Westminster Befriend a Family

Goodbye, Hello

WBAF

Goodbye, Hello

WBAF says goodbye with a big Thank You to Bob Cornell, who has retired as CEO after five years, and hello to Catherine Mahony who picks up the reins. In…

April: Volunteer of the Month

Alejandra: I started volunteering as a Mentor for Westminster Befriend a Family in November 2016. I’d previously volunteered at a couple of nursing homes in the US and as an…

March: Volunteer of the Month

Vicky: I joined the charity’s Board of Trustees in May 2016. A friend asked me to consider applying, knowing how passionate I am about the wellbeing of women and children.…

Thank you National Lottery

Thanks very much to the National Lottery Community Fund for awarding Westminster Befriend a Family £8,600 to develop a new online Learning Portal. Helping Many More Families This is really…

Thank you Co-op Members

We at Westminster Befriend a Family would like to say a massive thank you to all those Co-op members who have chosen us as their charitable cause when shopping or…

January Volunteer of the Month: John

About John John works part-time as a Project Manager for a London-based financial service but started volunteering for Westminster Befriend a Family at the start of 2018 when he was…

Xmas Bash 2018

We would like to say a very big thank you to all the volunteers at Westminster Befriend a Family. This year you have pulled out all the stops to help…

Putting Children First

Westminster Befriend a Family is supporting the campaign to have a Cabinet Minister for Children and Young People. The Children First campaign asks for the Government to put children at…

Helping others can help you too

About Roopa Originally from India, 23-year-old Roopa completed a Master’s Degree in Development Studies at the London School of Economics before becoming our volunteer event organiser and fundraising intern. Why…