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Carney’s would like to formerly welcome Hannah Tulloch to the team!

Hannah joined Carney’s in June 2023 as Chief Operating Officer. Prior to this she was CEO of a community charity in East London for over 5 years. Hannah has over 15 years of charity experience in excluded communities in London, including as a youth worker, community worker and manager of a community café.


She has a first-class degree in Human Resource Management, a masters in Voluntary Sector Management from Bayes Business School (formerly Cass Business School) and a diploma in Charity Accounting from the ICAEW. Hannah has extensive experience in grant writing, charity finance, human resources and experience in trustee roles including the largest membership organisation for charities in Newham. She set up and managed several projects including Newham’s Trussell Trust foodbank, two 5 day a week youth provisions, children’s holiday schemes and an advice centre.


Hannah is passionate about tackling inequality and utilising her “behind the scenes” skills to enable front line workers to have the best impact. She is a believer in education and upskilling being the way to transform lives and was drawn to Carney’s approach of upskilling and employing former participants as coaches and mentors.

Big thanks to Wimbledon Foundation, who employed one of our participants on their ball distribution team and also gave us the opportunity to bring another participant down to watch the first day of the tournament, where they got the opportunity to see the overall winner, Carlos Alcarez, breeze through to the next round.
Fit-and-Fed is a programme ran at Carney’s designed to keep our young people healthy by ensuring all participants receive a nutritious meal after sessions. In recent months, the cost-of-living crisis has had a huge impact on our young people and their families. Therefore, we are asking for food donations such as rice, tinned produce, halal meat and pasta to help meet the increased demand during sessions. If you would like to donate, or  any further information, please contact our Lead Youth Worker Lizzie on: / 07879831513. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
We are very pleased to see Wandsworth Council now seeking the consultancy skills of young people with lived experience, and financially rewarding them for their expertise and experience with issues such as mental health services, youth justice, housing etc.  They have set up a team of paid youth inspectors and we are pleased to announce that two of our participants were interviewed and are now employed in these roles.
We had an amazing time at The Big Play Out, where our lead coach Giz and a number of volunteering participants spent all of last week at, delivering free boxing sessions and connecting with the community.
Carney’s are very proud of our Lead Key Worker Layla, for achieving a Masters in Youth and Community Work with JNC recognition!
Over the last couple of weeks Carney’s have been hosting an Eye Lash course, in partnership with AIM High and Gold Beautique. Helping 8 people qualify as eyelash extension technicians. Such an achievement, welldone all!
This year’s Make My Mark Awards had 19 entries from 4 different partner charities of this, only 10 awards could be granted. We were delighted to see that 3 of these awards were won by our participants; Jeremiah Faturoti, Amadou Sow and William Ofusu. Congratulations all, we look forward to seeing you Make Your Mark!

Would you be happy to volunteer as a personal development mentor to assist with creating structure to a routine, improving time keeping skills and building self confidence for one of our winners? If so, please contact

Over the summer holidays we will have our normal activities on, along with the following exciting trips for our participants to attend:

  • Go Ape
  • London Open Tour Bus Ride
  • Brazilian Ji-Jitsu
  • London Zoo
  • Cinema
  • Swimming
  • Week of the Warrior

If you would like more information please contact:

A huge thank you to Virginia for all of her hard work in organising the Carney’s Comedy Night fundraiser which raised a fantastic £16,000!
Carneys Community is beyond grateful for the generosity of supporters like you and The Childhood Trust, who pledged to match all donations, in helping us surpass our target for the campaign and raising £21,218.75. This funding is invaluable to us and will go a long way towards combatting the strain that soaring inflation rates have placed on our budgets and guaranteeing we can continue to provide a high-quality support service to young people, whilst keeping them engaged across the summer months.