About Providence Row | Providence Row

Last year more than 1,800 people used our services. 

Working with people to build skills and confidence is the key to success. We do this through our trainee schemes, language classes and employment support. The support we provide for mental health and addiction issues helps people to rejoin the community. We also help people to return to their home communities and families, in the UK and abroad.

Why we are needed

Supporting people affected by homelessness in East London.

Our mission and values

Compassion, respect, inclusiveness, empowerment and justice.

Our history as a Catholic charity

We were founded in 1860 by Father Daniel Gilbert and The Sisters of Mercy.

How we are governed

Our clients’ needs are at the centre of our services and decisions we make about how to run Providence Row.

Meet our Trustees

Out Trustees come from a range of different professional backgrounds and bring with them an array of skills and specialisms.

Our funders

We wouldn't be able to achieve all we do without the support of our funders.

Financial Information

Our annual reports and accounts.

Rise Bakery

Our social enterprise.

Our gardens

We have created a flowering oasis in the heart of the City.

Our awards and accreditations

Awards for service delivery, fundraising and partnership working.
Providence Row is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with company number 07452798 and registered charity number 1140192. Its registered office is at The Dellow Centre, 82 Wentworth Street, London, E1 7SA.
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