The London Bridge City team has cultivated a vibrant home that connects like-minded people seeking adventure, creativity, entertainment and relaxation. With a strong community spirit demonstrated in much charitable work, London Bridge City is a stylish, yet warm, London hub that understands what makes people tick.

With a community spirit that is highlighted in the charitable work – annually supporting many charities through fundraising events and activities – London Bridge City has a firm belief in enriching its iconic London neighbourhood by supporting local community groups and charities. It proudly hosts many free events in this iconic venue that attracts big businesses, the movers and shakers on our estate and visitors from all over the capital and the world. In addition to working closely with Southwark Council, London Bridge City also has a strong partnership with Team London Bridge to provide the community with the very best offerings.

London Bridge City has a dedicated team driven by a shared ethos to ‘give back’ to its riverside London district and offer charities free use of the space, as well as supporting events via the London Bridge City social media channels and newsletters. This ethos stems from a core business value and CSR initiatives that creates and enhances the quality of life for all who share the iconic London neighbourhood.

London Bridge City is proudly supporting The Mayor's fund for London as our chosen charity for the year.

The Mayor’s Fund for London is a social mobility charity.

We empower young Londoners from disadvantaged backgrounds to acquire the skills and opportunities they need to secure employment, climb the career ladder and escape the threat of poverty. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is our patron. Our charitable activities focus on wellbeing, skills, employment and enterprise.

If you are growing up in a family struck by poverty, the school holidays can be a difficult time. With no free school meals or teacher support, hunger and social isolation are a reality for many young Londoners.

Our programme Kitchen Social works with local grass root community organisations to create an environment where children and young people can feel comfortable to play, explore new ideas, make new friends, and get a good balanced free meal during the holidays. The programme is underpinned by a campaign to help raise money for delivery of the project, demonstrate impact and build a case for statutory responsibility.

We are thrilled to be supporting the Mayor’s Fund for London’s campaign, Kitchen Social, as the annual charity for London Bridge City. It is a great opportunity to work with a charity within our community and who is committed to improving the life chances of young Londoners from disadvantaged backgrounds. Together, we will be hosting some exiting activities for everyone to enjoy.

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