Free meeting space launched for charities

A free space for charities to use in central London has been launched by social enterprise management consultancy PPL.

The Hub, based in Southwark, is being launched as part of PPL’s mission to encourage conversations, and take practical action to tackle social challenges faced by people in the UK. The 120 square metres of open office and meeting space is free of charge for charities and not-for-profits to use for meetings, presentations, and co-working with colleagues.

PPL joint chief executive Claire Kennedy, said: “We are really excited to introduce this free space to central London as part of our mission to connect organisations and individuals doing work that really matters. This is an initiative to channel the power of in-person creativity and collaboration to get the best out of the important work being done by charities and not-for-profits across the UK.”

Diabetes UK, Women’s Health Advocacy Network, the Fragile X Society, and Read Easy Southwark are all examples of organisations that have used The PPL Hub for free.

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