Island House is a registered charity and community project based in London’s East End, established by the United Reformed Church in 1972. As a well-respected community resource, we provide facilities and services for our partner tenants (Island Advice Centre, Island House Playgroup and Quaystone church), other user groups (e.g. Scouts and exercise classes) as well as running our own community projects, supporting hundreds of diverse residents in and around isle of Dogs, with over 300 people accessing Island House every week.
We have always aimed to deliver high quality facilities, services and projects for the promotion of the social, mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing of people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and faiths in the Isle of Dogs and wider Tower Hamlets community. We love making dynamic partnerships with a range of groups and organisations to tackle marginalisation and make a real difference in the lives of ordinary people (although we find most people to be extra-ordinary!).
We have many years’ experience of effective service delivery to a diverse range of users through an assortment of successful projects. Projects past and present include:
Isle of Dogs
London E14 3PG
T: 020 7531 0310
Charity # 1110519
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