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10 Results for - Benefits and money - SW18

Age UK - Information, Advice and Support Service

Independent information, advice and support for older people

Age UK Wandsworth provide a free independent information, advice and support service to people aged 60-plus living in Wandsworth and their carers/relatives. They can help with: Money and benefits, housing, fuel bills, health and disability, help at home, care homes, social activities and transport.

Age UK Wandsworth

Services for people aged 60 plus living in Wandsworth

Our mission is to promote the well-being of all older people and to help make life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience. Our services are open to all older people aged over 60 and their carers through our offices in central Wandsworth. Age UK Wandsworth recognises the positive contribution older people make to society.

Deaf Drop in Service

Wandsworth Council - Adult Social Services

Providing information, advice and guidance Every Tuesday 10am-12pm and 1pm-4pm Service only available to residents of Wandsworth Borough Minicom: (020) 8871 8485

Earlsfield Foodbank

Giving food and care to Local people in need

Every Thursday morning at St John the Divine Church, Garratt Lane, our registered charity 1167812 gives food bags to up to 30 people in need. We are in urgent need of tinned and packet food. This can be brought to St Johns on a Thursday morning or left in the box at Earlsfield Library.

Family Information Service

Your Family Friendly Guide

The service has information on how to find: - childcare, including nannies; - education; - family support services; - financial support for families; - activities to do with your child; - working in childcare; - health information; - school holiday activities.

Fuel Poverty Drop-In Centre

fuelbanks and families

fuelbanks and families are running a new drop-in centre to reach more families in need within the community. We can offer a one-off £49 PayPoint voucher which is accepted on all prepayment meters. We help families with children aged 18 or under living at home. Tuesdays 10am-12pm.

Information & Advice for Carers

1:1 Advice Service - Wandsworth Carers Centre

Workers can provide FREE and CONFIDENTIAL support and information on a range of issues. Including access to health & social care services. - Appointments avaliable in the centre, or where possible, we can visit you at home. - Hindi, Punjabi, Gujrati, Urdu, Vietnamese and Cantonese spoken.

South Thames College

South Thames College offers a range of qualifications from MBAs to accountancy exams, from A-levels to HNDs, from apprenticeships to vocational classes. Over 21,000 students are enrolled at South Thames and government funded courses like BTEC Nationals and A Levels are free for 16-19 year olds

Wandsworth Council

number one for service and value

The local authority for Wandsworth, we provide numerous and varied services across the borough; from care and advice to leisure and community facilities.

Wandsworth Refugee Network

Wandsworth Refugee Network is a small voluntary organisation, based in South West London, which visits prisons to provide emotional and practical support to people being held post-sentence under immigration control. Currently our work is primarily within Wandsworth Prison.