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CALM, the Campaign Against Living Miserably, exists to prevent male suicide. In 2012 suicide became the single leading cause of death of men aged 20–49 in the UK (ONS, NISRA, NRS). CALM is a charity for depressed or suicidal men, offering a helpline and a Webchat service (which runs 5pm –Midnight everyday) targeted at men in RBKC, H&F and Westminster. Helpine: 0800 585858, Webchat:www.thecalmzone.net/help/get-help/. Free, confidential and anonymous service.
Capoeira Canal runs regular classes for children and adults and has ongoing after school clubs in various primary schools in West London.
Does a friend or family member rely on you for support?
If so, you may be a carer, which means that you can get support to look after the person you care for – and to take care of yourself.
You might be looking after your brother or sister, your partner, your parents, your adult child or someone else; they might have a physical or learning disability, a health condition, mental health needs, misuse drugs or alcohol, or have become older and frail. You might have been looking after them for years, or have only just started.
Whatever the situation, if you and the person you care for are over 18, then Carers Network can help you with:
• Carers Assessments
• Information and advice
• Social events and activities
If you are a carer and live in Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster or Hammersmith & Fulham talk to Carers Network today!
Provides free information, advice and support to people who look after a friend or
family member who could not manage without their help. Advice provided on
range of areas such as benefits, the support available from different agencies
– and how to access them, other local services that can support carers and help
with how to get support for the person they are looking after (including
Carnival Village Trust is a registered charity dedicated to the the development of Carnival Arts.
As London´s development agency for Carnival Arts, we spotlight the arts, crafts and business of a relatively unsung art form in the UK, extending to its roots and broader culture. We have the background to do so and are well placed in the locality of Europe’s largest carnival.
With preparation and performance central to the artform, we also host venues in Notting Hill, West London. Carnival Arts and African Caribbean events add to a diverse programme from theatre, music and dance to comedy and film.
Community accountancy project that provides financial advice and training to small charities and voluntary groups.
Services include one-to-one casework, training courses and publications, all of which are geared towards providing people with the basic financial skills needed to run successful organisations.
CASH also undertakes bookkeeping, pay roll, Independent Examinations and production of management accounts for small and medium organisations.
Our mission is to address the issues that prevent children from reaching their full physical, emotional and educational potential and which affect the well-being and stability of the family. Our work is to provide community based social work services, counselling, play therapy, psychotherapeutic and mediation services to support individuals and families in need. Our goals are to work at a grassroots level, enabling emotionally and materially disadvantaged children and families to transform their own lives and to access the opportunities society offers.
The Khalsa Jatha, British Isles, London was formed in the year 1908, to promote religious and social activities among the Sikhs who had settled in the UK. Enhancing Education including Punjabi Language, helping elderly and children. Promoting Sikhism, serving vegetarian food all day every day to any person visits there.
The CAIA seeks to enhance the quality of life for disadvantaged members of over 20,000 Armenians scattered across London, specifically those in poverty, isolation and distress. The charity supports their diverse needs through the provision of welfare, education and cultural services at a welcoming centre for all Armenians.
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 discovering together our relationship with God, nurturing and supporting one another.
We put our faith into action by being stewards of our environment, good neighbours in our communities, challenging injustice and using our gifts to reach out with compassion and love to all in need.