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Catholic Childrens Society Westminster

Our company in a nutshell

About us:

Since 1859, the Catholic Children's Society (Westminster) has been reaching out to disadvantaged children and families. From "rescuing" orphans at risk of starving, losing their Catholic faith and the orphanages of yesteryear, to our counselling services and family centres today, we have kept the interests of the child at the heart of all the work that we do. We have evolved our services to meet the needs of the times, while never losing sight of the fact that children thrive best in families.  The Society now concentrates on providing services and support to families of all races and faiths who are experiencing problems that affect their health, happiness and the stability of the family unit.


Our Experience / Expertise:

We provide School Counselling, Family Centres, Holidays and outings for families who have never been out of their immediate area, Christmas Gifts and Hampers & Stay and Play centres.


Our Vision:

Our vision is of a just society in which:

Every child is loved and brought up by their parents.

The dignity and rights of every individual are cherished with respect.

The voices of the poor and vulnerable are listened to and acted upon.

All families have access to decent housing and a living wage.

Children and families have an opportunity to play an active part in their community.


Our Team/Staff:

Our Fundraising, Marketing & Communications Department is a fun and vibrant team. A variety of Events, Appeals and Publications are designed and brought to life. There is a balanced sociable culture within the organization and plenty of opportunity for growth and embracing new ideas.



Based in North Kensington, Our head office is a stones throw from Ladbroke Grove underground station (served by the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines) the office is located in a quiet, leafy square of West London. 

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