In line with Government advice, Hammersmith United Charities has invoked our Business Continuity Plan and implemented a new operating model focussed on keeping the residents of our Almshouses, our team, contractors and partners safe and well during the Coronavirus pandemic. (more…)
Job role: Scheme Manager
Salary: £29,350.23 per annum
Appointment Type: Permanent
Hours: Monday – Friday 9am-5pm (37.5 hours)
Start date: TBC
Hammersmith United Charities is a 400 year-old Charity providing quality sheltered accommodation for older people in safe and secure settings, surrounded by prize winning communal gardens. We enable residents to remain independent for as long as possible within a friendly and supportive community. Please visit our website for further information www.hamunitedcharities.org.uk
About the role
The Scheme Manager is the first port of call for all residents and they are the face of the Charity. They are responsible for the day to day management of the sheltered housing scheme by providing a professional housing management and support service, which recognises the individuality and independence of residents.
The Scheme Manager actively promotes and encourages resident participation and works with partners to act as a catalyst to bring services to residents and to integrate the Almshouse and the communities.
How to Apply
Please read the Scheme Manager’s Job Description and Person Specification and send your CV and a maximum of a one A4 sided supporting statement to email@example.com by 9am on the 16th August 2020. First interview will take place on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd September 2020 by zoom. Second stage interview will take place on the 9th September at one of our schemes.
HUC Film Project
Hammersmith United Charities presents community@hammersmith, a film project to celebrate our grantees’ work and hopefully help bring some fun and light into 2020. Our aim is to build a video picture of the enormous value of local organisations, provide an insight into what community means in Hammersmith and help our grantees build their capacity to use film as a medium to tell their story to the people that matter to them.
If you are a grantee of Hammersmith United Charities, please find more information about the project and how to take part in this document.
If you have questions about the project, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City Bridge Trust, the City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, has awarded £180,000 to Hammersmith United Charities for the development of UNITED in Hammersmith & Fulham as a place-based giving in the diverse London borough. The project links those who want to support the community with local causes in-need that will best use their investment.
The grant will be released over five years (£47,000; £43,000; £37,000; £31,000; £22,000) with a focus on core funding.
Dhruv Patel, chairman of the City of London Corporation’s City Bridge Trust Committee, said: “At a time when public finances continue to be under significant strain, place-based giving schemes like UNITED in Hammersmith & Fulham are playing a really important role in tackling disadvantage in London.
“By using their grassroots knowledge of the issues which matter to local people and matching those who want to help their community with causes in need of support, they’re doing a fantastic job of building stronger communities and helping to make the borough a fairer place in which to live and work.”
Victoria Hill, CEO of Hammersmith United Charities said “We are grateful for the support of the City Bridge Trust to further our mission to revive the spirit of local philanthropy in partnership with Dr Edwards and Bishop King’s Fulham through the creation of UNITED in Hammersmith & Fulham.
“It will help continue the work that has already reached tens of thousands of people in need and bring people together to make Hammersmith and Fulham a borough where everyone thrives.”
Kevin McGrath DL OBE, Chair of UNITED in Hammersmith & Fulham, said “This grant from the City Bridge Trust means we can further important work to make our London borough a fairer place in which to work and live.
“We call for local individuals, businesses and institutions to partner with us through our activities, to ensure that local causes which are most in-need, such as homelessness, isolation, health inequality and racial disparity, are recognised and responded to in the most effective way possible.”
The City Bridge Trust, which was founded in 1995, gives £25m a year to charities fighting inequality and disadvantage in London.
We stand in solidarity with those making their voices heard in the fight against systemic racism.
Hammersmith United Charities stands in solidarity with those making their voices heard in the fight against systemic racism.
As a community charity in one of the most diverse areas of the UK, valuing equality and diversity is central to the way we work and we are committed to the fight against racism and prejudice.
We have a duty to the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people living in our Almshouses or working alongside us in our staff team, board and community partners to speak up. We want to let them know that we stand with them and against injustice and intolerance.
We believe that to be silent is to be complicit and so Hammersmith United Charities says with one voice that Black Lives Matter.
June 5th 2020: Tonight at 10pm Hammersmith & Fulham Council will be lighting Hammersmith Town Hall purple as H&F takes the knee and says with one voice that Black Lives Matter. Full statement from H&F Leader Stephen Cowan: