The Crypt centre is now closed until further notice as per Government guidelines
In line with the new Tier 4 system that we are currently under in London our facility will be closed until further notice.
Staff members will still have access to their e-mails over this period and we will be monitoring the tiering system alongside the government guidelines.
Our services for supporting critical members of the public may still be going ahead so please do contact your organisers to confirm – However, walk-ins and our general services will not be available.
Check out some of our Case Studies below
Perry was referred over by the Kennington Job Centre through our relationship in the borough and him living so close to us. He came to us with clear ambitions and see how we assisted him swiftly to get him onto the working ladder.
Mariin came to InSpire as a 20 year old who had a passion in Music. She needed help as work was getting the best of her and she didn’t know what route to take for herself and enhance her skills. Find out how we assisted her
Temi was referred over from the parenting programme that is run in house at InSpire. Slightly overwhelmed by her circumstances, we had to sit down and find out what direction she wanted to go in.
Ways to Give
Fundraising is essential for our continued ability to meet the needs of the community. Could you do a bake sale, a sponsored ride, a fun run, a marathon or an event to raise funds for us?
Volunteering and community involvement has always been at the heart of InSpire’s work with many of our successes unlikely to have been possible without the generosity of those volunteering their time to support the work that we do.
Looking for a venue for an upcoming event? Our Grade I listed building has a room for every occasion, providing easy access and affordable rates. Click on the links below to see rooms
Earlier this summer the Prime Minister asked Danny Kruger – MP for Devizes in Wiltshire – to carry out a review of the charity and community sector which was submitted at the end
During the 12th – 20th September 2020, Livesey Exchange (LEX – a grassroots project initiated by Nicholas Okwulu to transform 60 garages into workshops, studios and multidisciplinary spaces) hosted an opening for London
Get involved with creating an exhibition of work exploring Life and living on the Aylesbury Estate entitled ‘As Here Becomes There’.