North Kensington charity The ClementJames Centre has been named by the Charity Times ‘Charity of the Year 2014’ with an income of less than £1million. The charity empowers the community to realise its potential through education and employment support in one of London’s most deprived areas, supporting 2000 children and adults each year.
The national Charity Times Awards are a prestigious annual honour which recognises leadership and professionalism in the charity sector. The ClementJames Centre was praised by the jury for being “work-focused, innovative and highly impactful”. Clare Richards, the charity’s CEO, says: “I am so delighted that the work of The ClementJames Centre and my talented colleagues has achieved this national recognition. This is an exciting time for the charity, as we expand our education and employment programmes to support 3000 local families each year.”
In another award success The ClementJames Centre’s sister charity IntoUniversity were highly commended in the category for ‘Charity of the Year’ with an income of £1million – £5million. To find out more about the charity’s work visit clementjames