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Our charities of the year

Find out about the fantastic chosen charities we’re supporting this the year and the brilliant work they do.

Who we are:

Bromley Children and Families Voluntary Sector Forum is a charity set up to help capacity build, co-design, co-produce and co-deliver projects in response to the many challenges Bromley is experiencing. We work with both charitable and statutory services across the whole of the London Borough of Bromley.  

Bromley is the largest London Borough with the second highest number of schools (135) per borough.

23% of Bromley’s population is under the age of 17of which 54% are eligible for Free School Meals.

53% of our population are women and girls.

16.5% of pupils in Bromley have SEND.

What we do:

We are a charitable organisation dedicated to supporting charities, voluntary groups, and associated members. Our collaborative approach provides various support packages, experiences, and opportunities.

We are Bromley’s approved provider of Holiday, Activity and Food (HAF) provisions for mainstream and SEND – ensuring we are beating holiday hunger and providing enriching opportunities.

Bromley Children and Families Voluntary Sector Forum
Bromley Children and Families Voluntary Sector Forum

Who we support:

  • Young Disabled People
  • Young People who are excluded from school or college
  • Young People at moments of key transition
  • Young People who are experiencing or have been impacted by domestic abuse
  • Young refugees and asylum-seekers
  • Young parents
  • Young carers
  • Children and Young People from low-income/living in poverty
  • Young People in the travelling community
  • Children and Young People with SEND
  • Charities in Bromley support children and families



How you can help:

We are a non-profit organisation that relies solely on donations and grants to enable us to continue to provide support to our members.

Send an email to and become a regular supporter. Every bit counts and our charity appreciates your generosity.


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