Queen’s Crescent Community Association (QCCA) builds community in an area that remains in the bottom ten per cent of social deprivation in England, according to the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG)’s most recent Indices of Social Deprivation (2015).
It believes passionately in providing free and affordable services for all, as a way of fostering inclusivity and tolerance.
But it can’t do that alone, which is why outreach is one of the cornerstones of its work.
It builds relationships with the entire community, from the chief executive of Camden Council to the parents of children caught up in gang crime.
This year, QCCA is proud to celebrate its 20th anniversary at the heart of this challenging and wonderful part of London.