Thank you to Cheryl who raised a fantastic amount for FirmFoundation selling plants and bulbs outside Sainsburys in Stanmore.
Well done to South Harrow Baptist Church for some wonderful fundraising! These shower packs will be used at FirmFoundation’s Day Drop-in.
Well done to the 27th Harrow Scout Troop for raising funds for FirmFoundation and securing their ‘Fund Raising’ badges!
Thank you Asda in Ruislip for your help to hightlight homelessness!
Thank you to Marks and Spencer’s in Pinner for supporting FirmFoundation and choosing us as their charity for the year!
A huge thank you to the pupils and staff of Park High in Stanmore. Their 50’s event saw the students raise money for charities and the school. Well done!
Comic Relief came to Film at FirmFoundation’s Night Shelter which was aired on the One Show on the 20th March 2017. Comedian Javone Prince pictured second from the left, spent some time with guests and listened to their personal stories. Thank you Comic Relief!
Malcolm Mitchell and FirmFoundation’s own Laura Lindores after speaking to the Pinner Golf Club about climbing Mount Everest and homelessness. Thank you to the Pinner Golf Club for their donation to FirmFoundation.
FirmFoundation trustees, staff with Harrow School’s Shaftsbury Enterpise and Harrow Development Trust.
FirmFoundation’s manager thanks Harrow School for their support in choosing the our organisation as their main charity this year.
Thank you to the Pret Foundation for their support of the 2017 Winter Night Shelter. Great to welcome Giovanna at the Shelter for breakfast!
MP Bob Blackman visits the 2017 Night Shelter and spends time with our guests.
FirmFoundation was pleased to have Mayor Councillor Rekha Shah and her husband to the Night Shelter. They where joined by Revd. James Power and his wife as they chatted to guests.
Thank you to Marion and Sarah from a local Social Club who have collected and given mugs for our starter packs for people moving into accommodation. Well done.
Steve tells Councillor Sue Anderson about his journey through the Night Shelter and into accommodation.
Well done to Belmont School. Teachers donated the money they would have spent on Christmas cards and gave it to the work of FirmFoundation.
Once again folks at Elmfield Church have surpassed themsevles! Each year Shelter bags are made up with toiletries, underwear and everything a person could need. It is such a fantatic way to serve Harrow’s homeless. Thank you!
Thanks to Margaret, Sunita, Helen and Hollie, for some fantastic cakes pictured with our Charity Manager Julian, the residents from Rowanweald Care home a Sanctuary Care Home in Harrow Weald. The cakes will go to FirmFoundation’s day drop-in in time for Christmas.
Bob Blackman MP Harrow East addressess the Single Homelessness Forum chair by FirmFoundation
Stanmore Synagogue invited the community to share in Mitzvah Day, as part of this fantastic event food was donated to FirmFoundation which was used for Harrow’s rough sleepers at our Day Drop-in service. It was gratefully received! From left to right, Samantha Jacobs, Julian Saunders, Rabbi Mendel Lew and Juilette Harris
The FirmFoundation team grab a selife as Laura (centre) heads off for her monumental ascent of Mount Everest raising money for charity. We think you are amazing!
The pupils at Whitefriars Primary School have been collecting item for our rough sleepers to use at FirmFoundation’s Drop-in. Our thanks to Louise Chuter pictured on the right.
FirmFoundation, chosen as Harrow School’s main Charity for 2016. Meet the FirmFoundation team at the event! From left to right, Fernando de Paula, John Nelson, Ian Dowsett, Julian Saunders, Laura Lindores and Bob Douch
Whitefriars Primary School are once again gearing up to support FirmFoundation‘s Winter Night Shelter. It was great to be part of the school’s assemblies (and good fun). Left of the picture, Julian Saunders Charity Manager, centre Louise Chuter Whitefrars School and Laura Lindores FirmFoundation
Belmont School worked hard to raise money which they turned into items for FirmFoundation‘s ’Starter Packs’. The items include crockery, towels cutlery etc, what a fabulous achievement, well done to the teachers and pupils. Julian Saunders (left) Deputy Head Ms Davies (centre) and Karl Berger (right).
Natalie pictured here on the right of the picture, ran and raised money for FirmFoundation. Natalie also volunteers at FirmFoundation’s Winter Night Shelter, we are really proud of your achievement and the difference the money raised by you will make to those who are homeless in Harrow. Well Done!
Paulo created a piece of art with FirmFoundation’s logo on it. He is pictured here at the weekly Day Drop-in Service.
Students from Nower Hill School in Harrow took part in the Alan Sennitt Trust who’s purpose was to develop leadership skills. After choosing homelessness and after an initial meeting which included Harrow Street Pastors, the pupils had to apply for a grant and source the items that FirmFoundation could use for our clients. Very impressive – and a huge thank you.
MP Bob Blackman (centre) came to talk to some of Harrow’s rough sleepers and was joined on the night by two Harrow School Boys and one of the schools teachers
St Peter‘s Medical Centre teamed up with FirmFoundation’s Night Shelter to provide surgeries for our guests.
Giovanna Pasini the manager of the Pret Foundation Trust visits the 2016 Night Shelter
Graham Dunbar from Harrow School’s Shaftesbury Enterprise and Revd James Power of St Mary’s visit FirmFoundation
Well done to Whitefriars School and pupils for their projects focusing on homelessness. These biscuits were decorated by year 4’s and delivered to FimFoundation’s Winter Night Shelter.
Waitrose Harrow Weald chose FirmFoundation’s Winter Night Shelter as one of their Community Matters green token appeal
Thank you to Canons High School for inviting FirmFoundaiton to take part in their assemblies and for their contributions to FirmFoundation.
Portfolio Holder for Housing Cllr Glen Hearnden at Harrow’s ‘Single Homelessness Forum’ chaired by FirmFoundation