Providing housing for the elderly & grants for work to help people in need
We offer grants to organisations working to prevent or relieve hardship or distress in our Area of Benefit. We welcome enquiries from groups of all sizes. We are particularly interested in working with groups with strong links to the communities they serve.
We are starting the process of looking to the future and our 400th anniversary in 2018. Take a look at our plan for 2015/16 about how we are going about getting there. Download the plan from our website or email us firstname.lastname@example.org Business Plan – 2015-16 – WebRead More...
14 new grants awarded. See the grants page for details. Next deadline 30 SeptemberRead More...
We greatly enjoyed celebrating the birthday of Mary Seacole House with their residents yesterday. Staff and residents came together to create a wonderful carnival atmosphere. One of our Sycamore House residents fulfilled an ambition to have a go on a steel drum. Students from London South Bank University who have been taking part in this […]Read More...
HUC will be holding its first grants conference on Thursday 2 July. We will be welcoming Dan Corry, head of New Philanthropy Capital as our keynote speaker. More details and invitations coming very soon!Read More...
Hammersmith United Charities provides homes for people over 60 within the area of benefit who are living on a low income and who would otherwise find it difficult to fund suitable homes for themselves. A limited number of women over 55 may also qualify.
Trustees have the power to make grants to groups or individuals in the area of benefit to alleviate deprivation and hardship. As a result of the report commissioned by the Charity from the Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion at the London School of Economics and presented in 2009, the trustees now have access to detailed information about where the most deprived areas are and who needs help most.
When you come through the entrance it’s like entering another world. You’d never know you were in London.
Elsie — Sycamore House resident Read More Testimonials