St. Vincent's Family Project mainly focuses on the southern part of Westminster, which consists of the following wards: Churchill, St. James's, Vincent Square, Tachbrook and Warwick. The families who live in these wards in particular, experience child poverty, stark inequality and housing pressures, which all contributes to a tougher family environment. 

Westminster is a borough of stark inequality

The borough is the third most prosperous in the UK in terms of average resident's income, yet, 14% of Westminster's neighbourhoods account for 10% of the most deprived boroughs in England in relation to the income associated. According to a Save the Children report, 24% of children in Westminster are living in 'severe poverty'.One direct example of this poverty is that 32% of children, who live in the borough, are eligible to receive free school meals. A more indirect response to this stark inequality is that 30% of housing is overcrowded in the borough. Our mission is to support those who are living in these conditions by providing essential services in the area.

How to find us

The Methodist Central Hall, Storey's Gate, Westminster, SW1H 9NH

Directions: St. Vincent's Family Project is based in the basement of the Methodist Central Hall (MCH). To find us, walk down Matthew Parker Street at the side of MCH and you will find our entrance marked by the sign on the wall St. Vincent's Family Project. 

Underground: The nearest stations are St James's Park and Westminster.

Bus: There are numerous routes which converge on Parliament Square. To find out about routes and times, visit the TFL website.

Save the Children (2011) Severe Child Poverty Nationally and Locally y_February2011.pdf