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The RBKC Partnership of Supplementary Schools consists of a variety of schools that help pupils aged 5-19 with many subjects such as national curriculum, mother tongue and sports. The schools operate in the late afternoon or early evenings during the week-time or on the weekends, depending on the school.
Set up in 1976 to help those who are disadvantaged economically, socially or otherwise (whether because of youth, age, disability, language barrier, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, low income or any other reason), to introduce diversity in health & well being, educational, social, and cultural programmes also recreational facilities to help overcome the disadvantage (where applicable) that social exclusion attracts.
Social welfare and health support services for people with HIV - with a particular focus on ageing, isolation and poverty.
The Royal Albert Hall is the world’s most famous stage. Since its opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the world’s greatest musicians, singers, dancers, sportsmen, statesmen and world leaders have appeared on its stage. Over a million people each year enjoy live performances at the Hall, and millions more experience the Hall’s events through broadcasts, recordings and new media channels.
The Royal Albert Hall is a registered charity and receives no public revenue funding. One of the Royal Albert Hall’s charitable aims is to bring its work alive through its Education and Outreach programme. We strive to open up the Hall to children, teachers, young people, families and community groups in order to offer a wide calendar of events and make the most of the unique characteristics of the building. Our programme includes with specially created tours, workshops, projects and schools matinees.
To provide a fitting home and community for ageing or infirm veteran soldiers to whom the nation owes a debt of gratitude.
No child in the UK should grow up to be poor or lonely just because they are blind
• 90% of those who lose their sight in youth won’t work for more than six months in their lives
• Most will never have someone to share their life with
The Royal Society for Blind Children believe in a better life for blind children.
We are on a mission to make sure every single blind child has the self-belief and skills to fulfil the potential we know they’ve got.
Make no mistake – helping blind children to believe they can achieve will take time and money. But we’ll do it from the ground up, working with our wonderful donors and volunteers to deliver the five things we believe will transform the life chances of every blind child in England and Wales.
How are we going to do it?
1. Helping parents first
2. Excellent and inclusive education
3. Build friendships and character
4. Getting young people job ready
5. Harnessing technology
By 2020 we want to have helped 11,000 children and with 178 years of experience behind us and the support of our donors, we know we’ll get there get there.
To provide information and support to scoliosis sufferers and their families
The object of this church is to spread and maintain the teachings of Christian Science as found in the Bible, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, the Founder and Discoverer of Christian Science, and to maintain the advancement of Chrstian Science, in any manner which shall be charitable at law, and in particular for the purposes of Second Church of Christ, Scientist, London.
Bring people together, build up community spirit and improve our local neighbourhoods.
Encourage informal discussion and communication in our Estate. hold public meetings on topical local issues•
organise social events
St Mary Abbots Rehabilitation and Training (SMART) supports people affected by mental illness on their path to recovery.
Through meaningful activity and training they aim to rebuild lives, giving people purpose, confidence and skills.