St Albans is a medium-sized charity, providing a wide range of services to the local community. The charity was established in 1983, with the commitment of a number of people, including Pat Ryan and Beryl Chandler.
The organisation is funded by several means, including the local authority, individual grant funders, donations and charges for services.
St Albans Community Association History:
On the 21st of September 2009, St Albans Community Association celebrated its 25th birthday.
The years have been turbulent, but recently, the centre has gone from strength to strength – achieving much to celebrate. During its life, many people have played a role in developing the centre and its activities, and it was good to see and hear from so many old friends and supporters on this special occasion.
“The 25th Anniversary was a fantastic occasion and I felt very privileged to be invited to share in the celebrations. I was amazed to see how many people had come along to enjoy the day – and tuck into the delicious buffet lunch! The happy and lively atmosphere spoke volumes about the continuing success of this Centre and the dedication of the Management and Staff. As one of the founder members, 25 years ago, it was a joy for me to see how it has become the centre of a very happy community.”