Zone sweet home: London charity wins national award for improving educational opportunities

The London Post published an article on West London Zone winning the Centre for Social Justice Education Award.

Every year, the CSJ celebrates grassroots charities that have done outstanding work in five different categories - the Addiction Award, the Family Award, the Work Award, the Criminal Justice Award, and the Education award.

Louisa Mitchell, Chief Executive of West London Zone, said:

“We are thrilled to be recognised by CSJ in their 2019 awards, especially as a new organisation.

“We are trying to break inequality in our community, by supporting one child at a time, in a personalised, long-term way in collaboration with schools and a group of other local charities.

“We have seen positive impact already and I am encouraged that the CSJ and others see the potential of this new approach to change the way children are supported in this country.”

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