Harvest Festival! The number of people that we are supporting continues to grow and the generosity of our community is more important than ever this year. Our supplies are gradually reducing and Harvest festival is a key point in the year to replenish our stock room so we wish to thank all of our supporters.
Here is a the 2020 Harvest Wish List: Click here
We have made the decision to offer takeaway meals from Monday 23rd March 2020. These will be served from the kitchen hatch. There will be a limited choice of meal, and hot drinks available. Subject to other donations, we will also give out fresh fruit and vegetables, sandwiches and other perishable items that we have been given. This service will continue for as long as we are able to offer it.
We are extremely grateful to all those individuals and organisations who have been providing us with donations, both in kind and financially. These are enabling us to continue our work with the homeless and those most vulnerable in our community.
Our facebook and twitter will have regular updates.
To mark World Homeless Day we bring you a very special story about a former Ace of Clubs client. Over the last two years, photojournalist James Hopkirk has been working with Mark, who we supported over a number of years and who is thankfully now doing really well.
James and Mark have published a very honest, unflinching and moving photo story that recounts some of Mark’s experiences of rough sleeping and addiction. It has given Mark a chance to have his voice heard, and we hope it will help to challenge some of the preconceptions people have of homelessness. Please do read and share it if you can.
The story is part of James’ ongoing South London Stories project. We’ve been working with James for several years now, and last year he held the first South London Stories exhibition here at Ace of Clubs. We look forward to continuing to work with him as he publishes more stories that highlight aspects of life in London that so many people simply never see.
Our Art Class returns on Tuesday 17th September for 6 weeks.
Please find the poster here
Ace of Clubs Leap into Employment
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Thames Reach and Lambeth Council to provide support for Non-UK nationals in Lambeth to help them into work and to gain new skills.
We are delighted to announce that we will have an accredited ESOL course starting at Ace of Clubs on Thursday 15th August.
Registration is on Thursday 8th August at 9.30am.
For further information, please contact Natalia firstname.lastname@example.org or Pamela Pamela.Estrella@thamesreach.org.uk
ESOL clases @ Ace of Clubs – SPANISH VERSION – July19
bike course 2019
bike course 2019 general
Starting on 11 June (Women’s course) and 13 June (open to all) we have two Introduction to Bicycle Maintenance Courses here at Ace of Clubs.
Please contact us if you would like to be enrolled on either of these courses.
ICT at Ace of Clubs
Starting on 7th June with an assessment morning, we are really pleased to be offering an Introduction to Computer Skills course run by Morley College.
If you or someone you know are interested in this course, please get in touch as soon as possible.
JOB CLUB AND INTERNET ACCESS
A reminder that this drop in session at Ace of Clubs runs every Thursday Morning from 10:30 – 12:00,
Do online job search, access your Universal Credit account, get help with writing your CV, find out about opportunities for training and volunteering.
For more information see Dena, or just come along on Thursday morning .