Enfield Voluntary Action is known as EVA. We help people & groups access knowledge, skills & resources to make a difference in our Borough.
London Borough of Enfield has one of London's largest private rented sectors and the highest eviction rate in the capital by a wide margin, with 34 evictions per every 1,000 renting households (compared to 28 per 1,000 in the second highest borough: Brent). 31% of Enfield's workers do not earn a living wage, 9 percentage points higher than the London average. 24,200 households in Enfield have been affected by cuts to Council Tax Support – the average cut has been £290. Source | Trust for London
Homelessness can come about for many reasons - for example, relationship breakdown, redundancy, poor mental health, alcohol/substance addiction, domestic abuse. Source | Streets of London
Date | 26th November
Time | 10am -1pm
Venue | Community House, 311 Fore Street, N9 0PZ
Funding opportunities for homelessness projects
Workshop | How to write a good funding application.
Facilitated discussions |
Causes of homelessness.
What you can do to prevent people becoming homeless.
How your organisation can get support for your idea.
Connect Well Enfield
Free of charge. Funded by Enfield council