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Community Care Worldwide (CCW), previously known as Widow Care Worldwide was set up in 2006  to address a range of social issues associated with widows, vulnerable and isolated people, especially the elderly. Operating in the London Borough of Newham, we deliver fun, engaging and mentally stimulating weekly activities that allows vulnerable people to learn new IT skills,  socialise and come out of their comfort zones.

We help young people in the community by promoting self-education through our ‘reading’ projects. We use early intervention to stop at risk young people from getting into trouble. We do this through what is known as ‘targeted projects’. We provide general advice to young people and refer them to appropriate services in relation to their specific issue. We undertake a range of social activities including sports and day trips to facilitate mental growth.

We have provided services  in East London and Delta Nigeria. We have reached more than 550 families, including grandparents caring for orphans. We have carried out several projects in the community, including growing and cooking clubs, projects to promote healthier lifestyles and social events. We have a range of projects to come.

CCW has also supported the Hospital Discharge system by helping to settle elderly people who have recently been discharged from hospital. Referrals are taken from social workers, district nurses, physiotherapists, friends and neighbours.

We are managed by an elected Board of  Trustees comprising of four members and the founder who all volunteer their time to run the charity. Our management team are passionate professionals and are responsible for policy, strategy and financial control. In their professional lives, our management team’s careers range from nursing, law and pastoral care. Most Trustees are involved in the day to day work of our charity.

We are part of the Communities of Health group.

A Newham where vulnerable people live in supportive and inclusive communities, and their health and wellbeing is not being neglected. A Newham that breeds ambitious young people that take control of their lives and contribute to the community.

To inspire and empower vulnerable people by providing fun and learning activities  in an environment in which they feel safe and comfortable. To provide young people with the support that they need to create a positive future for themselves, their families and the community as a whole.

To identify the needs of vulnerable people (including the elderly and youths); provide advice and signpost to other service providers.

To advocate for vulnerable people’s (including the elderly and youths) rights and rehabilitation through self help projects.

To promote and create awareness of the plight of vulnerable people through seminars, workshops, conference/events.

To promote health and well being of  vulnerable people and engage in services that will create employment opportunities and reduce poverty.


While operating under Widow Care Worldwide, we achieved the following:
2012
Developed programmes of activities to promote independent living among the elderly funded by People’s Health Trust. Donations were also received by friends and relatives.

2011
Invited by the United Nation women London Branch, to highlight the needs of disadvantaged widows in Nigeria. Health and well being activities developed for the elderly and funded by the Big Lottery.

2010
Celebrated first International Widows’ Day as recognised by United Nation. Attended by a local government councillor and oldest widow at 103 years was presented with a gift. Healthy eating programme was developed for children supported by BBC Children in Need.

2009
Developed young widows’ project of outreach where individuals received information and skill development programmes supported by Newham Grass Root fund. Delivered workshop sessions with a group of young single mothers in South West London about the plight of widows in Nigeria.