Volunteer, mentor and donate at Regent’s Place
Regent’s Place is one of London’s most diverse communities and it’s our links to local people, charities, social enterprises and initiatives that contribute to an inspirational neighbourhood that’s striving to make a difference for everyone.
Whether you want to volunteer, mentor or donate in 2022 or just want to find out about different projects that Regent’s Place has supported recently, here are some of the ways we’re working together.
Things you can do to make a difference
Donate to our Giving Box
Head to Plaza and you’ll discover our contactless Giving Box. This is to help us raise money for Camden Giving, a local charity working to tackle inequality in the borough of Camden. Donations can be made by using the contactless machine within the box where you simply tap your bank card or phone to donate £5 or use the buttons to increase your donation to £10, £15 or £20. Your kind donations will help Camden Giving sustain their mission by supporting services that matter most to local people; everything from baby banks, winter night shelters and opportunities for young people.
Support the Regent’s Place Community Fund
The Regent’s Place Community Fund brings together customers, suppliers and community partners to make a real difference to the local area and help smaller community organisations. On our doorstop alone, the Regent’s Park Estate is one of England’s most deprived communities with 44.6% of local children living in poverty.
The RPCF focuses on three priority themes: social cohesion, employability and health and wellbeing. In the first four years, 16 Regent’s Place businesses donated nearly £200,000 in grants for 30 community projects across 15 local organisations. Over 2,600 people benefited in the first year alone.
If you are interested in finding out more about the fund and potentially getting involved, please contact the Regent’s Place Community Fund Manager at [email protected].
Volunteer with Career Ready
Regent’s Place charity partner Career Ready needs mentors to support local young people. Becoming a Career Ready mentor is a great opportunity to use your skills to transform young lives, enjoy a rewarding experience and make a lasting difference. The young people you support will develop the skills and confidence they need to kickstart their futures. Find out more about Volunteer with Career Ready.
Sign up to Connecting Futures
Connecting Futures is a corporate membership programme developed by the charity Coram’s Fields. Each member’s commitment will provide children and young people with safe spaces where they can build meaningful relationships and improve their wellbeing. Regent’s Place is helping young people to access employment opportunities but more companies are needed – to find out more please contact [email protected] or visit Coram's Fields website.
Projects we’ve supported in 2021
In October, we supported Visible Start – free digital media training for women aged 45 and over.
Black Men Who Brunch
Refugee Week awareness with Nemi Teas
NEMI Teas is a London-based tea company and social enterprise on a mission to empower refugees and defend our planet. We spoke to them about what we can all do to support change.
The Ramadan Tent Project
We spoke to Omar Salha, Founder and CEO of the Ramadan Tent Project to learn more about his organisation.
As part of our commitment to supporting local talent, we supported The AD-Cademy, an eight-week online learning course to boost employability and encourage young people into advertising.
Calling London’s Winter Coat Drive
Just Like Us documentary
Just Like Us is an LGBT+ charity whose mission is to empower young people to be role models championing LGBT+ equality at school and work. In 2021, we commissioned a documentary about the charity and their work.
Accelerate is a free out of school learning opportunity for Year 12 and 13 students from Camden, Hackney, Westminster, Ealing and Tower Hamlets interested in architecture and the built environment industries, run by Open City in collaboration with UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture.
Pride at Regent’s Place
British Land and Regent’s Place are proud sponsors of the charity Just Like Us, Albert Kennedy Trust, Freehold and Stonewall. We also work with local organisations forum+ and Mosaic Youth throughout the year. Pride saw us raising money and awareness for LGBT+ charity, Just Like Us; hosting the Santander Pride Quiz Fundraiser for the Albert Kennedy Trust and showcasing Loudest Whispers 2021, an exhibition of LGBT+ artists.