Our Trustees

     Chair –  Ingrid Cranfield


Sudipta  Ghosh                                Andy Love


 Leo Meggit                                                  Thomas Boadu


  Vijay Sujan


Avishai Passman


Our Team

Jaspal Dhani – CEO

Isabella Di Natale –  Office & Finance Administrator


Florence Mampasi

Marie Gisele Awoya Atundu

Mary Mannion

Prafula Katkoria

Vashisht Raya


Lynne McKinstry

Pauline Walker

Contact Us

You can visit us at:

Community House
311 Fore Street
London N9 0PZ

Or ring us on: 020 8373 6243

Or email us at enquiries@epandc.org.uk

Alternatively please fill out our contact form

    Our History

    EPC’s work dates back to 1995 when we were set up by Enfield Council to deliver advice and information on special educational needs and disabilities. In 1996 we became an independent charity and our work with children with SEND has been a cornerstone of what we do. Over the years we have added services where we have seen there is a need for them. We have offered parenting support groups and parenting training, fathers’ groups, family activities, bike workshops, ‘kids clubs’ and currently we offer the SENDIASS service, Independent Support, Transition and Preference Advice, ‘My Time’ young people’s counselling service, ‘Ready Steady…’ mentoring service and Starfish, a group to boost communication and confidence. Of course we can’t deliver any of our services without our fantastic volunteers and we have a dedicated Volunteer service to support them. Please visit the project pages to find out more.

    EPC changed its name from Enfield Parents & Children to Every Parent & Child in 2016 to reflect the breadth and diversity of our services and the wider geographical area we now serve.

    About EPC

    Every Parent & Child (formerly Enfield Parents & Children) is a registered charity working for the benefit of children, young people and families in the London Borough of Enfield and surrounding areas. We offer services to children, young people and their families to support with advising on accessing educational provision for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, applying for school places, young people’s mental health and wellbeing and skills and confidence building.

    Our Mission is to offer children in our community opportunities to learn, develop and thrive.