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KCSC receives funding from Trust for London to deliver the Stronger Voices programme over the next 3 years


Trust for London has granted KCSC a total of £130,000 over the next 3 years to deliver the Stronger Voices programme.  

Based on the current work of KCSC delivering community development and engagement activities since the Grenfell fire, the funding will contribute to the funding of our Community Development role and will enable KCSC to work closely with local organisations, particularly grassroots/social action groups, to build and sustain the voice of the community within North Kensington.

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Roundtable Discussion leads the way on food poverty in Kensington and Chelsea


On 28 February 2017, KCSC held a roundtable event on food poverty.  Read the highlights from the discussions where a total of 31 people participated.    

Key points

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Cooking Up Ideas: Addressing the challenges of food poverty in Kensington and Chelsea

The findings of our year long research project examining food poverty in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. This report highlights the experiences of food aid providers and recipients, and is based on work carried out in partnership with seven local charities. 



Change for Children - Film

A film of the Change for Children project - a study of local families living in Kensington and Chelsea.

Download the report - Change for Children - a study of local families in Kensington and Chelsea (PDF 1.8mb)

Kensington and Chelsea's Poverty Profile

1. London’s Poverty Profile report was published in 2009 by the City Parochial Foundation. The report presented the social and economic profile of London and highlighted where poverty is most prominent in the London boroughs.

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