An award-winning arts charity, fighting inequality through creativity.
See Some Of Our Work
Our projects involve the entire community in making sense of local issues.

We use film to heal divisions, create new skills and strengthen bonds.
Cool To Be Kind
2016
A film about bullying and self-esteem amongst girls under 10. Produced in collaboration with Professor Rosalind George from Goldsmiths University London.
Butt Out
2006
A film produced by the pupils of Goldwyn Special Needs Secondary School, providing a creative outlet, and a personal perspective, from SEN children.
Chapolino
2014
A comedy film in the tradition of Charlie Chaplin, produced as a collaboration between the Aylesbury Estate Latin American community and police from Carter Street Police Station.
The Mustard Seed
2018
A film focussing on the faith and sexuality of a 15 year-old boy raised in Peckham.
Working in Wandsworth
2015
A film providing an overview of the services that Wandsworth local authority provides for disadvantaged residents.
Newnham: Going For Gold
2010
A film made by the residents of Newnham in London, exploring how the upcoming 2012 Olympics would affect their community, for better or worse.

Our work has won accolades and support from a wide range of partners.
Career Initiative (Shortlisted): City Wealth Power Women Award 2020 Inspirational Woman of the Year (Silver): City Wealth Power Woman Award 2019 Dale Carnegie School of Presentation Sponsorship 2018 Best Volunteer Contribution, Arts in Southwark The Guardian Small Charities Award 2014 (Shortlisted) Best Volunteer in the Borough of Islington 2012 Sheffield Doc Fest (Shortlisted) 2010 Nesta Best Graduate Creative Business Idea (Shortlisted) 2008
Meet Us
We are a diverse team of volunteers, artists, experts and advisors.
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Laverne is an educator and arts facilitator, who was named CityWealth Inspirational Woman of the Year and won the 2009 Guardian Small Charities Award for her work with MCN.
Laverne Hunt
Founder
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Anthony Goodman is Professor of Criminology at Middlesex University.
Prof. Anthony Goodman
Advisor
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Ray Domingo is an artist, musician and DJ who frequently collaborates with MCN on projects around the country.
Ray Domingo
Artist
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Clara Boerkamp is Finance Director at ICE, and also serves as treasurer for HealthWatch Islington.
Clara Boerkamp
Treasurer
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Jeff Tavernier practises as a lawyer in London.
Jeff Tavernier
Secretary
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Rosalyn George is Professor of Education and Equality at Goldsmiths College, London.
Prof. Rosalyn George
Advisor
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Sarra Pond is a counsellor and psychotherapist for young people and children, as well as serving as a CEO of several children's homes in the UK.
Sarra Pond
Advisor
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Leroy Rosenior is a former professional footballer and experienced football coach, also working across charitable causes including combatting racism and promoting social reform.
Leroy Rosenior
Patron
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Trevor Moore practises as a lawyer and consultant in London.
Trevor Moore
Advisor
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Helen Lederer is a comedienne, writer and actress, who has served as patron of MCN since its early days.
Helen Lederer
Patron
How You Can Help
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There are lots of ways to get involved.
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Contact us about funding our work, collaborating on a project, or simply to find out more about MCN's mission.

Email: info@mcnltd.org Telephone: +44 7947 817 733 Telephone: 0207 993 5003 Post: 25 Moorgate, London EX2R 6AY Twitter: @mcnltd_org Instagram: @lavernehunt_
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We are always looking for partners who can give their time to help us deliver our work. From teachers to academics, artists to technicians, community leaders to doctors, it takes all sorts of expertise to transform communities.

To find out how your experience and skills could help us, send us an email.

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