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  • Community and activity centre which helps vulnerable and isolated adults with a history of homelessness
  • We offer free, confidential advice and guidance irrespective of age, political opinion, religious or ethnic affiliation or gender or sexual orientation.
  • Works to promote independence, improve wellbeing and reduce isolation by providing companionship, advice and support to older people in Kensington & Chelsea. Services include information and advice, dementia support, health promotion events, befriending, escorting, gardening, practical help, interge...
  • Information and advice for members and non-members of the Angolan community in the best way to meet their needs.
  • Chelsea Methodist Church and Pastoral Centre is open to all. We aim to offer a warm welcome regardless of age, ethnicity, faith, relationship status or sexual orientation and believe that everyone is created equal and in the image of God. Through prayer we seek to be a worshipping people discove...
  • The aim of the charity is to provide information, support and advice to the ethnic Chinese in the UK who are disadvantaged by either poverty, linguistic and cultural barriers or being in a disadvantaged situation.
  • Earls Court Youth Club (ECYC) works with young people between the ages of 9-19 yrs and up to the age of 25 yrs with a disability. Our aim is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for young people of all abilities & backgrounds to come & enjoy a wide selection of activities aimed at promoting p...
  • Earls Court YMCA is a residential project for young homeless people aged between 16 and 25 years. They merged with other YMCAs to become Evolve Housing and Support.
  • As London’s largest emergency winter night shelter, Glass Door (formerly WLCHC) provides a safe, warm place to sleep for up to 100 men and women a night in partnership with churches across Hammersmith, Fulham, Kensington, Chelsea, Barnes and Putney. Homeless guests also access advice, food, shower...
  • We support ANY family living in Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea who needs us, providing there is at least 1 child under 5. Rich or poor, settled or transient; there are times when we all need support and friendship but do not know where to turn. Our trained volunteers help to give encourag...
  • Inkerman offer sheltered housing, home for life, staff on site, social activities, help when needed. Ensuring residents are secure. Have access to staff on CAS when they want, building up confidence to maintain an independent life in friendly surroundings.
  • Midaye is a charitable organisation established to address the needs of the BME community. Midaye Stands for Unification.
  • We provide access to generalist advice in social welfare civil litigation, community care, consumer , family and specialist advice to representation level in the in benefits, debt and housing plus,and employment. We have a pro bono service which involves experienced solicitors volunteering the...
  • Represent tenants and leaseholders of Silchester Estate.
  • St Cuthbert's Centre is a registered charity committed to the relief of poverty, hardship, isolation and distress amongst vulnerable people from the Earl's Court and surrounding areas. Our aim is to maintain or improve the quality of life for all who attend the Centre.
  • Staying First (formerly Staying Put Services) are a charity and exist to provide quality and accessible services in order to ensure a better quality of life for clients living in West London and beyond who are in housing and health related need. Our services include Housing advice, Small repairs...
  • The Sheppard Trust, a charitable housing trust, provides warden-assisted sheltered housing for elderly ladies on small fixed incomes.
  • Independent charitable trust funder of work which tackles poverty and inequality in London.
  • Turning Point is the UK's leading health and social care organisation. We provide services for people with complex needs, including those affected by drug and alcohol misuse, mental health problems and those with a learning disability
  • WERA was set up by the residents of the estate to represent the views and interests of all residents when dealing with the Council, its agents and their contractors, and ensure that residents are regularly and properly consulted on what is happening on the estate.
  • WSPM Agape Community Project has over 18 years experience, delivering services at grass-roots level to vulnerable and disadvantaged community groups in Greater London. The services and activities being provided or delivered through the Project include, the BME Health Forum (Good Practices Access f...