co.uk/directory/81
  • SE1 United (an investigative project which aims to assist young people deal with violence in their communities).
    http://www.se1united.org.uk/

 

See the Project Reports page for more details of selected projects.