About The Good Neighbour Scheme for Mill Hill and Burnt Oak

 About US

Our charity exists to give neighbourly support to older, less mobile and isolated people in the Mill Hill and Burnt Oak areas of the London Borough of Barnet. At the core of the charity's operations - and we could not function without them - is a large team of local volunteers who help to deliver a variety of services.

This is a community-based charity that harnesses the skills and goodwill of volunteers (currently 69) to support vulnerable people in their community. We frequently get referrals from local hospitals, doctors, district nurses, the local social services and are often contacted by the families of elderly local residents asking for help. We run a range of weekly services through most of the year which aim to reduce isolation and enable our clients to remain in their local community.

THE GOOD NEIGHBOUR'S TEAM 

Co-ordinator - Cheryl Trott

Deputy Co-ordinator - Loraine Williams

Development Worker - Herakles Koumoullos

Burnt Oak Lunch Club Co-ordinator - Liz Sykes

Mill Hill Lunch Club Co-ordinator - Liz Sykes

 

 Annual Reports

You can download the following annual reports of the charity:

Annual Report 2017-18

Annual Report 2016-17

Annual Report 2015-16

Annual Report 2014-15

Annual Report 2012-13 

 

Our Supporters

We are supported financially by:

Barnet Council

Garfield Weston Foundation

The Beatrice Laing Trust

TSB in Burnt Oak

Waitrose in Mill Hill

Business Club of Hendon

Emeritus Club

Mill Hill Rotary

St Paul's Church, Mill Hill

Mill Hill School

Mill Hill Bowling Club

John Keble Church, Mill Hill

and by many small local organizations.