RPLC - SUPPORTING RICHMOND
What we do
We distribute revenue income through grants to organisations and charities and small grants to those in extreme need. We also provide an education support programme and offer charitable housing at a number of properties to people living or working in Richmond. The waiting lists are closed. Please note that new tenancies are rare. If you live in our Benefit Area (TW9, TW10, SW13, SW14) and wish to apply for housing (when the lists are open) please use go to the Property section of the website.
Income is generated though the endowment fund investments managed by Sarasin & Partners, with rental income from letting office suites at Vestry House, Workshops at Dickson House and 84 residential units. Hiring out the Vestry Hall also generates funds.
Where We Help
Our Benefit Area covers Richmond, Ham, Sheen, Mortlake and Barnes (the TW9, TW10, SW14 and SW13 postcode areas).
Data Protection & Safeguarding
New regulations requires us to seek your active consent to retain personal data on our in-house manual or electronic filing systems. Please use the following link to complete a brief online form: Data Protection Consent. Please follow this link for RPLC's Safeguarding Policy
BBC interviews My Life Films about
its inspirational work with dementia sufferers and their families
BBC world news interviews Jorg Roth from My Life Films and Syliva, 92, and her fiance, Dennis, who are both living with dementia: https://vimeo.com/246414523
Richmond Young Carers and The Honeypot Children's Charity
RPLC are proud to support
Richmond Young Carers and
The Honeypot Children's Charity
'On the Edge' Report launched
0ver 100 people representing more than 60 organisations attended the launch of the 'On the Edge' report into the needs of vulnerable people in Richmond and the organisations that support them. The principal reseacher Caroline Masundire from Rocket Science gave a presentation.
£242,380 of grants awarded
at RPLC's latest Grants Meeting, helping to support 24 local charities and organisations