Hampden Gurney are proud to work with the following charities to raise awareness and hold fundraising events within the school.
Marylebone project was set up by the Church Army and The Portman House Trust, they provide long and short term beds to homeless women and offer essential facilities. The Marylebone Centre also delivers education, employment and training opportunities and meaningful activities in order to support service users into independent living.
Their value of spirituality is symbiotic with our own values as a school, to live full lives because God loves us all unconditionally.
If you would like to find out more about this charity, please take a look at their website https://www.maryleboneproject.org.uk
Children from across the UK, thousands of seriously ill children are treated at St Mary’s. The charity aims to transform the hospital environment to make sure St Mary’s is welcoming and comfortable for children and families. At the same time, they are continuing to ensure every paediatric department is equipped to continue delivering the best possible care.
This charity holds a special place in the heart of our school. Many of our children were born at this hospital and we are proud to serve them as part of our community by raising funds for the children’s wards.
If you would like to find out more about this charity, please take a look at their website https://www.imperialcharity.org.uk/
Goodwill has been supporting the care and education of destitute and orphaned children in southern India since 1976. Most Goodwill children come from the tribal communities living in the mountain ranges of the Palani Hills. They look after children who have either been orphaned or come from families that are simply too poor to provide essential shelter, food, and education. Goodwill is able to provide them with a loving home and the life chances that their families cannot.
At Hampden Gurney, we are incredibly fortunate to have the opportunities we do. Not only in a safe and happy school community, but also in the enrichment available to us by our location. Through working with Goodwill Children’s Homes, we are showing a number of our values and reflecting on how thankful we are. With our charity ambassadors and the help of everyone in our school community, we hope to make a difference and help towards providing the children in India with education, love and care.
If you would like to find out more about this charity, please take a look at their website https://www.goodwillhomes.org.uk