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Our fundraising shop has books and artworks for sale

Visitors to our shop can make payments in person by debit or credit card using our “Pay Now” button.

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(PayPal charges us a fee of between 1.4% and 3.4% of the total sale plus 20p per transaction within the UK. As a charity we are allowed to trade for fundraising and we will not need to pay tax from trading.)

Or by bank transfer to:

Bank: HSBC Bank, 39 Tottenham Court Road, W1
Sort Code: 40-07-07
Account name: Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association
Account number: 61153498

Please include the payment reference “FNA” with your payment.

We are holding a silent auction from Wednesday 3 June to Friday 12 June at the Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Centre, 39 Tottenham Street, W1T 4RX. Exhibition of the art (like the splendid quilted hanging pictured below) and craft works will be on display between 6-8pm weekdays only and bids will be taken between those times. The auction will finish at 8pm Friday 12 June, payments on winning bids and distribution of items will happen the following week.

Textile of man with bird.

Man with bird. Textile made by women at Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Centre. Photograph by Sogand Bahram.

Since 1975 Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association (FNA) has been working with local residents and workers for a better environment, to relieve poverty and foster education and community in a little-known part of Central London north of Oxford Street.

Fitzrovia has always been a home and workplace to people from a diverse range of backgrounds. The FNA fosters good relations and links between them, while helping with the specific needs of each group.

Several important central London amenity groups started at the FNA: Central London Law Centre, Chinese Workers Association, the Bengali Workers Association. Many resident and community groups such as the Charlotte Street Association, Fitzrovia Play Association, Friends of Open Spaces in Fitzrovia have used the facilitates at the Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Centre.

While back in the 1970s the struggle was to keep residential accommodation in Fitzrovia and preserve its historic Georgian and Victorian buildings, now the problem is to fight for those residents and businesses who struggle to stay here in the face of skyrocketing rents. The richly diverse community here is under threat from the relentless development of luxury accommodation for part-time and transient owners; despite huge disparities in wealth the average income is still only £25,000.

Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association runs an accredited general advice service in English and several Asian languages, arts and health programmes for older people and women, and an acclaimed community newspaper run entirely by volunteers.

This year is Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association’s 40th anniversary, and we face severe challenges to fund our services and other community work. You can help enormously by giving as generously as you can!