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The Hoxton Cafe Project: Following the fault lines of community, welfare and perception

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Kate Bradley, University of Kent VAHS Seminar, 24 October 2011 The Hoxton Cafe Project operated in Hoxton in London’s East End between 1962 and 1970.  It was a detached youth work project, the purpose of which was to reach out … Continue reading

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Money, Money, Money

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Sarah Flew, Open University VAHS Seminar, 10 October 2011 Two Tier Philanthropy: The Philanthropists who Funded the Bishop of London’s Fund and the Work that Fund Financed, 1863-1914 Money is the life blood of any organisation. Despite this, there is a certain … Continue reading

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Open House London: A Voluntary Action History Tour

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Georgina Brewis, Institute of Education London has a great variety of places and spaces of interest to the historian of charity. Every September, Open House opens the doors of over 700 buildings of all kinds across the capital opened to … Continue reading

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