KCSC Directory

Local Organisation Directory

Cruse Bereavement Care offers a free support service to anybody living or working in the boroughs of Kensington & Chelsea or Hammersmith & Fulham whose normal life has been severely disrupted by the loss of someone they love.

Advocacy / Representation, Campaigning, Counselling / Mentoring, Health and Wellbeing, Support group

We support members from BME communities mainly from those from Somali Background, who are disadvantaged, low- income families, elders, disabled or live in most deprived areas all over London but particularly from London Borough of Kensington & Chelsea (RBKC), i.e. North Kensington, Earls Court, Wolds End Estates, etc in RBKC.

Advocacy / Representation, Arts / Culture, Campaigning, Community / Social club, Counselling / Mentoring, Education / Play (children / young people), Education / Training (adults), Health and Wellbeing, Housing / Homelessness, Information / Advice / Guidance, Network / Forum, Personal development, Sports / Leisure, Support group, Other

There are many ways in which we help dads and families, including offering emotional support, combating loneliness and isolation by being available to chat with Dads on the phone or in-person at our drop-in centre, breakfast clubs, law clinics, food banks and accommodation/housing.

Advocacy / Representation, Campaigning, Community / Social club, Counselling / Mentoring, Education / Play (children / young people), Education / Training (adults), Information / Advice / Guidance, Personal development, Support group

Sports/recreation/ education/training

This organisation has not provided a list of activities yet.

We provide affordable childcare education for children under 5 years old. This is to get them used to a school environment before they go to compulsory education service. We provide a wide range of activities for children to learn through play. We also have dance, movement sessions and storytelling sessions.

Education / Play (children / young people)

DSS is working toward achieving its mission to build up the capacity of the local people, with more focusing to those who are most socially excluded community of ethnic minorities so that they could be fully engaged and get access to the mainstream provision.
DSS is working toward achieving its mission to build up the capacity of local people, with more focus on those who are most socially excluded community of ethnic minorities so that they can get fully engaged and get access to the mainstrem provision.

Education / Play (children / young people)

The Dalgarno Trust is a community centre for people in North Kensington. We work in partnership with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea delivering core services and our youth programme. We are proud to be a part of the Health Partners Programme with other community, voluntary, faith groups and residents associations working in the community of North Kensington, brought together by NHS West London Clinical Commissioning Group.

Advocacy / Representation, Arts / Culture, Community / Social club, Counselling / Mentoring, Education / Play (children / young people), Education / Training (adults), Health and Wellbeing, Information / Advice / Guidance, Network / Forum,

Rated Outstanding by Ofsted, Earls Court Nursery & Pre-School provides childcare and education to children from birth to 5 years old.
The nursery is part of the London Early Years Foundation portfolio, which is well respected in Central London for its high standards, in line with Ofsted recommendations and valuing feedback and interaction with parents.

Education / Play (children / young people)

Protecting, preserving and improving local buildings and amenities, formulating planning advice for the area.
Representing and expressing the views of all members of the Earl's Court community, including residents, businesses and those working in the area while supporting and encouraging Residents' Associations and community organisations.

Advocacy / Representation, Campaigning, Community safety / Crime reduction, Environmental Issues, Health and Wellbeing, Network / Forum, Transport

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 personal, social & educational development.

Community / Social club, Community safety / Crime reduction, Counselling / Mentoring, Education / Play (children / young people), Health and Wellbeing, Housing / Homelessness, Information / Advice / Guidance, Network / Forum, Personal development, Sports / Leisure