Westminster Befriend a Family

January: Volunteer of the Month

WBAF

January: Volunteer of the Month

Vivan is a full-time Masters student who recently joined WBAF to help raise vital funds. Have you volunteered before? Yes, I used to mentor a child in the third grade.…

New to the Board

Kat Lee is the newest member of our Board of Trustees who took up the post in October. Not only is she a new Trustee but she will soon take…

Charity on TV promoting befriending

In case you missed it, Noreen Sumra, our Chair of the Board of Trustees, appeared on London Live TV (Freeview channel 8) talking about the befriending work of the charity and…

Brilliant New Film About Why We Befriend

To celebrate National Befriending Week (1-7 November) we’ve launched our brilliant new promotional film called the Heart of the City. It was produced with the kind support of Happen Digital…

Mothers’ Coffee Mornings Are Back!

After a hiatus of almost a year, we have successfully relaunched the Mother’s Support Group. Better known as the “Mothers Tea and Coffee Mornings” the group offers mothers in the…

WBAF Welcomes Denise

WBAF is pleased to introduce Denise Ward as the charity's newest member of staff. Denise is a fully qualified social worker with 24 years of experience who will be helping…

Launch of ‘Uncover Westminster’

Birthdays are the best, especially when you have all your friends and supporters around to celebrate with you – as Westminster Befriend a Family did for our 30th Anniversary on…

All About Sarah

“I found out about Westminster Befriend a Family when me and my children were escaping domestic abuse. I was very isolated and my mind was still in chains. “Originally from…

Isabella’s Story

“I found out about Westminster Befriend a Family when I was at the Cardinal Hume Centre. (Based in south Westminster, the Centre works with homeless young people, badly housed families…