News & Events
Mummy’s Gin Fund, which donated to us last year too, has sent even more presents this year, a really dazzling array of gifts, hugely welcomed to bring cheer to our families at a tough time of year. Thank you Helen for your support and the support of all your network!
Roses, the Woolwich branch of the Women’s Institute, also gave us some amazing presents towards the party, and made two of the team their guests of honour at their Christmas dinner last Thursday. Thanks to Louise and all the wonderful members of Roses!
The London Ambulance Service also donated bags of gifts for our party which is really kind of them. Thanks Nigel for your thoughtfulness!
And we are asking a few other generous local supporters, including St Marks Church who have given gifts to us for a number of years to instead look at giving us food vouchers for supermarkets, as some families will struggle especially with the recent shift to Universal Credit for those on benefits. Thanks for your long term support Mary and St. Marks!
Finally thanks to all our trustees, especially Sarah who got us the cake, lots of raffle prizes, and volunteers for face painting and henna!
Her Centre runs Basic English classes for women only, good for women with little or no English, a good preparation for more formal English classes and an effective way to meet women and learn about local services for women. See our News and Events page (here) for next classes.
The next ESOL class will commence on June 5th 2018. Please note there will be No Classes during Half Term & School Holidays.
Book your place for our next Basic English Class, by calling 020 3260 7715.
Session Timings are from 10am to 12pm (Tuesdays).
Training for professionals, IDSVA team provide training for professionals in a range of areas. Please contact us on 020 3260 7715 for further information. (Training page)
For more info on Training, contact Her Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org
Quarterly open forums on issues that impact on women, open to the public, with speakers, workshops and food. See our News and Events page (here) for next forum.
Our next Open Forum: On October 30th 2018 - See leaflet. At YMCA, Woolwich Dockyard Estate, SE18 5 QG
As well as public Open Forums, we organise a highly popular Multi-Cultural Holiday Celebration every year to give women a fun opportunity to get involved in and contribute to community life. For further information please call us on 0203 260 7715.
Feedbacks from our 20th Anniversary:
Ann Marie Eigbe, former steering group and Her Centre volunteer
Claire Platt, former user steering group and Her Centre Volunteer
Cheryl Scille, user steering group and Her Centre volunteer
Auction 2018: Fundraising for Blackheath Women & Her Centre.
Her Centre appreciates Blackheath Women's Rugby Club support to our work, empowering women to leave abuse and move forward with their lives. We hope the auction is the best success for both their funding and for ours.
The Living Wage Foundation is pleased to announce that Her Centre has been accredited as a Living Wage Employer.
The Living Wage Foundation Director, Sarah Vero, said: "We are delighted to welcome Her Centre to the Living Wage movement as an accredited employer."
The Her Centre received the London Healthy Workplace Award.
Her Centre is one of over fifty organisations that have met the standards to date. The Healthy Workplace Charter is the first pan-London framework that supports and recognises investment in staff health and well-being. The charter has been set up by the Mayor of London to recognise and reward employers for investing in workplace health and well-being.
We are a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. As such, we are managed by a Board of Trustees, hold Annual General Meetings (AGMs) and produce an Annual Review and Annual Accounts that are public documents.
For hard copies of our Annual Accounts or Annual Review, or to enquire about our next AGM, please email us at email@example.com
Her Centre's Director Stacy Smith and Voluntary Worker Claire Platt were both interviewed by Greenwich Television and discussed about Her Centre's services.
New Leaf video - Here is a great short film that Little Fish did with some helpful young people on healthy relationships and what they think!
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