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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.
Chelsea Open Air Nursery School and Children's Centre is a maintained nursery school offering nursery education to 80 3 and 4 yr olds. The Children's Centre forms part of the local Early Help offer and runs a vast array of community events for families with children under five years.
Chickenshed's mission is to create entertaining and outstanding theatre that celebrates diversity and inspires positive change. Chickenshed is a theatre company with 40 years' experience in teaching and creating theatre. We are renowned for our inclusive approach to making theatre which means working with people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to create work that is inspired by the people taking part. The result is vibrant uplifting and imaginative theatre that is hugely enjoyed by both participants and audiences alike.
We run regular theatre workshops , during term times for children , young people and adults within the Tri Borough as well as our theatre in Southgate.
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.
A Roman Catholic Church
In addition to our main offices we also operate out of The Curve Community Centre every weekday 10am to 11am and again 5pm to 8pm. We can give free independent confidential advice all residents affected by Grenfell and if you prefer we can meet you at different locations. We have a team of specialist advisers who can help with all aspects of Housing, Welfare Benefits, Employment, Debt and Consumer. We can also have a chat with you about any concerns you might have around receiving charitable donations such as savings plans, setting up a trust, managing your money or any other matters.
We provide advice and information on rights and responsibilities across all subject areas for those who live work or study in Hammersmith and Fulham. We have a range of projects that deliver across the tri-borough, pan-London and nationally. We train adults on money management and digital skills and we run the Avonmore Library service. We are a member of the Citizens Advice network who deliver independent, confidential, free and impartial service. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.