• St. Vincent’s Family Project: Creating Community with Children and Family in Westminster

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Target amount: £0.00

Amount raised: £3,405.00


Family Space Monthly Programme - January 2021

We have a new online programme for families and children living in Westminster. Check it out and contact the Family Space team on [email protected] if you are interested.


Author: SVFP London

Love for London

The Argyll Club is proud to support St Vincent's Family Project this Christmas. St Vincent's Family Project is a local charity working with young families and children in Westminster experiencing wider effects of poverty. Help us to make a difference in families and children's lives by creating a magical experience of Christmas. Find out how you can get involved!


Author: The Argyll Club

Target amount: £500.00

Amount raised: £200.00

COVID 19 - Update on our Services 

Given the increase in current infection rates of COVID-19, in order to do what we can to keep families, staff, volunteers and visitors safe, we have decided we have to limit access to the St. Vincent’s Family Project.

This means, until the risk has improved and on Government guidance, we will not be offering  any face to face programmes in our project.

We will however provide support and programmes online during the week and one to one support online or by telephone to families who need this. We will also offer an art therapy online. 

Check our Family Space Programme for this month. 

We will keep you posted on any further developments.

For general queries you can contact us on [email protected]. If you would like to contact us about services for families, you can email [email protected]

In the meantime, you can follow us on Twitter Facebook and Instagram 

Our impact in the last year


Family Space provided 783 sessions of free or nominal cost


90% of families surveyed agreed SVFP helped them towards reducing social isolation


Creative Arts Therapy held 318 sessions, both one to one and group, to help children manage troubling emotions

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