We’d appreciate it if you could help us reach all parts of the community, especially the hard-to-reach people who either do not use Email, Internet or modern technology, either for fear or inexperience or those who only mix within closed circles.
We need support to create an effective community volunteer force, to work for the good of us all. We want to support local communities to help reject attempts to scam and defraud them. Helping people to talk to each other to create functioning communities and create better societies with less crime. We regularly create campaigns to help local communities and support the campaigns of the National Neighbourhood Watch Network.
You may use the paypal button or this QR code to connect to our Paypal donation page or
send a cheque to Tower Hamlets Neighbourhood Watch Association, c/o The Glasshouse, 161 Old Ford Road, London E2 9QB.
Become a named sponsor.
- Donate £250,– and get your name mentioned on our website
- Donate £500,– and get your name also mentioned on our leaflets.
Please donate at least the relatively small sum of £5. Previously the Met Police local officers SNT from Safer Neighbourhood Teams would assess and recruit Neighbourhood Watch coordinators. Now we recruit the Neighbourhood Watch coordinators. Our volunteers register with Ourwatch and we support the local co-ordinators to support local communities.
We actively lobby organisations to change their methods to improve results for community policing and two-way communications between police and residents.
We negotiate with PCC, MOPAC, Safer Neighbourhood Board and the local Council, the Home Office and the National Neighbourhood Watch Network Ourwatch. We constantly monitor the market for new security methods to increase people’s safety.
The AGM of Ourwatch last year was attended by the Minister of State for Crime Kit Malthouse.
The money you donate will go 100% to charitable purposes. Charity registration no 1194477.
If you hold a sponsorship event, please use our multiple donation forms and record your collections.