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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.
The main aim of the Ethiopian Women’s Empowerment Group is to promote the mental well being, integration,community cohesion, education and positive images of refugee and migrant women in London.
The organisations provides advice,advocacy and support to refugee and migrant women who primarily resides in west London. We also work in partnerships with the voluntary and community organisations to provide training and information workshops on education ,accessing employment and health services.
Earls Court YMCA is a residential project for young homeless people aged between 16 and 25 years. They merged with other YMCAs to become Evolve Housing and Support.
Family Friends provides befriending and mentoring services to disadvantaged families, through a network of trained volunteers. We help families living in deprived areas of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham and South East Brent. Through respect, encouragement and support, we aim to ‘help families to help themselves’ by discovering their strengths and building on their coping skills. We offer two services: Parent Befriending - for a parent of a child aged 0-16 and Child Mentoring - for a child/siblings aged 5-16.
Family Planning Association (FPA) is the UK's leading sexual health charity. Our purpose is to enable people in the UK to make informed choices about sex and to enjoy sexual health.
Every day we work to ensure that anyone can get the high quality information and services they need
We run a Saturday club with integrated therapy for primary-aged autistic children in west London.
French African Welfare Association (FAWA) is a community based organisation, a registered charity established in 2002 by members of the French Speaking African community specifically to improve the General health and well-being of the African community particularly French speaking African in London and to network with other organisations and link our beneficiaries with other communities.
FAWA works with families and individuals, who are struggling to adapt to life in the UK; provides advice and support on a variety of issues including health, welfare benefits and housing, parenting skills, training and employment, education, translation and interpretation services.
FAWA could achieve the above aims and objectives by providing the following activities or services for and on behalf of its service-users:
• The provision of information, advice and advocacy;
• Support to relatives to improve family ties and minimise loneliness and isolation;
• Referral of clients to specialist service providers, e.g. NHS hospitals, GUM
• Outreach-based work, including assistance with GP registration;
• Translation and interpretation services;
• A Drop-In Services for clients;
• Organizing workshops and seminars on health, social and educational issues;
• Conducting assessments on the needs of French speaking African communities;
• Networking with other agencies that provide services to the client community.
• Counseling and Emotional support for people living or affected by HIV/AIDs.
Tour Guides ,information, advice, Genealogy, Gardening, Research, Lectures, concerts, open days, Lobbying Restoration and Supporting the management of the cemetery
To support the funding of acquisitions of works of art and furniture for Leighton house museum. To support on going restoration and refurbishment projects.
To organise events in the houses in collaboration with the royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea and other partners.
To act as ambassadors for museum in the local, academic, cultural and other communities of interest.