Mar 26

CATCH project

The Community Alliance To Combat Hate (CATCH) is a way for people who have experienced hate to get the maximum amount of help with a minimum amount of hassle.

CATCH is open to anyone experiencing hate in London.  If you experienced a hate crime elsewhere, you can still get in touch.  

CATCH (Communities against Hate) is a group of organisations that provide hate crime services across all London boroughs. They can provide specialist advice, support and advocacy across all types of hate crime:- race, faith, disability, sexual orientation and transgender identity.

To make a referral into CATCH, you can use this online form:

They are based at Galop, the lead organisation which coordinates the CATCH partnership. Providing casework services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people experiencing any kind of violence, including hate crime, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

The other partners delivering services within CATCH are:

The Monitoring Group– Race and faith hate crime
The Community Security Trust – Anti-semitic hate crime
TellMAMA– Anti-Muslim (Islamophobic) hate crime
Choice in Hackney– Disability hate crime
Stay Safe East– Disability hate crime
Real– Disability hate crime



Due to COVID-19, our services are more limited at this time and casework is taking place via telephone and email rather than face-to-face.


For further information,  you can also visit the website:


Guidance for charities and community interest companies to submit bids for funding from the 2020 to 2021 Faith, Race and Hate Crime Grant scheme, please visit the Goverments website –


NHS South London
Met Police
NHS Croydon Health Services
NHS Croydon Clinical
Safer London