Social Projects – Cambridge House
When Cambridge House was founded in 1889 it had the aim of encouraging activists to live and work with their neighbours in one of London’s ‘slum neighbourhoods’. This ethos of collaboration remains at the centre’s core today and Nicholson are proud to provide support across a range of initiatives.
Poverty has a terrible impact on young people, restricting their freedom, education and aspirations. By creating pathways to education and employment, while showing them how to achieve their potential, young people can be empowered to fight for a better future for themselves.
Cambridge House’s mission is to place young people right at the heart of the decisions that affect their lives, to become community leaders, and make a positive difference in their environment.