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Full of Life is a charity that supports and provides services to parent carers and their disabled children/adults.
We give free practical independent advice to parent carers through our direct services.
This consists of bi-monthly parent forums, advocacy for children and adult services and a parent partnership service which deals with anything to do with special educational needs.
Full of Life also runs a centre for young adults with complex needs, operating 6 days a week with a focus on communication and personal development, new experiences and learning new skills.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans support and advice re hate crime, domestic abuse and sexual violence
Girlguiding UK is the United Kingdom’s largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women.
As London’s largest emergency winter night shelter, Glass Door (formerly WLCHC) provides a safe, warm place to sleep for up to 100 men and women a night in partnership with churches across Hammersmith, Fulham, Kensington, Chelsea, Barnes and Putney. Homeless guests also access advice, food, showers and laundry facilities year-round from our Chelsea drop-in day centre. We help people get off the streets and help them build better futures.
We provide excellent care and education for children from 24 months to five years. Our children benefit from safe and stimulating surroundings, indoors and outdoors, and everything we do is designed to help our children develop and learn, but just as importantly, have lots of fun with the support of our highly skilled and dedicated staff. By working together with children’s families, we aim to give every child the best possible start in life.
Grief Encounter provides expert Bereavement and Trauma support on a free, open access basis to children and families
We also offer professional support to schools and other local community groups, delivering individual Bereavement counselling, group work, advice, support and training as required.
Almshouse charity providing good quality affordable sheltered housing in Holland Park. Homes are allocated from our waiting list to which the public can apply directly.
The primary aims of the Harrow Club W10 are the advancement of education, the promotion of health and the relief of poverty, distress and sickness, the promotion of racial harmony and the provision of recreation and other leisure time occupations promoting
Healthy Homes helps residents of Kensington and Chelsea to stay warm and well at home in winter. We provide access to grant funding for insulation and heating improvements, advice on how best to use energy in the home and support to deal with switching energy suppliers and managing fuel debts.
Healthwatch is an independent charity with the duty to ensure that people's voices count when it comes to shaping and improving local health and social care services.
We are membership led and part of a national network of local Healthwatch across England.
At Healthwatch Central West London we cover Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster.
Our aim is for local health and care services to be shaped by local people through their active involvement, needs and experiences, and a community which is informed about local health and care services.