Edgware Community Cares

Edgware Community Cares is run by the community for the community and is a one stop welfare organisation for Edgware U its members.

The Co-ordinator is Nicole Duke (duke@welcomeassured.co.uk).

ECC provides a variety of services including

  • taking people to day centres
  • taking people to medical appointments
  • Companionship/befriending
  •  Help with shopping
  •  Meals
  •  Visiting the sick
  •  Sunday Socials
  •  Liaising where necessary with Organisations and Social Services.
  •  also help with arranging funurals and shiva

We also have professionals who are willing to give advice where appropriate. We always welcome any new volunteers who would like to join our team. If you are interested in helping with any of the above please do not hesitate to contact us. All of our volunteers are DBS checked.

Contact

Email  Nicole Duke

Upcoming Events

Young at Heart – Fortnightly events

Next meeting on Tuesday 22 August. - Learn more

Please join us between 10.30am and 1pm for coffee, chat and more.

Edgware Tots Stay and Play Group – Monday mornings

Monday morning from 10:00-11:30am during term times - Learn more

Weekly  (term times) on Monday mornings for ages 0-3yrs, £3 per family. Now on Summer Holiday – BUT BACK ON 4 SEPTEMBER!

CRP Registration Form 2017

- Learn more
To register please complete our online form.  Forms received AFTER Wednesday each week will NOT be registered until the FOLLOWING SHABBAT. Please allow 3 working days after requesting letters before they are collected. CRP desk will be manned from 10:45 to 11:15 am.

Beyond the Balfour Declaration

Tuesday 17 October 2017 at 8:15pm - Learn more

Lord Leslie Turnberg will speak about marking the 100 years since the Balfour Declaration. Admission £3 to be paid at the door. Refreshments included. Pre-booking essential by clicking here.

Why the British Initiated the Balfour Declaration

Wednesday 13 September at 8:15pm - Learn more

The Ben Gurion University Founation together with Edgware United invite you to gain an insight into why our Government supported the establishment of a home for the Jewish people. Admission £5. Click here to book.

Just How Bad is Antisemitism at British Universities

Tuesday 5 September at 8:00pm - Learn more

Baroness Ruth Deech DBE will chair the debate with Joel Salmon, Izzy Lenga and Josh Holt. Booking online essential. Admission £5 per adult/£3 for Registered Students. Refreshments Included.