Please watch and share this short video featuring young Londoners talking about a capital free from poverty.
The video was launched 17th October 2019 by the 4 in 10 Network (which includes Rainbow Money Advice) at the London Child Poverty Summit.
What would a London free from poverty mean for you?
THE RAINBOW CENTRE JOB CLUB
Job club is back for another year and better than ever, every Thursday at the rainbow centre, please contact the Rainbow centre on 0208 441 9837 for times.
Please see attached map for directions
- Are you worried about money ?
- Struggling to control your finances?
- Unable to pay your bills ?
- Being visited by bailiffs?
- Having problems with your benefits?
Being made homless by your landlord?
We offer free, confidential and impartial money advice at the Rainbow Centre every Tuesday.
Please contact Stuart for more information or to book a slot , we recommend you call first as it gets really busy on Tuesdays. Stuart 07981760399
This Friday’s Community Kitchen
Our famous home made mushroom soup served with crusty bread
Cumberland sausage served with mash and onion gravy
*Vegetarian option available
Delicious home made strawberry cheese cake
As always our 3 course meal costs £1pp
We aim to have the first course ready by 1pm but can sometimes run a little late.
Are you having difficulty paying your bills?
According to Step Change Debt Charity (www.stepchange.org), 21 million people in the UK are struggling with their bills.
Rainbow Money Advice is helping to promote Debt Awareness. For more information and for details how we can help if you are one of the 21 million:
We offer free, confidential and impartial,Money Advice at the Rainbow Centre, every Tuesday.
- Visit the Rainbow Centre office,(Dollis Valley Drive, London, EN5 2UN)
- phone the Rainbow Centre on 020 8441 9837
- visit https://rainbowmoneyadvice.wordpress.com
- email Stuart at: email@example.com
- or phone/text Stuart on 07981 760 399
It took us a while to get this together as we’ve been so busy. The one good thing about the colder months is we’ve had the chance to catch up on all the things we didn’t manage to get round to. Please enjoy.
On Sunday 31st of august 2014 Barnet Community Projects partnered with residents in the local community to put on a family fun day on our local green space. After a couple of months of planning and a lot of hard work we were all able to enjoy our efforts. We were supported by local business, individuals and other organisations. For more info please visit http://www.barnetcp.org.uk
You are invited to our Community Kitchen Christmas Dinner on Friday 19th December at 1pm. The cost is £1 for a 3 course meal, come down to the Rainbow from 12pm, have a coffee and meet with folks.
As I look back over the year I am encouraged by the variety projects which have been run from the Rainbow centre and the amazing contributions of time and effort that people have given to the community. I love the work of the Lunch Club feeding children and providing good quality activities. I have been especially encouraged by the numbers of young people finding full time work recently, we have worked with some of them for 3 years now and it is good to see fruit from our labour. There are so many amazing things happening there is not time to list them all here. But thank you to everyone who gave so much. One highlight for me was the cycle challenge I did in September, cycling 6 countries in 6 days. It was great facing such a challenge with a group of people and supporting one another to achieve our aim. It is what we are seeking to do here at the Rainbow by helping people work together as community to head towards the future they are hoping for.
I trust you have a restful and fun Christmas – the diet starts January 2nd! Looking forward to working and sharing together with you in 2015.
Steve and all of us at the Rainbow