Launching Tuesday 7 September at the K+K George, 1-15 Templeton Place.

This Autumn is going to be hard for very many RBKC residents who will face unemployment, hardship, and potential homelessness due to the longer-term consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The ongoing economic impact of COVID-19 will leave 15,000+ Kensington & Chelsea residents at a sudden loss of income. Many of these residents will have had no experience with connecting with council services or support resources and a lack of knowledge may prevent them from seeking assistance.

The Mutual Aid Platform Lunches aims to provide a relaxed, comfortable space for residents to met and talk and be signposed to the advice and support that these residents might need in this challenging time.