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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

arts health research

Breathe Arts Health Research C.I.C designs and delivers innovative and well-researched ways of using the arts in healthcare. Their flagship project is Breathe Magic, an evidence based intensive therapy programme for young people with hemiplegia.

Brighthearts

for heart patients aged 13 -21

Brighthearts is an exclusive forum especially for 13-21 year olds from the Childrens Heart Federation. Its a place to meet people of a similar age from around the UK with a heart condition.

British Heart Foundation (Putney)

Charity Shop

Our vision is of a world in which people do not die prematurely of heart disease. We'll achieve this through pioneering research, vital prevention activity and ensuring quality care and support for everyone living with heart disease.

Building Employment Skills & Training

Mental Health Support & Employment Support

Anyone who wants to use our BEST service will take part in an initial assessment with a Community Programmes Co-ordinator to identify his or her goals, and together they will start making a plan to achieve them. We provide one to one advice and guidance, training, up-skilling and more.

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

Cambrian Community Centre

We are a community centre that have been supporting health and community for over 25 years!

We wish to respond to people in Richmond and their needs by providing facilities that benefit the community, provide a focus for community activity and a venue for local groups and services,

Camp Can Do

Summer Holidays for Teenagers with Special Needs

Camp Cando is a grass roots voluntary organisation for young people with special and behavioural needs. Every year we give a group of young people from London the opportunity to spend a life enhancing and fun week away from home in the summer.

Capital Growth

London's largest food growing network

Capital Growth is London's largest food growing network, with over 2,000 gardens throughout the city. We offer in-kind support to people who grow their own food in the city, including providing access to discounted training, networking events, support with growing to sell and discounts on equipment.

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.

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 Adults with Learning Disabilities Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

A self-help group by Wandsworth Carers' Centre, Carers of Adults with Learning Disabilities Group is for people who care for adults with Learning Disabilities, aged over 35. It offers an opportunity to meet other carers, to find out about services and discuss ways of coping.

Carers of Older People Support Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre - Support group

We are a friendly group offering support to others caring for anyone over 65 years of age. Our meetings take place on the 4th Wednesday of each month, 11am-1pm at Wandsworth Carers 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 Support Merton

Supporting Unpaid Carers

We are a charity set up in 1992 for the sole purpose of providing FREE and independent information, advice, support, advocacy and respite to the many carers in the London Borough of Merton. We provide a range of regular events and activities for carers, as well as training and support.

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.

Caterpillar Music

Music for Babies & Todlers

Our weekly classes for babies and young children offer a unique introduction to music with exciting themes, colourful instruments and amazing puppets. We have provided a fun and a creative learning experience enjoyed by thousands of families every week since 2001!

CCHF All About Kids

Residential activity and breaks for disadvantaged children

CCHF All About Kids (formerly The Children's Holidays Fund) has helped over two million disadvantaged children by providing a range of residential activity and respite breaks. We improve the quality of children's lives and help them to recognise their potential in a safe and happy environment

Central London Golf Centre

Golf Club

Play, learn, practice and enjoy golf at Central London Golf Centre The Golf Centre situated in the heart of Wandsworth offers: - 9-hole Pay and Play Golf Course (no membership required) - Floodlit Driving Range - Junior Golf Academy, Ladies Academy and Beginners Golf Academy - Function Suite

Certitude

Personalised support in social care

For people with learning disabilities or mental health needs and for their carers and families we can offer: round the clock support to independent living in the community; training and mentoring to build skills and confidence and support in finding fulfilling and reasonably paid employment.

Chair Based Exercise Class

Every Monday from 4.30 - 5.30 pm

Keep Moving and Get Fit for over 55s This popular chair based exercise class is ideal for those with walking or standing difficulties or those who fancy trying a new activity.

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

Chelverton Court

Sheltered Housing Scheme

Chelverton Court is located in the heart of Putney on a quiet residential Road. We are a spacious, bright, modern community in which to live, with a happy, friendly atmosphere. The appartments are well equipt - some with balconies - whilst all benifit from our communal garden & facilities.

Children @ aspire

Children's activities, Aged 2-16

@aspire, we run a variety of regular classes for children, including: - Karate - Gymnastics - Rock Climbing - Trampolining - DINGDANGDO! (a creative arts & crafts club for Pre-schoolers) - Swimming Lessons & 'swimfit' for teens We also offer a range of fun & active children's parties!

Children with Cancer UK

Fighting childhood cancer. Saving young lives.

Children with Cancer UK is the leading national children's charity dedicated to the fight against all childhood cancers. Around 3,600 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer every year in the UK. Our aims are to determine the causes, find cures and provide care for children with cancer.

Clapham Film Discussion Group

The film group has been running since 2001, and was set up as a forum for people with an interest in discussing films in an informal way. We meet every other Monday for the six to seven o'clock showing and discuss it afterwards in the Clapham Picturehouse bar.

ClearVision

Postal Lending Library - Children's Books in Print & Braille

ClearVision is a UK postal lending library of mainstream children's books with added braille. Our books all have braille (or Moon), print and pictures, making them suitable for visually-impaired and sighted children and adults to share.

Clover Cafe

Dementia Support Group

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 mont

Colour House Theatre

Children's Theatre - Parties - Theatre School

Colour House is open for a wonderful variety of theatre shows, Children's Parties & Theatre Shcool. Our established Children's Theatre and has now produced and staged over 85 original musical adaptations of famous fairy tales entertaining over 100,000 kids along the way!

Community Clubs

Multi-Sports Sessions for all disabled people

DSC Community Clubs are fun, accessible clubs that provide Paralympic and multi-sports for disabled people aged 11 and over. Club Wandsworth has recently moved to the brand new sports hall at Caius House Youth Centre. It is a well-attended Club where the participants are true sport enthusiasts.

Connexions SW17

Specialist careers advice for young people 13 - 19

Connexions is a service for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 years old if they have a learning difficulty, disability or special need). Personal Advisors provide specialist careers guidance and can give practical support that young people need to make positive decisions and choices in life.

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.

Cooking Club

South West London Vineyard

Come and join us as we gather people from around The Yard who want to learn to cook healthy, delicious food that won't blow the budget. We meet weekly on Wednesdays at 1:00pm in Putney.

CooksForce

Learn basic cooking skills for free

A great opportunity to learn a new skill and to have a good time for free. Improve your basic cooking knowledge in groups of six to ten, through three sessions or more. A community cooking project designed to inspire good practices in the kitchen and wholesome meals from scratch, at home.

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.

Cowick Road

Sheltered Housing Scheme

A single person's sheltered sheme situated in a residential road in Totterdown Fields conservation area. Set allong both sides of a quiet road in close proximity to multi-cultural Tooting and just a stone's throw from the town centre.

Crossroads Care- Richmond & Kingston upon Thames

We're the people Carers turn to.

Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston upon Thames strives to relieve the stresses of relatives and friends caring for someone who has a disability or chronic illness.

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'.

Dangerous Club

free kids club

The Dangerous Club for Boys and Girls is our free kids club for years 4 -6 (Ages 7-11) It runs on the last Friday of every month, 6.30 to 8pm.

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.

Dementia Support Service

Alzheimer's Society UK

This support service provides telephone information and advice and one to one visits to people with dementia and their carers.

Devas Youth Club

Youth Club - 11-19 years

Devas is a large purpose-built youth club offering a wide-range of activities, including: table tennis, pool, football, basketball, IT/internet, dance, boxing, martial arts and a impressive music recording studio. There is also a chill-out room and fully equipped gym!

Digital Music Programme - Electronic Logic

Mental Health Support

” Electronic Logic” is a 10 week long course for people with experience of mental health problems who would like to develop their musical interests, skills and confidence through taking part in a digital music programme.

Disability Sport

Sport & Physical Activity

Please get in touch to find out about sport for disabled children or adults in Wandsworth!

Disability Watersports

For Disabled Young People

Our Summer Watersports sessions return this summer at Wimbledon park. Sessions are aimed specifically for disabled young people and staff are on hand to offer guidance and assistance. Activities will include Sailing, Canoeing and Kayaking.

DisabledGo

Disabled access information in Wandsworth

DisabledGo is the UK's leading provider of online access guides for a huge range of places of interest. Working in partnership with Wandsworth Borough Council, we provide information on the accessibility of shops, restaurants, leisure facilities, council offices & other buildings across the borough.

Do Your Own Thing

Heart N Soul

If you are aged 10 to 25, have a learning disability and are talented then we want to hear from you! Heart n Soul's Do Your Own Thing, creative sessions happen once a month on Saturday afternoons. They offer young people new to the arts training in music, dance, drama, DJing and digital arts.

Dolphins Swimming Club

Special Needs Swimming Club

Dolphins is a term-time swimming club for children over 5 and adults with learning disabilities or mild physical disabilities. Sessions are held at Latchmere Leisure Centre on Friday Evenings (during term time) from 7.30-9pm.

DORCAS

Doing Others Right Caring And Sharing

DORCAS is a Non-profit community organisation run solely by volunteers. We work with the local community to promote healthy living, well-being and positive development for individuals from all walks of life, through a variety of daily activities.

downsyndrome OK

Offering help and support in South East England

downsyndrome OK is a parent led, registered Charity offering help and support to families, professionals and people with Down's Syndrome in Surrey, Sussex and South London.

Earlsfield Library

Public Library

We aim to inspire people and encourage a sense of place through libraries with books, information, learning, online access and services for every resident in spaces that bring local communities together.

Earlsfield Reminiscence Group

Earlsfield Library

Talk about our memories of life in Earlsfield. Meets the last Monday in the month unless it is a Bank Holiday in which case meetings are held the week before 2.00pm-4.00pm

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.

East Hill Baptist Church

Embracing Wandsworth for Jesus

East Hill Baptist Church is a diverse church community, united around our faith in Jesus Christ. Located in central Wandsworth, we aim to play an active role both in the church and the wider community.

Elays Network

Youth Empowering their Peers

The Elays Network is a youth project, not only for young people but lead BY young people too! We offer a range of positive activities which support creativity, physical activity and education, with the aim of having a positive knock on effect for our members and their communities.

Enhanced Children's Centre

For young children in Wandsworth with extra support needs

The Enhanced Children's Centre is a provision specifically for families with young children (0-5 years) with special educational needs, complex medical needs and disabilities.

Eritrean Muslim Community Association

Supporting the Eritrean community in the UK

The Eritrean Muslim Community Association is a charity, which aims to address the social, welfare and cultural needs of members of the Eritrean community in in the UK.

Ethnic Minorities Advocacy Group

EMAG

The Ethnic Minorities Advocacy Group, is an independent voluntary organisation working for equality and fairness in the Black and Ethnic Minority communities living and working in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

Ex-carers Support Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

This is a group where people who have stopped caring for someone can have a cake and a cup of tea and receive support to help you get started on your own life after caring. We meet every fortnight on Wednesday afternoons 2 - 4pm.

Exercise on Referral

Wandsworth

Exercise on Referral is a programme, where GP's or medical professionals can refer patients for exercise at their local gym to treat a medical condition.

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.

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.

Family Learning

Fun sessions for all the family!

Wandsworth Family Learning is part of the council's Lifelong Learning Service. It offers a free programme ranging from one-off workshops to longer courses involving dads, mums, carers and children aged 0-16.

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.

Free Cakes For Kids UK

Wandsworth group

Free Cakes for Kids is a community service to families who find it difficult to provide a birthday cake for their child. The cakes are baked by volunteers from your community with your kid's favourite theme or style. Free, friendly and confidential.

Friends of Projects by the Blind (Wandsworth)

Raising funds for projects by blind people in Wandsworth.

We are a registered charity, committed to raising funds to supply transport and any other requirements for projects by blind or visually impaired people.

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.

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.

Future Skills Training - FST

delivering training and support to at risk young people

We are a small local charity that invests in young people enabling them to re-engage in the learning process. We strongly believe in the power of relationships which we build with all our young people enabling us to engage those most hard to reach.

Gardening Club

Doddington and Rollo Community Roof Garden

Paul's Cancer Support Centre provides a gardening club in partnership with The Doddington and Rollo Community Roof Garden. Anyone is welcome to visit the garden each Wednesday from 12.30pm.

Generate

Opportunities for people with learning disabilities

Generate is a charity that aims to create better days and better lives for people with a learning disability by working together with them and the people who know them well. We aim to help provide purpose, develop independence and encourage connections through people, places and activities.

Girlguiding London South West

Part of the UK's leading charity for girls & young women

We give girls a space where they can be themselves,have fun, build friendships, gain valuable life skills and make a positive difference to their lives and communities. We build girls' confidence and raise their aspirations, giving them the chance to discover their potential and be a force for good.

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.