Community heroes were celebrated at Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s inaugural Civic Honours on Thursday 1 March. The awards shine a light on members of the community who have selflessly helped others and contributed to the borough. We are immensely proud that Joanne MacInnes won the Civic Hours award for “Acts of Courage and Compassion. Joanne is a Read more about Key Member wins Civic Honours Award for “Acts of Courage and Compassion.”[…]
We recently teamed up with QPR Football Club who are helping with the integration of our refugee families. On February 14th QPR showed their big heart by inviting the families to a tour of Loftus Road Stadium and presented their guests with books and replica football tops. A lovely gesture by the West London Read more about QPR stadium tour and match day tickets for refugee families[…]
Mustafa and his wife were the first family the council resettled to the borough and he and his young family are doing so well. From no English at all he is now applying for jobs with excellent English. A very impressive young man. Please check out his interview in Time Out.
2017 was a break through year for Hammersmith and Fulham Refugees Welcome. We grew in size, secured new properties and more than doubled the number of refugee families we have resettled into the borough. At the start of the year we launched our film which featured local celebrities comedian Miranda Hart and actor Harriet Walter, Read more about Review of 2017[…]