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Hodan is a registered charity working with the Somali and wider BAME community in London to reduce poverty, build skills and confidence, enhance wellbeing, and promote inclusion and social cohesion which is why we run tailored programmes for them.
Community / Social club, Counselling / Mentoring, Education / Training (adults), Health and Wellbeing, Information / Advice / Guidance, Infrastructure Support, Network / Forum, Support group
Home-Start believes that children need a happy and secure childhood and that parents play the key role in giving their children a good start in life and helping them to achieve their full potential. Through a network of trained and DBS checked volunteers who are either parents themselves or who possess relevant experience, we support parents and children who are experiencing a variety of difficulties including: social isolation, illness, disability, post-natal depression and bereavement.
Counselling / Mentoring, Education / Play (children / young people), Education / Training (adults), Housing / Homelessness
Hornimans Adventure Playground exists to provide facilities for play and recreation for children aged between 5 and 16 years who live or attend school in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and surrounding boroughs by providing children with a broad range of exciting play opportunities designed to help them develop their full potential through activities/workshops that are free, multi-cultural and promote creativity, imagination and self-expression.
Arts / Culture, Community / Social club, Education / Play (children / young people), Health and Wellbeing, Information / Advice / Guidance, Sports / Leisure
To promote the relief of poverty, relief and distress specially in the Indian Community.
Community / Social club, Counselling / Mentoring, Health and Wellbeing, Information / Advice / Guidance
To explore cultural identity and the heritage of our diverse community, as well as highlighting injustices and empowering women through the performing arts. This includes workshops and productions in rap poetry, dance, drama, music, and film.
Arts / Culture
Kensington and Chelsea Mental Health Carers Association provides peer support and advice to carers of people with mental health issues living in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea. We aim to provide guidance to carers and help them access the rights and services that are available to them.
Advocacy / Representation, Community / Social club, Education / Training (adults), Information / Advice / Guidance
We work to promote a better understanding of mental health
We provide information and support to empower people who are experiencing a mental health problem
We offer quality-led services to help people recover from mental illness and build sustainable futures
Advocacy / Representation, Campaigning, Education / Training (adults), Health and Wellbeing, Information / Advice / Guidance, Network / Forum
We provide older people with the opportunity to be part of the decision-making process in shaping local policies and actively contribute towards the planning, design and delivery of local services for older people.
Advocacy / Representation, Campaigning, Community / Social club, Community safety / Crime reduction, Health and Wellbeing, Information / Advice / Guidance, Network / Forum
The Charity’s objects are to promote community participation of, primarily, children and young people in healthy recreation in particular by the provision of facilities for the playing of association football and other sports capable of improving health and to advance the education of children and young people so that they might grow to maturity as individuals, become responsible members of society and their conditions of life may be improved.
Education / Play (children / young people), Personal development, Sports / Leisure
KIDS is a national charity, founded in 1970, that provides a wide range of services to disabled children, young people and their families in England. KIDS’ Adventure Playgrounds provide an opportunity for stimulating and inclusive play on a closed access site with priority is given to children and young people with specific requirements and their siblings.
Education / Play (children / young people), Health and Wellbeing, Sports / Leisure