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French African Welfare Association (FAWA) is a community based organisation specifically to improve the General health and well-being of the French speaking African community in London and to network with other organisations and link our beneficiaries with other communities by 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.
Working to preserve Brompton Cemetery as a model of an historic cemetery with an active role in modern society. wity tour Guides ,information, advice, Genealogy, Gardening, Research, Lectures, concerts, open days, Lobbying Restoration and Supporting the management of the cemetery
The friends provide services within the hospital to enhance the patients' stay. It also buys equipment for Chelsea and Westminster hospital through various fundraising activities throughout the year
Supporting the KDC which offers an inclusive and accessible space for older people to meet, eat, and get active or be creative and improve their wellbeing, with the support of our friendly day-care team.
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.
Full of Life is a charity that supports and provides services to parent carers and their disabled children/adults by providing free practical independent advice to parent carers through our direct services with 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.
Galop is the UK’s LGBT+ anti-abuse charity. We work with and for LGBT+ victims and survivors of interpersonal abuse and violence. We specialise in supporting victims and survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence, hate crime, and other forms of abuse including honour-based abuse, forced marriage, and so-called conversion therapies.
Glass Door coordinates the UK’s largest network of open-access services for people affected by homelessness. Year-round, people find advice and support to end their homelessness through trained caseworkers based at partnering drop-in centres.
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.