The Terrence Higgins Trust is one of the UK’s largest sexual health charities. They provide support to young people on a range of issues. More recently they sought to place young people out into their communities to be the eyes and ears on the ground for their project through peer mentoring. Shani Williamson talks about how […]
The work we do supporting local residents, community groups and organisations in Camden has a transformative impact on the local community. But don't just take our word for it!
Here you can read just a few of the stories from our service users about how our support has made a real difference to help bring about a better quality of life and more sustainable and resilient communities in Camden.
Queens Crescent Community Centre is a registered charity providing services and activities for the local community. Jonathan Montgomery talks about support they received from VAC on their successful funding application to the Active Communities Fund. Q. You used VAC to support an application to the Active Communities Fund? The organisation here uses VACs training quite a lot. […]
Doorstep Homeless Families Project provides access to vital services for Homeless families living in temporary accommodation in the London Borough of Camden. Faced with severe funding cuts in 2011, Vicki Fox, director of Doorstep, approached VAC for support to develop a 5 year strategic business plan to help steer the organisation through uncertain waters.
Peter Ward talks to Len Lauk about the support that the Camden Community & Police Consultative Group has received from VAC over the last 14 years.