A family working together
Sergio and his children Ethan and Isabella all take pride in being Camden-based and play an active role in helping in any way possible. For Sergio, these activities have also helped during a difficult period as he faced unemployment for the first time in 30 years. “We are kept really busy, meeting once a week and chats on a WhatsApp group where we can exchange ideas and coordinate efforts,” he says.
Going forward, the aim is to involve more people and make everyone aware that Community Champions exist – that there is a place where each voice is heard and ensure no one is isolated within their own community.
Want to find out more about Community Champions?
If you’re a local resident or connected to Regent’s Park Estate and you’d like to connect your community, join the Community Champions. This is your opportunity to share your skills, knowledge of the area and make a difference!
You can also receive support and funding for social action and community projects via the Regent’s Park Estate Make It Happen Fund.
Contact Ellie Rudd (firstname.lastname@example.org / 07923849277) to find out more and how to join or visit Fiztrovia Youth in Action.
Opportunities are open to any locals aged 11+. The Cumberland Youth Club is open to 8-16 year olds for mini champions projects, activities and football team.