South Norwood Community Kitchen

South Norwood Community Kitchen

At a glance

Causes

  • Campaigning
  • Counselling / advice
  • Local / community
  • Poverty relief

Other details

Organisation type: 
Not for profit
Geographical remit: 
Local

Objectives

We believe that everyone deserves to live healthy, happy, flourishing lives. Our work helps people get what they need, find a place to belong and participate, and organise to build community responses to systemic injustice.

South Norwood Community Kitchen (SNCK) is an accessible, welcoming multi-use space run by and for the local community where anyone can come and be part of building new ways to live well together, starting with food. We are open Tuesday-Saturday and engage an average of 150 local people every week.

All of our services are open access and we do not ask anyone for details of their circumstance unless we absolutely need to. There is no limit to how often people can come or make use of our provision.

Activities

Commons space for people to come together and share food:

  • Community centre open 5 days per week providing nutritious hot food on a pay-what-you-can basis
  • Weekly Saturday community day with ‘free groceries, 3 course lunch, regular performances and activities for children
  • Community-led activities (e.g. food growing, art sessions, tea tasting, sewing)
  • One to one support (listening, signposting, referrals, advocacy, form filling, interpreting)
  • Community organising (current projects: youth social action project, Regina Road campaign and residents group, Croydon Community Action)

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