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Bipolar UK - Support Group

Peer support for people affected by Bipolar

Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of bipolar, their families and carers. Support groups offer a friendly, confidential, accepting environment to discuss the challenges of bipolar and share useful information.

Blind Aid

Support for Blind and Visually Impaired People in London

BlindAid has over 175 years of experience of delivering emotional and practical support to visually impaired people living in London. Our core service is Home Visiting; we also provide: Community Projects - Telephone support - Radio loans - Welfare rights - Grants. All of our services are free.

Brandon Trust

Learning disabilities. Living a life.

The Brandon Trust aims to provide services and support to people with learning disabilities to live independently and exercise their full potential. We do this by delivering innovative and affordable services for people with learning disabilities

Breathe Easy Wandsworth

Lung condition support group

Breathe Easy Wandsworth is a support group for people affected by lung conditions including their friends, family and carers.

Butterfly Thyroid Cancer Trust

Supporting Patients with Thyroid Cancer

Butterfly Thyroid Cancer Trust is the first national charity in the UK dedicated solely to the support of patients with Thyroid Cancer. We offer information and support to thyroid cancer patients through our website, dedicated helpline and peer support services.

Caius House

Engaging young lives

Caius House has been serving the community in Battersea for over a century supporting the development of young people. Everyone is welcome to come and socialise; engage in sport, music, media, dance, art and cook, learn new skills, in a community that is safe where everyone is encouraged to flourish

Canerows

for BME Mental Health

Canerows is a peer support project committed to improving the lives of people who experience mental health problems. Services include: Consultation and information, A Ward Visiting service (Springfield and Queen Marys), Post Discharge Community Support and Mama Lows Kitchen, a weekly drop in.

Canerows

Peer Support Services in mental health

Canerows provides peer support to people experiencing and recovering from serious mental health issues

CARAS

Community Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

CARAS is a community outreach charity based in Tooting. We support people of refugee and asylum-seeking background who live in South-West London. Projects include ESOL classes, Youth & Women's groups, Individual support, Advocacy and a wide range of bespoke training sessions.

Caremark

The mark of excellent care

Caremark (Wandsworth) is a provider of high quality affordable personal/social care at home, such as help with getting up, personal hygiene, meal preparation, housework, shopping, companionship, overnight and live-in care.

Carers Coffe Morning

Support Group for All Carers - Wandsworth Carers Centre

A friendly and relaxed social group open to Carers and the people they Care for. All are welcome to come, meet other carers and share in interesting discussions. The club takes place on the third Friday of each month between 10.30am - 12.30pm, at our Balham Centre.

Carers of People with Dementia - including Alzheimer's Disease

Wandsworth Carers Centre - Alzheimers Society

This group meets in the 2nd Wednesday of every month,11am -1pm and is run by the Alzheimers Society and Wandsworth Carers Centre for people who care for a person with dementia.

Carers of Young Adults with Learning Disabilities

Support Group - Wandsworth Carers Centre

Support group for people who care for younger adults with Learning Disabilities, aged 15-25. We offer an opportunity to meet other carers, to find out about services and discuss ways of coping with transition from school to adult services. - 2nd Tuesday of alternate months, 11am-1pm.

Carney's Community Ltd

engaging disadvantaged young people

Carney's Community aims to reduce offending, re-offending and anti-social behaviour, whilst improving social mobility and community cohesion. We achieve this by engaging a range of young people, in positive and constructive activities, whilst offering intensive, one to one mentoring.

Cheer Lunch

Cheer lunch is a special monthly event for single parents offering support, friendship and a delicious lunch. Anyone parenting alone is welcome. Children and teenagers are also welcome! Pick up an invitation from Reception for more information and RSVP to cheer@stmarks-battersea.org.uk

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Foundation Trust

Hospital Volunteering

Volunteering at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital gives you the chance to make our environment a little friendlier and more comfortable for our patients and visitors. We provide an exciting opportunity to meet people, learn new skills and most importantly, make a difference to people's lives.

Christians Against Poverty

A national debt counselling charity

Christians Against Charity (CAP) is a national debt counselling charity working through a network of centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to anyone in debt through its unique, in-depth service visiting the clients in their homes and offering a unique hands on approach.

Cinnamon Trust

Supporting Elderly People and their Pets

The only specialist national charity for people in their last years and their much loved, much needed companion animals. Cinammon has a network of 15,000 volunteers who work with owners to provide vital loving care for their pets. We help keep pet and owner together as long as possible.

Clover Cafe by Alzheimers Society

Dementia Support Group

Clover Cafe by the SW London Alzheimers Society is a monthly gathering for people with dementia and their carers, friends or families to meet and share experiences and company of others in a similar situation. Runs on 2nd Sunday of every month - Tooting We are open to all residents of Wandsworth.

Contact a Family

For Families with disabled children

Contact a Family exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability. Our vision is that families with disabled children are empowered to live the lives they want and achieve their full potential for themselves, for the communities they live in and for society.

Contact the Elderly

A Lifeline of Friendship

We organise monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for people aged 75 and over, who live alone with little or no support from friends, family or statutory services. The afternoons are full of fun and laughter and make a real difference to the lives of our older guests.

COW (Church on Wednesdays)

COW meets every Wednesday lunchtime for food (no charge), worship, fellowship and prayer. It is very relaxed, very informal and a safe place to meet others and learn some great stuff about following Jesus and his power to heal and change us.

Crossworld FC

more than a football club

Crossworld is a charity that uses football as a means of empowering young people seeking sanctuary who are separated from their families, many of whom have arrived recently in the UK. For the players, as one put it recently, Crossworld is 'a second family'.

Dads House

Helping Dads ... be Dads

Dads House is a charitable organisation founded and run by William McGranaghan to help single dads, giving them support, advice and information.

Deafblind UK

Deafblind UK is a national charity offering specialist services and human support to deafblind people and those who have progressive sight and hearing loss acquired throughout their lives.

Duke Street Church Richmond

Evangelical Baptist Church

We’re ordinary people from every age and stage of life. On Sundays we meet at 10.00am and 6.30pm, where you can expect solid Bible preaching and teaching. In the morning service we offer a full children and youth programme, as well as a crèche.

Earlsfield's Very own Kint and Crochet group

Knitting & Crochet Group

Come and join in-learn to knit crochet or bring something along that you are working on already We are a small and friendly knitting and crochet group. We meet Twice in the month and it's on Thursday's.its every other Thursday in the month Tea and biscuits provided.

FACE - Furzedown Annual Charity Events

Join us and support Furzedown

FACE is a group of neighbours in the Furzedown area of tooting, South London, who decided to get together and raise money for local causes affecting those close to us.

FiSH Neighbourhood Care- Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen ONLY

Voluntary neighbourhood help for the residents of Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen.

FiSH combats loneliness and social isolation in older and vulnerable people living in Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen, enabling them to live independent and dignified lives. We connect the community through a volunteer network offering friendship, support and practical help.

Friends of Wandsworth Museum

Supporting the Museum & Heritage of the Wandsworth area.

The Friends of Wandsworth Museum is an active and vibrant part of the Museum, bringing people together who share a common interest in supporting the Museum and the social and human heritage of Wandsworth and its surrounding areas.

FST - Battersea Lions FC

Football skills coaching

Battersea Lions FC is an after school football project providing quality football skills coaching alongside valuable personal and social development for under 19s.

FST - Lean on Me

one-to-one mentoring

The Lean on Me Programme is a targeted one-to-one mentoring scheme. We aim to build relationships with young people who are excluded or at risk of exclusion from mainstream education through mentoring, opening the door for us to give them all the support needed.

FST - Learn 2 Live

personal & social development for young people

The Learn2Live Programme is a personal and social development project for young people excluded from mainstream education. Over 2 half day workshops our staff take a therapeutic approach to building good relationships with the young people, making us more able to support them further.

Furzedown Community Network

The Furzedown Community Network (FCN), is made up of local people keen to promote a sense of community in Furzedown. We work to improve our neighbourhood, which includes organising the annual Furzedown Festival and smaller events such as quiz nights.

Glory of God Ministries

Christian ministry - Refugee Centre - Community Outreach

As a Church of Christ Jesus, we believe in helping the needy, as written in the Bible. So we take this as our daily duty wherever we are. A broad range of support is provided by the Church. We offer both spiritual aid and physical aid.

Go Anywhere, Do Anything

Share

Go Anywhere, Do Anything is a project at Share that supports people with learning disabilities to make the most out of London. We'd like to encourage people to try new things, from rollercoasters to rollerdiscos. We are interested in finding out what makes people happy, and then making it happen.

GoodGym

Do Good, Get Fit

GoodGym helps you get fit by doing good. We’re a group of runners that combines regular exercise with helping our communities. You can run in a pack, do one off missions to help vulnerable people or commit to visit an isolated older person every week. We run all over London every week.

Granard Children's Centre

Granard Children's Centre provides a warm, welcoming space where you and your child can have fun and learn. Our aim is to work with parents and carers of age 0-5 years and parents-to-be to improve children's prospects through better access to services.

Guide Dogs

London Mobility Team

Guide Dogs provide mobility and freedom to blind and partially sighted people. Our dedicated team of supporters & staff help deliver a range of mobility services, whether its training guide dog partnerships, empowering people through sighted guide, or supporting people through our buddy dog scheme.

Ham & Petersham SOS

Neighbourhood care group

Ham and Petersham SOS is a neighbourhood care group for elderly and disabled residents of Ham and Petersham. We provide transport, weekly activities, monthly outings and practical help.

Hampton & Hampton Hill Voluntary Care

We aim in providing help and support to those in need.

Hampton & Hampton Hill Voluntary Care was inaugurated by local people in 1974 to be a good neighbour to residents of the area suffering social isolation through infirmity, mobility problems or any other reason.

Handyperson Service

DIY Help for over 60s - Age UK Wandsworth

The Handyperson service undertakes minor repairs, DIY-style tasks and other small jobs in or around the home. The service is available to anyone aged 60-plus whether homeowner, private or council tenant.

Hard of Hearing Group

Social group and advisory service for hard of hearing

Meetings held on 2nd Friday of each month. We host guest speakers and organise visits to places of interest. We currently also operate as an advisory service, so feel free to drop in with any queries. All are Welcome, hard of hearing or just interested. To find us...

Hearing Link

connecting people

We are the UK organisation for people with hearing loss & their families. We make it easy to find information, services & support, and to connect with others to share experiences & advice.

Heritage Wandsworth Partnership

local history & historic environment partnership

Our vision is to inspire an interest in Wandsworth's history to promote a sense of place and belonging to the borough, its villages and communities, and to encourage all residents to gain an understanding of the heritage and contribution of local people from all cultures.

Home-Start Richmond

Family Support Charity

Home-Start Richmond is part of Home-Start UK, the leading family support charity. We offer outreach services through volunteers giving regular support, friendship & practical help to families under stress, helping to prevent family crisis and breakdown. We work in Richmond, Kingston and Hounslow,

Hope Support Services

Supporting young people through a family health crisis

If you're aged 11 or over and a close family member has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, we are here for you. Wherever you live you can access safe online support in a way that suits you.

Independent Age

Advice and support for older age

Independent Age can provide you and your family with clear, free and impartial advice on the issues that matter: care and support, money and benefits, health and mobility. A charity founded over 150 years ago, we’re independent so you can be.

Infuse Youth Cafe

Cafe & Music Venue

Infuse is a cafe and music venue for young people in the Clapham area. Come over for music, Wii, food, table-tennis, drinks, or just to chill on the sofa. We will be open on Wednesday and Thursdays from 3.30PM-6.30PM. Get in touch for more information.

Islamic Resource Centre

We offer free services to the community in a number of languages.

The Islamic Resource Centre is a charitable organisation offering free services to the community in a number of languages including; English, Urdu, Punjabi, Arabic and Persian. IRC is an equal opportunity project aimed at meeting the needs of the community.