Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham

Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham

Charity information

Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham

Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham work to provide high quality play to complex needs and deprived children and young people throughout West London.

Founded 2005

  • Mission statement

    Play Association Hammersmith & Fulham believes every child has the right to access high quality play opportunities and a range of recreational activities that meet their needs.

    Play is an essential part of the development, welfare and education of children. PAHF is committed to promoting the best possible play experience wherever it occurs: on the streets, in playschemes, after school clubs, adventure playgrounds, parks, housing estates, in leisure facilities, in homes, schools and hospitals.

    PAHF will work to:

    * Deliver and further develop quality play provision for children and young people with a variety of complex needs for those living in Hammersmith and Fulham and neighbouring boroughs
    * Create and support play and recreational opportunities that are stimulating, challenging, offer a range of play choices and are child-centred
    * Campaign within local government to gain political support for play opportunities benefiting children
    * Play its full part in protecting children from injury, bullying and abuse
    * Ensure that no children are denied access to play because of disability, health problems, or belonging to new communities.

    To achieve these aims, PAHF will seek to work in partnership with play service providers, local communities, Hammersmith and Fulham Council and with other agencies - to secure new and diverse forms of funding, and to preserve current funding and resources for children's play in Hammersmith and Fuham and beyond.

  • Aims

    Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham aims to:

    • Continue to deliver and further develop quality play provision for children and young people with a variety of complex needs for those living in Hammersmith and Fulham and neighbouring boroughs
    • Create and support play and recreational opportunities that are stimulating, challenging, offer a range of play choices and are child-centred
    • Campaign within local government to gain political support for play opportunities benefiting Hammersmith and Fulham’s children
    • Play its full part in protecting children from injury, bullying and abuse
    • Ensure that no children are denied access to play because of disability, health problems, or belonging to new communities.
  • Overview

    Established: January 2005

    Registered Charity Number: 1108948

    Board members: 8

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 81

    Volunteers: 9

    Phone number: 02077363699

    Address: Parsons Green Club, Broomhouse Lane, London SW6 3DP

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