Communities Together Fund

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Celebrating camden’s communities (Closed)

Our ‘Communities Together Fund’ is a partnership with Volunteer Centre Camden and funded by the London Borough of Camden’s ‘We make Camden’ initiative. To support Camden organisations and citizens to celebrate diversity and unite our communities, we have established the Communities Together Fund. 10 Camden residents are at the heart of the decision-making for this fund and will choose which projects to support based on their own experiences.

The projects that celebrate camden’s communities

The panel have awarded funding to 54 projects that will bring together 14,000 residents through activities that celebrate the differences and diversity of groups and communities in Camden.

Abbey Community Centre, African Physical Training Organisation, Age UK Camden, Barrington Court TRA, British Somali Community Centre, Calthorpe Project, Camden Disability Action, Camden People's Theatre, Carnegie House TRA, Covent Garden Dragon Hall Trust, Elfrida Rathbone Camden, England's Lane Residents Association, Fitzrovia Youth in Action, Gospel Oak Nursery and Primary school, HealthProm, Heath Hands, Henna Asian Women's Group, Highgate Road Estate TRA, Holborn Community Association, Hopscotch Asian Women's Centre, Ingestre Community Centre, Key Changes (Islington Music Forum Ltd), King's Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association, Laamiga Womens Mentoring and Training, Larkers, Maiden Lane Community Centre, Mitzvah Day UK, North London Cares, Performing Production C.I.C, Primrose Hill Community Association, Pro Touch SA CIC, Queen's Crescent Community Association, Regents Park Time Bank ,Rhyl Primary School, Salvation Army (Chalk Farm), Scene & Heard, Somali Youth Development Resource Centre, St Pancras Community Association, The Caraf Centre, The Sherriff Centre, The Talk for Health Company Ltd, The Third Age Project, Three Fields Resident Association, Tybalds Residents Association, Urban Comunity Projects & Somers Town, Urban Outdoors London West Hampstead Women's Centre and Zad Foundation.