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Neighbourhood Care in Croydon

We are an umbrella organisation for neighbourhood care across the London Borough of Croydon.

Our role is to help our members implement strategies to maximise their income, utilising their resources and assisting them in developing sustainable services around the needs of their community.

Our Aims
Our principle aim is to promote, support and develop local neighbourhood care schemes within the London Borough of Croydon for the relief of isolated, vulnerable and frail adults, supporting our Member Groups to continue to provide preventative services to the community, through best practice, training and development.

Our objective is to act for the relief of persons in need and for such other charitable purposes for the benefit of the inhabitants of the London Borough of Croydon as the charity shall from time to time decide and to do all such things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of that object.

We provide the following services to our members:
• Peer-to-peer support
• Partnership working
• Fundraising
• DBS Checks
• Training (both on-line and in-house)
• Quarterly newsletter
• Health & Safety advice
• Advertising / promotional material
• Assistance with bid writing
• Help in setting up Gift Aid
• Quarterly forums
• Good practice guidance
• Access to policies and procedures
• Printing

Central Hall, Davidson Lodge, Freemason's Road , Croydon , Surrey, CR0 6PD
Umbrella org:
Croydon Neighbourhood Care Association (CNCA)
Area serviced:
Contact name:
Annamika Koomoshan
Job title:
Development Manager
020 8662 1000
020 8662 0444
Opening times:
Mon - Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm
Who is it for:
Elderly, frail, isolated or vulnerable adults
Translation service available
Disabled access:
410, 289
Nearest train/tram station is East Croydon
Limited parking available

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