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Working to End Child Poverty In London

Join us in campaigning on key issues which affect the capital’s 600,000 children currently living in poverty.
If you have a personal or organisational interest in child poverty in London, join the 4in10 network (it's free!) to receive information on all our campaigns, events and resources.

4in10 is based at Children England.  With continued funding from Trust for Londonand new funding from City Bridge Trust.

4in10 Events 

Working with City Hall: Influencing and funding opportunities

Thursday 19 April, 9am-1pm. City Hall. 

Join us at City Hall to hear about how the London Assembly works for Londoners and how you can get involved in influencing the decision making process. Its free - and open to bookings now.

Communicating impact: How to show you are making a difference

Why is it useful to collect data and measure the outcomes of your work? How can small to medium sized charities record impact in a meaningful and efficient manner to engage funders and new audiences?

This free, half day training session will cover practical ways to measure outcomes, why it is useful to do so and look at best practice examples of ways to communicate how your work relates to poverty and demonstrate the difference you are making to the lives of those living in it.

Camden: Tuesday 24 April, 9.30 - 1pm

Resource for London 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA.

Tower Hamlets: Thursday 26 April, 9.30 - 1pm

Tower Hamlets Professional Development Centre, 229 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 6AB.

Young Parents in London: Living with Precariousness. 

Friday 27th April 10am - 2pm. Guildhall, Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HH

Join 4in10 and Partnership for Young London as we launch our report 'Young Parents in London: Living with Precariousness' More young parents in London live in poverty and social exclusion than their peers with children anywhere else in the country. The report explores why this may be, focusing on the challenges and opportunities London’s young parents face when entering the workplace and maintaining employment. 

Furhther details and booking.

Reports from our most recent events:

Tackling Housing for Health: Improving child and family health outcomes through local housing interventions 

This event was held on Tuesday 12th  December 2017  

Tackling Debt for Health: Improving child and family health outcomes through local debt interventions.

This event was held on Wednesday 27th  September 2017

Food for Health: Improving child health outcomes throuh local food interventions.

This event was held on 27th June 2017