Get Involved

The Newington Green Alliance founding members are listed below. We welcome new organisations to join us and help to build a stronger, more inclusive, and more effective alliance. Member organisations commit to building connections throughout the community, reaching out to understand one another’s challenges, supporting the NGA financially as needs require and means allow, participating in assemblies and decisions, and working to make life better for themselves and their neighbours.

Although the NGA is built on the basis of institutions, we are also eager to involve individuals as well. Contact us to find out more!


Dissenters N16 

DissentersN16 is a non-profit making organisation devising all kinds of cultural activities for our local community, spearheaded by our community choir Chorus of Dissent, and professional orchestra The Elastic Band. We present concerts, exhibitions, events, fundraisers, and activities for children which are all inclusive and accessible.

IMECE Women’s Centre

IMECE Women’s Centre stands against all forms of violence against women and girls. We support and empower Turkish, Kurdish and Cypriot Turkish women and Black, Asian, minority ethnic, refugee (BAMER) and migrant women to improve the quality of their lives.

INDIVIDIO

Individio Ltd was formed in 1986 as a specialist, creative media consultancy and production company, bringing the standards and expectations of the business and commercial sector, to education, Youth and Social Issue production.

The Mildmay Club

Since its foundation in 1888 the Mildmay Club has been owned and run by its volunteer members with bars, dancing and sports in a family friendly atmosphere. 

Newington Green Primary School

Newington Green Primary School today is a vibrant and exciting place of learning, as it has been in times past.  We are building on the tradition of producing critical and influential thinkers who have shaped our world.

New Unity

New Unity is a non-religious church in North London, with a radically-inclusive congregation that "believes in good". We create space for personal growth, we run a wide range of life-affirming events and activities, and we work towards social justice. 

SCARY LITTLE GIRLS

Scary Little Girls is a feminist production hub with a passion for historically or culturally excluded stories usually told from one perspective only. We are committed to diversity and actively create jobs for women, cross-collaborating and skills sharing for the benefit of the artistic and wider community.

THE GARDEN CLASSROOM

TGC provides urban children and adults with transformative outdoor experiences devised to encourage active lifestyles, promote self-discovery, inspire growth and stimulate respect for nature.

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CREATIVE OPPORTUNITIES

Creative Opportunities facilitates and encourages creativity amongst young people in London. User-led projects empower diverse and talented young people to develop creative skills, freethinking, resilience, and confidence with support and guidance from industry professionals. Our social action programmes develop leadership and creative campaigning skills to make meaningful change.

PETS AGAINST LONELINESS

PAL is a volunteer-led community project in North London, whose purpose is to bring together older members of the community, who may feel isolated, with well-behaved dogs and their owners, for the purposes of joy, and the alleviation of loneliness for all.

GLAN16

GLAN16 is the official Green Lanes Association, allied with the Hackney Town Centre Regeneration Team and liaising with Islington Council, promoting the Green Lanes stretch of Stokey from Newington Green to Clissold Park. Green Lanes N16 straddles the border between Stoke Newington and Hackney, with Mildmay and Islington.

CLAUDIA JONES ORGANISATION

Claudia Jones Organisation was established in 1982. Primarily the organisation supports and empowers women and families of African Caribbean heritage.

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MAPPING FOR CHANGE

Mapping for Change works with groups and organisations who want to understand, improve and produce information about the places that matter to them.

UNITY ARTS LONDON

Unity Arts is was founded in 2009 by a collective of theatre and arts practitioners who came together to deliver high quality community  projects using arts disciplines and practices.