What we're learning from our work improving health in our communities
We have hosted the first UK-based inspired by a global collective looking at health beyond the lens of healthcare. Everyone saw a huge opportunity to improve lives, but important challenges began to emerge.
This year brought us much cause for celebration as we partnered with many people with inspiration, ideas and ambition, working at the heart of health and social care here in Lambeth and Southwark.
Evaluation isn’t easy. I know because, in my job as Head of Evaluation at the Charity, I deal with the complexities of it every day.
Last night I attended an event to mark my departure as Chair of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity and it forced me to reflect on the six years I have spent in that role. As I step down, I throw down a challenge to those responsible for driving change.
Evelina London is ten. A proud decade of delivering life-changing care for children, young people and their families, a success that is down to people: our extraordinary staff, the children and families, our donors and those who support us.
We're supporting The Reader Organisation to bring about a reading revolution in Lambeth and Southwark, helping to reduce isolation and improve wellbeing. Over 1,300 people have attended at least one reading session - I was one of them recently.
As a charity that works with people at the margins of society, at Thames Reach we have known for years the challenges involved in, and the sheer importance of looking after, the complete health of the most vulnerable in our communities
When looking for answers to London’s healthcare issues, few of us would think of turning to the Middle East. However, with its challenge-driven culture, high tolerance of failure and little regard for hierarchy, places like