Residents

 Residents

Shopping Support offer will end on 7 September 2020

Mon 10/08/2020

KCSC has been working with voluntary and community sector partners and RBKC to co-ordinate a ‘shopping’ offer

Survey - Community Participation in the Local Charity Sector

Mon 10/08/2020

KCSC is launching a brand new programme - the Kensington and Chelsea Together Programme (K&CT) - aiming to address the barriers local communities can face to accessing roles in charities, social enterprises and community organisations across the borough.

Family Friends

Wed 22/07/2020

Family Friends is a registered charity set up in 1993 to support disadvantaged families. Through a network of trained volunteers we provide befriending and mentoring services.

Equal People mencap

Tue 07/07/2020

Equal People mencap is a charity that provides independent living and community support and Personal Care (CQC Registered) to adults and children with learning disabilities, autism, complex needs and mental health issues and those affected by the Grenfell fire.

Glass Door Homeless Charity

Wed 24/06/2020

Glass Door is committed to supporting people get—and stay—off the street. We do this by coordinating London’s largest emergency winter shelter network and by providing a year-round advice service to help people move beyond homelessness.

Spotlight on Latimer Community Art Therapy

Fri 12/06/2020

Latimer Community Art Therapy (LCAT) is a grass roots community organisation which provides accessible professional mental health support through art psychotherapy as well as creative, activities, to support physical, social and emotional development, in an inclusive, safe and inspirational space for the community.

A Stitch In Time

Fri 29/05/2020

The Loss Project’s mission is to generate a community response to loss which challenges the stigma and taboo, cuts through the barriers of having difficult conversations about subjects that can often remain unspoken, whilst pr

Public Meeting

Wed 20/11/2019

Kensington and Chelsea Social Council and Grenfell Network Group want to take the opportunity of Purdah, when all structured politics grinds to a halt, to ensure momentum is not lost in our challenge to Council to consider how their 

Distributed Governance proposal for North Kensington Recovery Group

The Grenfell Network Group, a collaboration of residents, councillors and voluntary agencies wrote up a proposal for RBKC - Governance Review. The proposal is to provide a solid foundation for a community-led recovery within the five wards of North Kensington, and a model for increased public participation in decision-making across Kensington & Chelsea.