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

Over the next 5 years, City Bridge Trust – the City of London Corporation’s charity funder – will help Merton CIL to increase independence and inclusion for the local Deaf and Disabled community in Merton after awarding the organisation £247,300 to continue delivering and developing an accredited, person centred and accessible home visiting advice and advocacy service.

Merton CIL’s board of trustees decided to move to a new and innovative management structure, where the four members of our skilled senior management team now co-manage the organisation. The co-management structure that we opted for instead of hiring a CEO allows us to provide interesting and varied routes into leadership work and skills building for Deaf and Disabled people and individuals with lived experiences of issues faced by our Deaf and Disabled service users. 


We are seeking a committed and organised individual to join our team as an Office Administrator. You will be joining our team to provide administrative support to the organisation, as well as board of trustees. This role is key to ensuring that the organisation runs smoothly and that we achieve our aims. Deadline for applications is 9am on 10th May 2021. 

We are Funded By:

CBT Logo Big Lotto Logo The Henry Smith Logo  Trust for London Logo MOPAC LogoThe London Community Foundation Logo Merton Giving Logo  Wimbledon Foundation Logo Edward Gostling Foundation Logo

Wimbledon District Nurses and Midwifery Benevolent Society (Established 1887)