Re-Unite South London won £1,000 in the Centre for Social Justice’s (CSJ) annual awards at a ceremony in central London in June.
CSJ Awards are given to outstanding organisations that are working on the poverty-fighting frontline in local communities around the UK. Cash prizes are awarded to charities, small voluntary groups and other local projects that display innovation and effectiveness in addressing the causes of poverty, turning lives around and reversing social breakdown.
Re-Unite South London was shortlisted from a total of 400 entries. In total, nineteen organisations were shortlisted with seven of these named as winners.