On Friday 2nd June, Rathbone was represented by Shaun Jones at JP Morgan’s Force for Good 2016 Project Showcase Event in London. Over 100 JP Morgan technologists attended the prestigious event to hear all about the solutions that the Force for Good (FFG) participants were able to create for their NGO partners, including Rathbone, over […]
We are holding an open event on Wed 21st June as part of Learning Disability Week 2017.
For many reasons and for many people, in the UK and around the world, 2016 turned out to be a very difficult and troubling year – but thankfully it wasn’t all bad news. Welcome to our Winter Newsletter celebrating some of the good things that Rathbone’s staff, volunteers and service users were involved in this […]
On December 3rd Friends and families came from far and wide to cheer on the dancers of Bite Back, Made2Dance and B Diverse at Diverse Dance’s Annual Showcase for 2016 at Theatre SW4 in Clapham. Some favourite pieces had been seen before and some were brand new, but they were all performed with skill and enthusiasm. Many […]
On Saturday 15th October, after a long and gruelling 11 (yes, eleven) hours we made the finish line in Brighton. After setting off from The Old Library in West Norwood at 5am we had 12 miles of hills to tackle, over 15 miles of muddy and stony parks, 5 miles of the fast and furious A23 […]
At Rathbone we value our volunteers. Over the course of Volunteer’s Week 2016 we have taken the opportunity to say Thank You and show our appreciation. You can read more about it more here.
Rathbone’s fundraising officer and Diverse Dance choreographer Andrea Swainson is taking a short break from her work here to take her talents off to Ghana for three weeks on an educational dance programme. You can read more about her exciting adventures in the Awareness Through Dance project blog and on their Facebook page. It looks like Andrea is […]
Rathbone’s long and bountiful partnership with Diverse Dance Studios bears yet more fruit this year with a wonderful showcase of their work and talent at Lost Theatre on Saturday 28th November.
Rathbone Learning is a new project being developed at The Old Library in West Norwood. We believe that quality training can be made more affordable locally. With a fantastic resource in The Old Library we are developing a social training enterprise called Rathbone Learning. Rathbone Learning is inviting Lambeth charities and organisations to tell us […]
Over the Summer the young people at Rathbone worked on a new project idea called 50/50. The aim was to engage 50 boys and 50 girls in various skills workshops to benefit themselves and our local community. On September 24th 5 of the young people presented this idea to 5 esteemed judges from the Mayor’s Fund at City Hall to […]