Roehampton Charity Recognised For Promoting Inclusion

Regenerate and its social enterprise The Feel Good Bakery receives award

The range of Feel Good Bakery sandwiches


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Regenerate is a charity based on the Ashburton estate in Putney that lives inside the community and alongside the people they support.

In 2014 Regenerate launched a social enterprise (The Feel Good Bakery) to provide support and employment for young people caught up in negative behaviour. The Feel Good Bakery trains, coaches and employs young people who are turning their backs on gang life and crime.

The Feel Good Bakery as well as supporting young people in Wandsworth it also partners with organisations that do amazing work with children living in extreme poverty around the world. In buying a sandwich from The Feel Good Bakery you are also providing a meal for one of the children living in poverty. So far The Feel good bakery has employed 32 young people from the local area and funding over 200000 meals.

At the end of 2018 The Faith and Belief Forum awarded Regenerate and The Feel Good Bakery a Promoting Inclusion award. The Faith belief forum has worked in London for over 20 years and aim to build good relations between people of all faiths and beliefs, and to create a society where difference is celebrated. The Promoting inclusion award was to recognise the support that The Feel Good Bakery offers to young people that may face misunderstanding, isolation or exclusion due to aspects of the identities (e.g. ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class, age and ability)

Founder of Regenerate Andy Smith told this website, "It was a true honour to receive the award and for the Faith and belief forum to recognise the impact we have in the community."

To find out more about the Feel Good bakery visit: and if you want to learn more about the promoting inclusion award visit:

March 8, 2019

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