We’re here to support local projects that make Hammersmith & Fulham a great place to live!

The Hammersmith & Fulham Hive offers a creative way for the community to shape our borough through crowdfunded projects. From community gardens to community kitchens, pop-up markets to food waste projects, and festivals to art installations, if you have an idea that will make your local area better, create your project page today and start to make it a reality!

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Universal Credit supports you if you are on a low income or out of work. It includes a monthly payment to help with your living costs.

This site will help you understand what Universal Credit means for you. Universal Credit

If you want to go straight to making a claim for Universal Credit visit gov.uk/universal-credit

The British Business Bank’s Start Up Loans (SUL) programme today announces it has issued its 75,000th loan, marking more than £623 million invested in small businesses since its launch in 2012. Start Up Loans saw a significant rise in loans issued since the start of the pandemic in the UK, with July 2020 a record month for drawdowns since 2014. The SUL programme has lent money and provided mentoring support to aspiring business owners in every region of the United Kingdom. More information is available at: https://bit.ly/34ws475

Please also feel free to amplify our tweets about the loans for you region: South East London

Customer Logging toolkit:

If you are a business or organisation which has been advised to collect customer, staff and visitor details a customer logging toolkit is now available at: https://bit.ly/31rGfs8

As ever, please do share these trackable links through your networks. Any questions can be directed to our dedicated business enquiries mailbox (covid19-partnerships@cabinetoffice.gov.uk).

Standing Together is seeking to appoint a DATA Impact Analyst to support the work of our London Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) Team. You will have the ability to work collaboratively and effectively with all the partner agencies.

Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences are regular meetings where information is shared by a variety of key organisations both statutory and non-statutory on the highest risk domestic abuse cases in order to create safety/ action plans that help reduce and manage risk to victim/ survivors.

The successful applicant will have experience of data collection, analysis, interpretation of information and deliver robust presentation of Standing Together’s data through accurate report writing. You will be proficient in IT skills, Word, Excel and have a strong understanding of case recording data base systems. We are looking for a highly organised individual who is driven, analytical, proactive and able to work independently as well as in a team.

Standing Together is committed to ensuring our workforce is reflective of our diverse population and is therefore committed to increasing representation of staff of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds across all roles and at all levels. We strongly encourage applications from within BAME communities.

Salary: £26,000 (ILW) per annum (pro rata)     Part Time: 21 hours per week

Location: Initially this post will be home based due to the COVID19 pandemic but following this the post will be based in Standing Together offices in West London.

CLOSING DATE FOR COMPLETED APPLICATIONS: 9am on Monday, 14th September 2020

Interview Date: Monday 28th September 2020 (Interviews will be held via ZOOM, details will be sent if you are invited for interview)

To apply: Please download the application pack available on our website at www.standingtogether.org.uk

For any queries, email admin@standingtogther.org.uk or call 020 8748 5717



Salary: £28,000 per annuum

Hours: 35

Contract Length: Fixed term contract until March 2021 (with a possibility of extending dependent on funding)

We are a vibrant law centre co-located in Hammersmith Library. We have a strong reputation in providing people in need with legal advice and representation and give support and training to other community groups. We aim to help to overcome the obstacles faced by those most disadvantaged who need access to the legal system.

We have a 40-year history of providing an excellent service to the community. Our patron is Lady Hale, retired president of the Supreme Court, and our Director won the outstanding achievement award at the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards 2017

Purpose of the Role

We are recruiting a Women’s Crisis Navigator to provide holistic support, advice and assistance to women who are experiencing domestic abuse, the role will be supported by our specialist immigration, housing and child poverty teams.

We are looking for someone who is committed to improving the wellbeing and circumstances of women who have experienced domestic abuse. The Womens’ Crisis Navigator will be a self-motivated and organised individual who is enthusiastic about finding solutions for clients. They must be empathetic and patient to clients experiences and committed to working with people from a diverse background.

The role is only open to women, in accordance with the sex-based exemptions of the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1

To apply, please email HFLAW@hfaw.org.uk for an application form and job pack. Closing date 4th September 2020 at 5pm.

Interviews will take place week commencing 7th September 2020



Masbro Elders Online Session 25th August:



The H and F Arts Fest has leaped back into life with a pop up festival taking place next week.

As part of that, we are running a series of free online creative workshops for children and young people and their families. Some are in real time and some – those for children and their families – are on demand so that families can work through them in their own time.

We have some great artists involved including the Bush Theatre, Scariofunk dance collective and JKing, the acclaimed black artist.

Pop-up Festival Flyer

General Festival Flyer


The H&F Hive is an online crowdfunding platform which brings together local people and resources to make positive changes in their community. If you have a project idea for improving your local area, simply upload it to Spacehive, set your funding target and launch your fundraising campaign to bring your ideas to life!

Spacehive enables you to build visible local support for projects – the more pledges you can secure from the local community, the more likely you are to attract funding and support from local businesses, large corporations, charities and grant giving bodies. However, crowdfunding is about much more than just money. Running a Spacehive campaign is a great way to bring your community together to deliver projects that everyone can enjoy.

We are running a funding round with a deadline of 9th September by when you need to create your page, pitch to the fund(s) and submit your project for verification. To get started, create your project on Spacehive or share your idea via this short form and the team will be in touch soon. 

The Loss Project works across the UK and beyond connecting people in local communities through the universal experiences of grief, loss, death, dying or trauma.

We know that losses come in various forms; including the loss of independence, confidence, jobs, relationships and of course, of loved ones. We’re on a mission to reimagine traditional services, to challenge the status quo and to provide life affirming programmes that gives people the tools and confidence to support themselves and their communities.

Through creative community programmes, training, workshops and social action The Loss Project supports organisations and communities to become more open and connected.

We’re facilitators, connectors, and collaborators. We believe that a collective approach to these issues, can help to transform a better connected, and more resilient society.



The DHSC has this afternoon issued a press release announcing that the Health Secretary has agreed to ease certain restrictions in Leicester. As of tomorrow (19 August) nail bars, outdoor pools and beauty salons can reopen. The press release can be seen at: https://bit.ly/3hk6y8Y

On 17 August the Government announced that applications opened for the second stage of the Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS). Those eligible will receive a government grant worth up to £6,570. Further information is available at: https://bit.ly/3iOHmrI

Also on 17 August, the Government issued a press release noting that over 100,000 people have volunteered to take part in COVID-19 vaccine trials as part of efforts to discover a safe and effective vaccine. More information is available at: https://bit.ly/3aydKMi