|2006||Incorporation of the Society as a Company Limited by Guarantee|
|1996||Merger of the 'Swiss Benevolent Society' and 'The Swiss Welfare Office for Young People'|
|1957||Opening of the ‘Swiss Hostel for Girls’ at Belsize Grove, London.|
|1950||Creation of the ‘Welfare Office for Swiss Girls in Great Britain’.|
|1940||Due to the war, the pensioners staying at the Home were evacuated to Hatfield (Hertfordshire).|
|1936||Inauguration of the ‘Home for the Aged Swiss’ at Fitzroy Square, London.
The house could accommodate 12 people and was run by a Swiss Red Cross nurse.
|1932||Creation of a Permanent Secretariat.|
|1901||The Swiss Benevolent Society employs a ‘Lady Visitor’ (initially a nurse) to attend to the Poor.|
|1884||Creation of ‘Swiss House’ (hostel for girls) at Mecklenburgh Square, London.|
|1870||Creation of a new institution to give help to needy Swiss under the name of ‘Fonds de Secours pour les Suisses Pauvres à Londres’, now known as the Swiss Benevolent Society.|
|1703||Foundation of the ‘Société des Suisses’
which united with the Société des Genevois in 1718 taking the name of ‘Société de Secours Mutuel
des Suisses à Londres’. Its aim was to render mutual aid to its members in case of illness, convalescence and old age.