Bede House is a leading Southwark charity helping those affected by domestic abuse (our Starfish Project), adults with learning disabilities and local young people.

Youth Project
Learning Difficulties Project
Starfish Project
Community Engagement Project


LISTEN TO THE BEDE CHOIR'S INSPIRATIONAL SONG 'STRONGER'

During the coronavirus lockdown, Strictly Come Dancing star Hayley Sanderson has created a Bede Choir of survivors of domestic abuse. Working with music professionals, they and Hayley have recorded their version of Britney Spears' inspirational song 'Stronger' and released it nationally. The song aims to raise awareness of the help that's available for those in abusive relationships, and to raise funds for Bede and Women's Aid's work in London and across the country: Bede Choir 'Stronger'.


**OUR SERVICES HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY THE CORONAVIRUS. PLEASE READ 'HERE' FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.**

We’re inspired by the strength and resilience of our community. For over 80 years, we have supported the Southwark residents who need us most.

Our programmes serve more than 2,000 people every year. We’re proud to run four different programmes that reflect our community’s needs. Right now, we’re providing support to adults with learning disabilities, victims of domestic violence (our Bede Starfish Domestic Abuse Project), and young people aged 8-19. We are also helping local self-help groups organise activities to make their communities better.

Bede House relies on the generosity of individuals, corporate donors and grants: people and organisations who believe in the potential of Southwark.

We welcome anyone who wants to contribute to our community.




Registered Charity No. 303199 Registered Company No. 420386

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