Who We Are

50 Years Fulham Goog Neighbours (1966-2016)

Fulham Good Neighbours have been serving the community in Fulham for 50 years.

This page explains how we make a difference to the lives of the people we help. Older people often become lonely and isolated or find it difficult to live independently – our work helps people to overcome these issues.

Annual Reports

Learn more about our impact in the last few years

This page explains how we make a difference to the lives of the people we help. Older people often become lonely and isolated or find it difficult to live independently – our work helps people to overcome these issues.

Case Studies

Jane - one of our Volunteers

My name is Jane and I have been a volunteer with Fulham Good Neighbours for 5 years. I learnt about their work in the neighbourhood whilst chatting to someone when dog walking. Having at that time recently lost a dear neighbour, in whose care I was very involved. Suddenly I found myself with time to spare. My first involvement was linked with Mind and their ‘beating isolation’ project. I learnt a lot through the group sessions about how others also get involved and benefitted from hearing their feedback.

I enjoy befriending and visiting people in their homes to give companionship, do crosswords, paint and have tea together – but not all at once!

The Wednesday Lunch Club brings joy to an increasing number of elderly people from within the Borough offering a wide variety of entertainments. The crosswords, games and chatter are apparent in the decibel levels experienced, there are definitely no hushed tones there.

The best thing about volunteering with Fulham Good Neighbours is being part of a happy team, who are good at raising awareness and caring in everything they do. There are many stalwarts with years of experience to learn from.

There are so many different ways that one can make a difference to the lonely, housebound or infirm and I think it is a privilege to be useful and to be able to ease & brighten someone’s life outside of one’s own family and friends.

booklet 1966-2016

This booklet explains how we make a difference to the lives of the people we help. Older people often become lonely and isolated or find it difficult to live independently – our work helps people to overcome these issues.

 

Fulham Good Neighbours have been serving the community in Fulham for 50 years.  Please take a look at our 50th-anniversary booklet for more information.

 

fgns-50th-anniversary-booklet 1966-2016

Signed Accounts - 31-03-2016

Annual Report 2014-2015

Annual Report 2015 for Fulham Good Neighbours.

 

Annual Report 2014-2015

Annual Report 2013-2014

Annual Report 2014 for Fulham Good Neighbours.

 

Annual Report 2013-2014

Annual Report 2012-2013

Annual Report 2013 for Fulham Good Neighbours.

 

Fulham Good Neighbours annual report 2013

Case Studies - Jane

My name is Jane and I have been a volunteer with Fulham Good Neighbours for 5 years. I learnt about their work in the neighbourhood whilst chatting to someone when dog walking. Having at that time recently lost a dear neighbour, in whose care I was very involved. Suddenly I found myself with time to spare. My first involvement was linked with Mind and their ‘beating isolation’ project. I learnt a lot through the group sessions about how others also get involved and benefitted from hearing their feedback.

I enjoy befriending and visiting people in their homes to give companionship, do crosswords, paint and have tea together – but not all at once!

The Wednesday Lunch Club brings joy to an increasing number of elderly people from within the Borough offering a wide variety of entertainments. The crosswords, games and chatter are apparent in the decibel levels experienced, there are definitely no hushed tones there.

The best thing about volunteering with Fulham Good Neighbours is being part of a happy team, who are good at raising awareness and caring in everything they do. There are many stalwarts with years of experience to learn from.

There are so many different ways that one can make a difference to the lonely, housebound or infirm and I think it is a privilege to be useful and to be able to ease & brighten someone’s life outside of one’s own family and friends.

Case Studies - Jane (Volunteer)

My name is Jane and I have been a volunteer with Fulham Good Neighbours for 5 years. I learnt about their work in the neighbourhood whilst chatting to someone when dog walking. Having at that time recently lost a dear neighbour, in whose care I was very involved. Suddenly I found myself with time to spare. My first involvement was linked with Mind and their ‘beating isolation’ project. I learnt a lot through the group sessions about how others also get involved and benefitted from hearing their feedback.

I enjoy befriending and visiting people in their homes to give companionship, do crosswords, paint and have tea together – but not all at once!

The Wednesday Lunch Club brings joy to an increasing number of elderly people from within the Borough offering a wide variety of entertainments. The crosswords, games and chatter are apparent in the decibel levels experienced, there are definitely no hushed tones there.

The best thing about volunteering with Fulham Good Neighbours is being part of a happy team, who are good at raising awareness and caring in everything they do. There are many stalwarts with years of experience to learn from.

There are so many different ways that one can make a difference to the lonely, housebound or infirm and I think it is a privilege to be useful and to be able to ease & brighten someone’s life outside of one’s own family and friends.

Annual Report 2015-2016

Annual Report 2016 for Fulham Good Neighbours.

 

Fulham Good Neighbours annual report 2016

Annual Report 2016-2017

Annual Report 2017 for Fulham Good Neighbours.

 

Fulham Good Neighbours annual report 2017