Disabled People’s Contact

Deptford Methodist Mission Disabled People’s Contact (known as ‘Deptford Mission’ or ‘The DPC’) is a registered charity which aims to reduce isolation in elderly disabled people. It is based in the Deptford Methodist Mission building, and includes a Day Centre for elderly disabled people, a Monday evening club for adults with learning disabilities, and a charity shop that raises funds for our work. The object of the charity is to offer friendship, support and a sense of community to those who would otherwise be isolated by their personal circumstances. We aim to do this through meeting practical needs, but also by offering a place of welcome, concern and support to all who come along, be they members or volunteers!

Our Mission Statement

  • To be person-centred.
  • To enable the development of self esteem.
  • To facilitate the creation of healing relationships.
  • To meet the needs of disabled and elderly people, people with learning difficulties, and people who are looking to get back into work.
  • To nurture community, and through doing so to have an impact on the area in which we work.

Support us

Find out the different ways you can support the valuable work of Deptford Mission, either through volunteering or by making a donation.

Click here for information about attending our day centre, or contact us at:

020 8692 5599

Our supporters

Deptford Methodist Mission Disabled People’s Contact is proudly supported by The National Lottery Community Fund

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