Welcome Your Majesty

 

His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I suggested that for our benefit we should Organise and Centralise.  Recognising good advice and how reliant we are on micro processor based machines, we are present here to organise and centralise. 

Our developers and volunteers are busy developing the software and content to form our web presence into an informative and entertaining community resource.     

Our focus is on sharing pertinent information, like our scheduled events, minutes, financial documents as well as acts and actors of selfless, kind, compassion. 

Many exciting developments are scheduled so check in on us regularly to keep up to date with progress.

In The Beginning

The Charity Called Agrarian

The word, concept and application of what is known as Agrarian was brought to our attention by Noam Chomsky in his book 'On Anarchism'.

 

While our will to unity and productive service is defined, encouraged and developed by the writings of Henry T. Laurency

Laurency books published online

After standing empty for over twenty years we adversly possessed what was to become the charity we call Agrarian's head office. After explaining our aspirations to the landlord we reached an agreement in which permission was granted for a fee free lease.

We set up and opened the charitable shop, which was always intended to be more than a charity shop, causing some to say "Agrarian is more than a charity"

The purpose of our organising and centralising is to facilitate the safe and expedient provision of necessities to the members of the general public in need.

To manifest our stated purpose we encourage honest, sincere and engaging collaborations as we can do more together than we can do alone. 

While many of our aspirations for our charity were achieved by the success of the charity shop with it's safe and socialy inclusive enviroment, we are working to expand so we can manifest our unfulfilled aspirations for the charity we call Agrarian.

To The Present Day

The generosity and kindness displayed by the majority of people who live and work in the London boroughs of Clapham North, Brixton, and Stockwell is inspiring.

The admiration we have for our patrons, benefactors and volunteers has inspired us to enhance our service offering, with our Well Meaning initiative.

Our popular and busy Charity Shop

We are expanding our charity shop here with our online Charity auction 

We warmly invite You to the opening of our new  Community Training Work Shop 

To see what we've been up to, who we've been doing it with and where we have been doing it please Register to see our annual:-

  1. Trustees Report 2018 to 2019                      
  2. Trustees Report 2019 to 2020

We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give

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