Helping out our Communities

Community Work

More2Childcare is a Community Interest Company which means that we set aside a proportion of any profits to invest back into the community. In 2021 we won the prestigious Community Support Award at the Nursery World Awards. You can find out more about some of our other initiatives below:

Helping the Vulnerable

Find out how we worked with Neighbourly, Marks and Spencer and the Clockhouse Community Centre in Woolwich Dockyard during lockdown to help the most vulnerable in our community. Read more here

Unlocking Hunger

Unlocking Hunger In Lockdown tells the story of volunteers and community organisations in Woolwich, south east London coming together during the Covid-19 lockdown to make sure that local people in need don't go without food. Clockhouse Community Centre feature in the film at the five minute mark.

Funding Career Coaching

One of our chosen projects in 2019 was to fully fund a career coaching programme for parents across More2Nurseries. By using the link you can read some of the fantastic feedback about how the programme helped them.

Funding Counselling

More2Childcare has previously funded MumsAid (a fantastic charity that support mothers suffering from post natal depression) for 12 months and offered a place for their counselling team to work with mothers whilst our nursery provided care for their children in our creche. The service was delivered free to the community and was available to mothers at More2 first and foremost.

Providing Work Experience

As chair of the John Roan Parents Teacher Association and with four children at the school, Eve Daniels (Co-Owner) has worked on projects to benefit both More2Nurseries and John Roan.These include supporting with projects at the nursery for the completion of Duke of Edinburgh Awards and offering short and long-term work placements for health and social care NVQ six -formers.

In addition Kelly Salambasis (Co-Owner) sits on employer steering groups for both London South East Colleges and the University of Greenwich giving us access to students completing work placements and also looking for full-time jobs once they graduate.