Utility Menu


Filter notices by...




Take Action: Challenge Poverty survey


4in10 is a campaigning network of organisations working to improve the lives of the 4in10 children living in poverty across the capital.
Their new research, Picking Up The Pieces, will investigate how London’s charities are responding to the challenge of poverty in the wake of diminishing state and local authority support. 

Posted By Sylvia Nissim read more

Applications now open for support from Pilotlight

Event Date: 
Friday, 3 August 2018 (All day)

On 9th July, Pilotlight will be opening applications for ambitious charities and social enterprises based in England and Wales who need support to get to the next step in their development. 

Could your organisation be more effective, efficient and sustainable?

Pilotlight are looking for ambitious charities and social enterprises based in England and Wales who need support to get to the next step in their development. 

By working with Pilotlight, organisations have:

Posted By Alice Lowry read more

Grief Encounter Men's Group

The Curve, 10 Bard Road, W10 6TP

Grief Encounter are hosting a weekly 'Men's Group' workshop for Dads, sons, Grandfathers and carers. It will take place at The Curve on Tuesdays from 7.00-8.00pm. This is an opportunity to have tea, coffee and a chat. For more details please contact colincampbelldmt@gmail.com.

Posted By Alice Lowry read more

Volunteers' Week


Volunteers’ Week is a time to say thank you for the fantastic contribution volunteers make. During the week, hundreds of events and celebrations take place across the country, saying thank you to volunteers and recognising their invaluable and diverse contribution to the UK. This annual celebration runs from 1-7 June and there's still time to celebrate!

To find out more information about Volunteer's Week and how you can get involved please click here

Posted By Alice Lowry read more

Advicelocal - local guide to help with benefits, work, money, housing problems and more


People looking for help with benefits, work, money or housing problems will find advicelocal.uk a useful, free source of help and information.It’s easy to use.

Posted By Lasa read more

Free promotion of summer events available


Westway Trust will soon be launching a collective summer events campaign which will be offering free event listings and promotion on both www.portobellosummer.com and www.northkensummer.com They will be promoting these platforms far and wide, with NothKenSummer being promoted locally and PortoebelloSummer being promoted across London.

Posted By Alice Lowry read more

RBKC Social Cycling


RBKC are delighted to unveil their newest Social Cycling Programme for the beginning of the Summer term 2018! You will see that the cycling levels are in different colours, ranging from complete beginners to longer rides. There are bikes available for people who don’t have bikes at the Westway Sports Centre and at Chelsea Theatre.

The cycling programme is available to any adult who lives, works or studies in RBKC. Please find the programme for attached here

Posted By Alice Lowry read more

'Try Before You Buy' Bike Scheme


If you live or work in Kensington & Chelsea you can trial a brand new bike for under £20 a month! If cycling isn't for you return the bike at any point with nothing further to pay or, if you discover the joys of cycling, carry on making the monthly instalmetns until you own the bike. 

Included in the package will be:

Posted By Alice Lowry read more

Application for 2018 Stronger Voices Programme now open


Media Trust, in partnership with the Equality and Diversity Forum, have announced the launch of Stronger Voices - a communications training programme specifically designed to strengthen the voices of equality organisations across London. This year, they are giving 15 London-based equality organisations the opportunity to take advantage of this free six-month programme of communications training.  

Posted By Alice Lowry read more

Migrants Organise running 'My Voice, My Vote' campaign across North Kensington


Migrants Organise is running the My Voice, My Vote campaign for communities and organisations in North Kensington to help them engage in the upcoming local elections and register to vote. 

Migrants Organise are providing training sessions for community organisations and are helping them encourage their members register to vote. They will also be organising events and meetings with local councillor candidates to ensure community members can hear who they are voting for. 

Posted By Alice Lowry read more


Subscribe to RSS - Announcements