Craftivism and Chat Jan 2020
We work towards promoting Independence and Inclusion
Members and Supporters at Sponsored Walk in 2015
Together we can achieve change locally
Members, Volunteers and service users at Craftivism & Chat
We challenge discrimination
Caseworker Pippa and members at Craftivism and Chat making Christmas Wreathes
Our board of Trustees
We support our members to speak up about access issues in Merton
We work with DDPOs across London to increase disability hate crime support and raise awareness

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Merton CIL News

Merton CIL will close for the holiday season on Thursday 24th Dec 2020 at 3pm. We will reopen on Monday 4th Jan 2021 from 9am. While we are closed you can still contact us via email or leave us a voice mail if you need support and we will get back to you when we open. If it is urgent please try and contact one of the organisations who are proving support over the holiday season mentioned below. 

Help us raise money this holiday season to keep our important work going in 2021 and be in with the chance of winning a hamper with over 20 goodies inside. You can enter the raffle in two ways: 1. Donate £5 here - or 2. Complete our (short) annual survey and leave your contact details here -

Welcome to the 25th edition of our CIL Matters Newsletter. This is the first CIL Matters newsletter presented by the Senior Management Team (SMT) of Merton CIL – Charlet, David, Stuart & Michael. We are honoured and excited to be co-managing the organisation. You can read about our new management structure and what we have been up to over the past year in our newsletter, where we provide an update of what happened at our annual general meeting, share our new impact report and more.

We are Funded By:

Big Lotto LogoThe Henry Smith Logo Trust for London LogoThe London Community Foundation Logo Merton Giving Logo National Lotto Emergency Fund Edward Gostling Foundation Logo

Wimbledon District Nurses and Midwifery Benevolent Society (Established 1887)