Thanks to Clare Sharpen

The Peckham Settlement has reluctantly accepted the resignation of Clare Sharpen who served on the Executive Committee for three years.

She brought the organisation clarity and skills that assisted its passage through to its new manifestation and active grant-making.

re_launch – The Peckham Settlement Relaunches

16th June 2016 saw the Re-Launch of The Peckham Settlement as celebrated at Peckham Library in one of its spacey pods.

In attendance were Deputy Mayor Charlie Smith and his wife, Cllrs Barrie Hargove, Michael Situ and Sunil Chopra, representatives of HOurBank, Cambridge House, Pecan, and other local organisations.

A short presentation was made encouraging local organisations to apply for funding from The Peckham Settlement.

A moment’s silence was also held   for Jo Cox MP

The Peckham Settlement Relaunches

Clare Sharpen presents The Way Ahead for guests at the Re-Launch

Following our re-launch in June 2016 The Peckham Settlement has begun its new life as a grantmaker and currently has supported: HOurBank, Peckham Coal Line, Oasis Aquila Housing, South London Cares, Carl Campbell’s CCDC7, Peckham Park Road Baptist Church, Friends of Peckham East (formerly Friends of Brimmington Park), Link Age Southwark; and new grantees Bede House Association, Age UK Lewisham & Southwark, Pioneer African Caribbean Over 50s Group.

Our small grants may be awarded to local individuals, groups and constituted organisations providing that they benefit the people of Peckham.

See our ‘Apply for Grants’ page to find out more.

We are also looking for new members. If interested, please contact us.