To make Kenton Hall the central hub for our Greater London Community where we can all meet on a regular basis for social, cultural and religious activities. The hall should be an attraction for all age groups where the community feels it’s ‘their hall’ and want to contribute towards the organising and running of their hall. Furthermore, to see a greater participation from our next generation of youths and to see them build on our success. Ultimately, our goal being to progress our community and services to the next level, purchase the freehold for Kenton Hall, pay off our financial debts and reinvest back into the community.
Currently due to a substantial commercial mortgage on the hall, plus the cost of running the hall, we have to hire out the hall at a price enough to meet our outgoings. It is our eventual aim, that once we have paid off our financial debts, we can offer our members a large subsidy for the hall hire. One of the big challenges we are currently facing is to better engage our youths, not only in participating in our functions and events but to also assist in the running of the hall, stepping forward to become committee members and in the future, taking leadership roles.
GAA London Safeguarding Policy
For the protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults. GAA London is fully committed to ensuring the protection and safeguarding of all children and vulnerable adults from harm and abuse, whether it is a function/activity held by GAAL, or anyone attending Kenton Hall. The aims of safeguarding arrangements are to prevent harm and reduce the risk of abuse or neglect to vulnerable persons wherever possible. The GAA London’s safeguarding policy is detailed within this document and all Trustees, staff, volunteers or anyone working on/or on behalf of GAA London must adhere to.
Join Our Membership
We want young and dynamic executive committee to run our organisation attracting more youths to participate in the events organised by GAA London.
Join Our Mailing List
Organise more activities for our seniors and form a regular meeting place at our hall especially for the ones who are living on their own. Form a youth-elder connection to visit and regularly communicate with our lone elders.
Promote Hindu Culture & Religion
Hold religious functions – Navratri, Bhajans, celebrate Diwali and Hindu new year.
Extend Our Network Outside Our Community
Make contacts and unite with all similar organisations in Greater London and United Kingdom in general to develop and promote good communication and good relations between persons of different ethnic groups. To help external charities both in UK and abroad by raising funds for their good causes.
Provide Help Within Our Community
Provide education classes, promote sports and encourage students by giving them bursaries.