ABOUT

What we do

The Feltham Community Development Association (FCDA) works with residents, local authorities, and voluntary organisations in a common effort to support the needs of disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young people in the local community.

Although children and young people are our priority, we also work with other organisations to support priority needs for adults. We encourage interaction and reduce social and economic disparities in the community within the Feltham West ward.

Our strategic objectives are:

  • To secure funding for the sustainable running of the charity
  • To engage in the development of activities that address priority needs for children and young people in the community
  • To ensure we deliver all our activities and goals in a sustainable manner, with robust tracking and monitoring to demonstrate the impact of the charity
  • To engage with residents, stakeholders and appropriate delivery partners to address priority needs in the area

You can access a copy of our latest annual report (2016-17) HERE.

Community Centre

We operate a vibrant community centre in the heart of Feltham. Managed by our trustees and volunteers, the centre is open to all to take part in our programme of group activities and support programmes.

For detailed information on activities and timetables please go to our activities page.

The centre is also equipped with modern meeting rooms and offices for hire. Any profit secured through hire and other activities is reinvested back into the work of the charity.

Trustees

The FCDA Trustee Board is responsible for establishing the purposes of the charity, safeguarding its ethos and values. You can approach any of us through the Get in touch page.

Susie John

Susie John

Trustee

Joy Sturgess

Joy Sturgess

Trustee

Joy lived in Bedfont for five years and has always been involved in the community where she lives.

She is a self-employed mosaic artist who previously worked in a community mosaic studio in central London.

Her ethos is to provide local people with high quality training so they can produce high quality artworks to enhance local public space.

Her background is in administration, fundraising, governance and people mentoring, as well as mosaic art.

Mike Foston

Mike Foston

Trustee