The Koppel Project is a cultural centre focusing on international and local artists whose work has an emphasis on social engagement. Our mission is to build a community that promotes intercultural exchanges across a range of disciplines.
Conceived as a hub for creativity and innovation, The Koppel Project brings together multi-disciplinary project spaces, artists studios, co-working spaces, direct trade coffee, and a Phaidon bookshop.
The Koppel Project charity also provides individuals who seek retraining for re-employment, preparation courses for qualifications. These qualifications are recognised nationally and subsequently introduce candidates to a fresh pool of opportunities in the process of achieving new employment. These courses are offered free of charge.
The training method offered is designed to match candidates’ capabilities and delivers, in addition to the studying material, employability and motivating skillset. This particular method of teaching allows candidates to step outside their comfort zone, seek employment and therefore break the unemployment cycle.
The charity provides grants and bursaries to schools, colleges and other institutes of education towards meeting the cost of providing courses and facilities for such learning and studies.
Special emphasis is placed on those who are considered ‘special needs’. These activities facilitate the advancement of education for the public benefit.
Charity enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 75 Maygrove Road, West Hampstead, NW6 2EG