Bringing hope where there is despair
The Whitechapel Mission signed up to the codes of practice of the Fundraising Regulator, and is accountable for our fundraising. We promise to always be honest, open and accountable in our fundraising, helping you to give with confidence. For more information, visit www.fundraisingregulator.org.uk.
The following Pledge of Accountability outlines the commitment of our Staff and Trustees to our supporters:
At The Whitechapel Mission, we rely upon our supporters to provide various resources we need to help the homeless, hungry and hurting of London. We are eternally grateful to those individuals who have acted on their desire to share their love for the needy by partnering financially in our work.
We are committed to:
On occasion, we receive more contributions for a given project than needed. When this happens, we use funds to meet a similar pressing need.
We make a promise that every penny donated to the Whitechapel Mission will be spent directly to help people who are homeless.
If for any reason you feel that our Board of Trustees and Administrative staff have mismanaged your contribution to our organization, please contact us for a refund equal to the total amount of your gift.
The Whitechapel Mission is a registered UK charity. Registrations with the Charity Commissioners is your assurance that an organization adheres to the highest standards of Governance and ethical financial practices.
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Jane ran away from home at 14 following years of physical and sexual abuse by her father and later by her step-father.
Now a regular visitor to the Womens Centre, she says "Knowing that there is someone there who cares, someone who accepts you the way you are and they are ready to listen. They care about me and they miss me if I don't turn up and that really makes me feel really special, well at least to someone."