We would not be where we are today without our incredibly supportive network of charitable trusts, companies, churches, community groups and individuals.

Charitable Trusts

The Albert Hunt Trust

29th May 1961 Charitable Trust

The Alchemy Founation

C H K Charities Limited

The City Bridge Trust

Coutts Charitable Trust

The Goldsmiths' Company

Help the Homeless

Hinchley Charitable Trust

The Jerusalem Trust

Lloyds Bank Foundation

Maurice & Hilda Laing Charitable Trust

The Nancy Kenyon Charitable Trust

The Peter Minet Trust

The Tudor Trust

The Westminster Experiment & Research in Evangelism Trust

The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation

Marantha Christian Trust

The Jospeh Rank Trust

W F Southall Trust

Chesterhill Charitable Trust

The David Pickford Charitable Foundation

The Souter Charitable Trust

The Marsh Christian Trust

Sir Jeremiah Colman Gift Trust

Basketmakers Charitable Trust

The Leathersellers' Company

The Leigh Trust

The Mercers' Company

Lambeth Community Fund

Childs Charitable Trust

The City & Metropolitan Welfare Charity

Thrale Almshouses and Relief in Need Charity

Peter Harrison Foundation


Mortlake with East Sheen Parish (Christ Church)

Holy Trinity Clapham

St Peter's Church Battersea

St Alban's Church, Streatham

St Mark's Church Battersea Rise

St Mildred's Lee

St Luke's Church Battersea

New Covenant Church, Streatham

Streatham Baptist Church

Balham Baptist Church

St Leonard's Church, Streatham

Trinity Road Chapel

St Dionis Church

Saint Cecilia Charity-School link

 Turring House, one of the school houses at Saint Cecilia's School, have picked us to be their charity! They will support us through different events in the year, competing against the other houses in the school along with their chosen charities. This is an exciting new oppurtunity for us, as we reach out and share with a wider audience who we are and what we do.

The Co-operative Group

A huge thank you to the Co-operative Group for giving a grant of £1,000 towards 'A New Future' programme, helping to equip men with the tools to recovery.


Daniel Chapman, Church Urban Fund

“Nehemiah is a fantastic combination of Christian compassion and professionalism – it is a great community response to tackling reoffending”

Julia Finlay, Clapham Family Oeseopath

Julia volunteered by coming in once a month giving free sessions to both staff and residents! She continues to support Nehemiah be offering free sessions to staff and residents at her clinic, Clapham Family Oesteopath. She has been an incredible blessing for us all, and we are so grateful!

Hennessy's Butchers in Clapham 

Thanks to Hennesy's butchers in Clapham who have supplied us with all sorts of goodies for different events, like BBQ meat in the summer and a turkey crown and sausages at Christmas! Such a treat.  

Nandos in Streatham

Thank you to Nandos for providing our residents with chicken twice a week from their kitchens!

Claud Butler at Tandem Group PLC

Thank you to Tandem Group PLC for providing our resident, Ben, with a brand new bike for his fundraiser cycle ride with Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on Sunday 10th August. 



Chuka Umunna, MP for Streatham

“I am truly grateful for the wonderful work that Nehemiah Project does in my constituency. Their dedicated, professional and hard working staff have helped some of my most vulnerable constituents to turn their lives around by finding new jobs and training, re-establishing themselves in the community and rekindling their relationships with their families.” 

Kevin McGrath - High Sheriff of London, 2014

"There is a real sense of warmth when entering the Nehemiah house. It is inspiring and humbling to see the residents facing up to their issues, supporting one another and living as a community. The staff create a positive, upbeat environment, and are challenging when they need to be. We must thank them for all that they do with the men."

Testimony from the Governor of HMP Kingston

"I find it nearly impossibly to reflect in words the life changing experience that The Nehemiah Project has brought to my prison but also the effect they have had of changing the lives of those men in my care.

I have asked for a lot from Nehemiah already and they have responded with the highest degree of professionalism and commitment, and together we are progressing along that unknown route, in a wonderful joint working partnership.

Our recent Open Day to celebrate the work of The Nehemiah Project, was described as ‘inspirational’, ‘wonderful’, ‘the rest of the prison service should be doing this’. This testimony was deserved; it has been the arrival of The Nehemiah Project to Kingston that has driven us forward.

Making a difference is not measurable; making a difference is experienced and shared. The Nehemiah Project has already made a difference here at Kingston. It is a real difference, and they have already inspired and changed lives. Their work goes far beyond statistical information on reducing reoffending – their work does exactly what it says - it rebuilds broken lives.

I cannot recommend The Nehemiah Project highly enough and I cannot recommend The Nehemiah Project highly enough and I will continue to support their positive and uniquely different approach."