15 So when they had dined, Jesus saith to Simon Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me more than these? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs.
We're big on empowering young people, reducing isolation for senior citizens, feeding individuals and families on low incomes.
City Mission Nursery was established in 1998 as a social enterprise with intent to contribute to relieving one of the barriers to primary carers for children, mainly women, engaging in the local economy, affordable and safe childcare. Outcomes to deliver affordable child care in this area of disadvantage, whilst empowering parents/carers to take up opportunities to train and/or work is still our mandate today.
We are on the front lines of Youth Intervention daily and for over 20 years have helped young people from all backgrounds become more responsible citizens. By arranging offsite trips, games, team building activities and so much more, our Youth Club is a vibrant and safe place for young people between 7 - 16 year olds to socialise with their peer groups.
Every Monday, we run a Dementia Cafe for senior citizens suffering with dementia in the local community. Local residents attend the cafe to socialise with friends, do exercise and dance classes plus enjoy hot deliciously cooked meals by on site chefs.
Thursdays is our popular Elders club, where local senior citizens over 65 years old attend the club to enjoy meeting with friends, playing games and doing fun exercises to keep the muscles nice and warm!
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At PCMC we save good food from going to waste. Fresh, tasty and in-date food is donated to us by City Harvest and Felix Project ; who are supplied by shops such as Waitrose, Sainsburys, Harrods and the UK’s top food companies. We redistribute this surplus food to over 100 people, charities and community groups in the local area every week.
To get involved as a volunteer or get access to food contact us here.
One day, 3 teenagers from our Youth Club won a competition prize of £100. With the £100 they decided to make some drinks based on one of their Grandmother's secret recipe. They had a meeting to come up with the name and used the funds to purchase the ingredients and bottles for the drink. They sold all their drinks in Notting Hill London carnival, and decided it was time to make a business out of their idea.
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"We were doing it [making drinks] for a laugh at first but when we received positive feedback from lots of different people - we realised we had something special"
J Hall, CEO
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