Publications & reports

Winter Wellbeing 2016/17

Published April 2017

South London Cares' Winter Wellbeing project 2016/17 was the third such project we've delivered, and the biggest yet. The project helps older neighbours stay warm, active, healthy and connected during the most isolating time of year and has become a mainstay of community outreach. Download the report with the results, impact case studies and more.

Annual Report 2015/16

Published March 2017

We're really proud to present South London Cares' second Annual Report. Delivery figures in this report cover the period January 1 2016 to December 31 2016, whilst finance figures cover the accounting year September 1 2015 to August 31 2016 as submitted in our latest annual accounts. 

Evaluation: The full report

Published October, 2016

After nearly two years' work, South London Cares full length evaluation, funded by the Cabinet Office and Nesta through their Centre for Social Action Innovation Fund, and undertaken by the social researchers Renaisi, contains data, case studies and further information about the Cares Family model and the impact of our work on older and younger neighbours and their loneliness and wellbeing. 

Annual Report 2014/15

Published February 2016

This is South London Cares' very first Annual Report. The 28-page report covers the period from our opening in August 2014 to the end of December 2015, and the two financial periods within those 16 months.

Winter Wellbeing 2014/15

Published April 2015

Our 2014/2015 Winter Wellbeing project mobilised young people to help their older neighbours in Southwark and Lambeth to stay warm, active and connected during the most isolating time of the year. Read the full report about our first project of this kind within Southwark and Lambeth. This includes detail on why and how we did it, as well as some evaluation on how we can make an even bigger difference in future years.

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