Voting has began…

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We’ve entered the Aviva Community Fund to win funds to purchase two new computers.

The competition opened on Tuesday 25th October and runs until 18th November.

Last year, we ran a basic IT course and since that project ended, we’ve received many requests for a repeat. Two new computers will be a valuable resource to our local community and will provide greater access to those who are without internet access or the skills to use the internet and computer independently.

Once you have registered on the Aviva site, voting will only take a few minutes out of your day. And remember you have 10 votes to use as you wish – on one project or across projects, the choice is yours.

Click here for the link to our page

A BIG thank you for your support, please share with family, friends and colleagues.

We’re Fundraising!

Tell It Parents Network is a member of LocalGiving and their Grow Your Tenner Campaign is NOW underway.

This is an exciting match funding campaign. Donate any amount UP TO £10 and this donation will be DOUBLED. Or you can set up a monthly direct debit and after the first 6 months, months 7-12 will be matched, again up to the value of £10.

For more information visit our Localgiving page here

HURRY – as match funding can run out fast.

Drop In

Since August 2016, we have been without a fixed space however, our service continues to deliver a range of services that are important to our local community. This year we have managed to deliver English Classes, Triple P Parenting Programmes and a Community Inform & Empower project in partnership with Westminster Adult Education Service.

We know how important it is to remain as accessible as possible and we’ve been a permanent fixture every Monday, at the Advice Plus sessions at the Beethoven Centre since September 2016. We continue to provide advice with the following:

  • Formal correspondence: explaining and responding to letters and emails
  • Making appointments and telephone calls
  • Completing benefit forms, appeals and health questionnaires
  • Housing applications, placements and queries
  • Liaising and advocating with professional services (eg: schools, social services)
  • and more…

If you have an issue you think we can help with, pop in and see us:

Mondays 1-4pm @ Beethoven Centre, Third Avenue, London W10 4JL

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