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Fulham Good Neighbours

Vision Statement 

To create an inclusive community where neighbours look out and care for each other. 

 

Mission Statement 

We enrich the lives of older and disabled residents of Fulham by providing practical help and creating opportunities to: 

Contribute to society 

Connect with others  

Live life to the fullest. 

Our Values  

Trustworthiness

Being Welcome and Inclusive

Proactivity and Flexibility

 

Founded in 1966, Fulham Good Neighbour Service has its roots in the Fulham District Nursing Association.

 

The founding date of the Fulham District Nursing Association is recorded as either October 1919 or April 1920. It was created with funds from the Fulham War Memorial Trust Fund, established in the wake of WWI. The Mayor of the Metropolitan Borough of Fulham at that time wanted to raise £20,000 for a memorial to the fallen and the construction of a memorial hospital. However, the required sum was not raised and the War Memorial now located in Vicarage Gardens, Putney Bridge Approach was constructed instead. The balance of the funds raised was to be used to maintain the Memorial and some to set up and fund the Fulham District Nursing Association.  

 

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