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.

Advancing education

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:

Address: 75 Maygrove Road, West Hampstead, NW6 2EG


DEBRA is the national charity that supports individuals and families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) – a painful genetic skin blistering condition which, in the worst cases, can be fatal.

Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is a group of genetic skin conditions which cause the skin to blister and tear at the slightest touch. Those born with EB have skin so fragile they are called ‘butterfly children’ – their skin is quite simply as fragile as the wing of a butterfly.

DEBRA was founded in 1978 by Phyllis Hilton whose daughter Debra had EB – the charity was the world’s first EB patient support group. DEBRA is now international in scope with sister organisations in 40 countries, a worldwide research programme and strong clinical and nursing services.

Barrow Hill is a registered charity run by parent volunteers that organise fund-raising events for the Barrow Hill Junior School.  The Koppel Project bookshop donated multiple books to their Winter Fair, the school’s biggest fund-raising event of the year.

Barrow Hill Junior School is a state school for children in years 3 to 6 (aged 7-11 years-old), located not far from The Koppel Project on Baker Street. Our donation, along with many others, helps the school pay for art supplies, science projects, sporting activities, computers, books, museum trips and more, all of which really help the teachers to create those ‘Wow!’ moments that make the children love learning.



by Lili Capelle

Tuesday 8th August 2017 from 1 to 2pm

Hatton Garden and Leather Lane Street Market, London

On this occasion, Senior Lecturer and Coordinator at the British Academy of Jewellery, Lili Capelle, will offer a public performance to raise money for Leukaemia and child abuse. All the funds will be raised for philanthropic causes and devolved to the charity Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group.


Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group is a leading children’s cancer charity and the UK and Ireland’s professional association for those involved in the treatment and care of children with cancer. Over the last 40 years, CCLG has played a key role in the major improvements in survival rates and the standards of care for children so that over 80% of children are now cured. We are the central hub for childhood cancer through the specialist expertise of our members.


The British Academy of Jewellery is the only provider of Apprenticeship qualifications specialising in jewellery in the UK.

“Founded in 1999 by a local Hatton Garden family-run business, we understand the needs of the industry because we are part of the industry. […] Our focus is to create the next generation of jewellers who posses the aptitude and ingenuity to carry the torch and shape the future of the jewellery industry.”

To receive further information, please contact Alexandra Hincapie at

Take Charge Of Your Breast Health

by The Natural Doctor hosting Dr Nyjon Eccles

Wednesday 18th October from 18:30 – 21:30

The Koppel Project Baker Street

Sadly incidence of breast cancer is rising, particularly in younger women. In fact, 1 in 9 women can expect a diagnosis of breast cancer in their lifetime. Join us for an evening with Dr. Eccles, a Harley Street breast health specialist and discover a game-changing approach to breast health.

This event is free of charge, light refreshments and exclusive discounts will be available. Limited places only. To confirm your attendance, please contact or book your ticket via Eventbrite.


Dr. Nyjon Eccles has a background in Science (Ph.D.) as well as Medicine and has achieved high recognition for his contributions to Medical Knowledge. As a Breast Health Specialist, he is pioneering the introduction to the UK of Medical Infrared Thermal Imaging for very early, risk-free, non-invasive detection of breast cancer. He is one of the leading Integrated Medicine Physicians in the UK and has an excellent reputation for his practice of evidence-based Complementary Medicine.