We work in partnership with charities, institutions and cultural organisations to provide you with valuable services.
As well as supporting our most vulnerable residents with access to digital learning initiatives, green spaces and even foodbank vouchers, we’ve also fostered many partnerships across London to support learning and creativity, improve health and wellbeing and help combat social isolation among our residents.
Residents at our sheltered schemes for example have the opportunity to get involved in music, theatre and dance projects run by The Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Royal Ballet and Camden People’s Theatre, social and fitness activities offered by Lord’s Cricket Ground and Age UK, as well as intergenerational projects with school children run by The Old Vic and InCommon.
C&C residents also enjoy free tickets to major exhibitions and performances at some of London’s top cultural institutions, including The British Museum, The National Gallery and The Barbican, as well as artwork loans via Paintings in Hospitals.
Our care home residents also enjoy partnerships with London South Bank University and Ben Uri Art Gallery - occupational therapy and arts therapy student placements in care homes. And Kew College school nursery class (4 year olds) visits one of our care homes every week during term time.