Our charitable work

Since its beginnings, Notting Hill Housing has worked to house people in need all across London. We’ve worked closely with residents, partners, funders and volunteers to give people a chance to improve their lives and those of others too.

Many people, such as young care leavers, street homeless, and those with mental and physical disabilities struggle to stay housed, so we run projects and schemes that support them to keep a roof over their heads, and live as independently as possible.This takes time and money, but we've seen how it can transform people’s lives.

Our history of helping people

Bruce Kenrick set up the Notting Hill Housing Trust in 1963 to offer poor families living in the slums of Notting Hill comfortable, decent homes. Volunteers and charitable donations bought and refurbished these first NHH houses.

As the population of London grew, so did the need for more housing. NHH grew into one of the largest housing associations in England, helping 70,000+ people move forward in life with housing, training and job opportunities. But we still remain true to our charitable roots, and we still rely on donations to support much of the work we do.

Read more about our history.

How you can help

You can help us by making a donation, helping us raise funds, or volunteering -- learn more here.

Do you live to run? You can run to help others live! We have places available in the next London Marathon on 26 April 2015, and warmly invite you to run on our team.

More information

Read more about our current charitable projects here. If you have any questions about the charitable fundraising we do, please email us at fundraising@nhhg.org.uk or call 020 8357 5333.

Notting Hill Housing is a charity incorporated as an Industrial & Provident Society limited by shares registered in England (16558R).