4ALL – Building Community in West Dulwich was started in February 2010 by a group of local people who felt that more could be done to promote community and neighbourliness locally and to support specific groups, especially young people and older people. This was following a detailed survey carried out by a research organisation which revealed significant local needs.
Many of the people who started 4ALL are members of All Saints Church, and All Saints Church continues to support 4ALL in many different ways. However, people of every faith and none help run 4ALL and take part in its projects. 4ALL is an independent charity and limited company.
We are always looking for new ideas for small-scale projects to develop – and also for energetic people who can run them. Please get in touch to discuss your ideas: 07432 118859; firstname.lastname@example.org
Like most charities, 4ALL survives on a mixture of grants from grant-making trusts and other bodies and donations from supporters. We are very grateful to everyone who supports us. If you would like to contribute, please complete the form here.
More information on 4ALL’s finances and operations can be found in our most recent annual report.
4ALL – Building Community in West Dulwich is run by a group of trustees, who give their time voluntarily to support the organisation. The trustees are:
Paul Durgan, treasurer
Ann Kingsbury, councillor for Thurlow Park Ward, 2010–14
Sue Morgan, chair Peabody Tenants Association
Christopher Pick, secretary
Catherine Potter, vice-chair
David Stephenson, chair and vicar of All Saints West Dulwich
Cathy Wiles, assistant priest at All Saints West Dulwich.