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Tooting Neighbourhood Centre

Providing care and support to local communities since 1984

We are a leading health and social care agency with a distinguished track record of caring for adults, the elderly, people who are recovering from mental distress, and also many other vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the community.

Tooting URC

United Reformed Church

Tooting URC is part of the South West London Group of United Reformed Churches. We are a community focused church committed to engaging with local people and community needs. The church is also, of course, a space for people to explore and deepen their spiritual life - a place to meet with God!

Townswomen's Guild

Earlsfield Evening Group

The Earlsfield Evening Townswomen's guild is a small friendly womens group. We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to hear from a selection of interesting speakers or socially for tea and biscuits, dinner or games nights.

Trinity Hospice

Hospice

Trinity provides expert, compassionate end of life care, support, information and advice to patients and those close to them in our central and south west London community.

Trinity Road Chapel

Evangelical Baptist Church, Upper Tooting

Trinity Road Chapel is an evangelical church in Upper Tooting, close to Wandsworth Common, Earlsfield, Balham, Battersea and Clapham in South London. We are a friendly and Bible-based Baptist church.

Trinity United Reformed Church in Wimbledon

Trinity is a congregation of the United Reformed Church located in the heart of Wimbledon and offering a place of worship and service to the community. We are a lively and diverse congregation, meeting together for Sunday Worship at 11am.

Twickenham Library

Richmond Libraries

Twickenham Library offer a range of books and other learning resources. We also hold free Storytimes and special events for Children and teens as well as regular adult reading groups and events.

University of the Third Age

Wandsworth

The Wandsworth University of the Third Age (U3A) provides daytime education, leisure and cultural activities to people no longer in full-time employment, giving them a chance to meet new people in an informal and friendly environment.

Upper Tooting Methodist Church

Upper Tooting Methodist Church is an inclusive and welcoming, community with members from all over South London and further afield. Worship is the centre of our expression of faith. Sunday services are held each week at 11 am.

ValueYou

The Volunteer Recognition Scheme

ValueYou is a volunteer recognition scheme that provides regular volunteers with a free discount card that they can use in almost 500 independent businesses across eleven London Boroughs including Wandsworth. Volunteers can also choose a gift voucher.

Vi-Ability

Run the Club Programme

Vi-Ability provides opportunities for people of all ages to develop skills by offering training, work experience and qualifications in commercial sports management. In doing this we also help to sustain thriving community sports clubs around the UK.

VISOR – Visually Impaired Society of Richmond

An independent charity for blind & visually impaired people in and around Richmond

VISOR is an independent charity run by volunteers, many of whom are themselves visually impaired. We offer support, advice and social activities to blind & V.I people across and around Richmond Borough.

Voicing Views

Mental Health Project

A service user project that works with the Mental Health Trust, the Clinical Reference Group and Adult Social Services on matters relating to the delivery and development of mental health services in the borough. If you use mental health services in Wandsworth contact John Morrill for more details.

Volunteer Police Cadets

Total Policing

The Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) is a uniformed voluntary youth organisation, supported by the MPS, open to young people aged 13 -18 from across London's diverse communities, irrespective of their background or financial circumstances and including those vulnerable to crime or social exclusion

Volunteering Wandsworth

Inspiring & supporting volunteering in Wandsworth

Would you like to volunteer? Volunteering Wandsworth is the service provided by the charity Groundwork London. We aim to inspire and support volunteering across the Borough.

Walk and Talk Group

Battersea Seventh-day Adventist Church

The Walk and Talk group meet outside Battersea Seventh-day Adventist Church church every Monday at 10.30am. We welcome people from all age groups to join us for a walk through Battersea Park, followed by light refreshments in the church.

Walk the Walk

Uniting Against Breast Cancer

Walk the Walk is a grant making charity dedicated to raising money and awareness for vital breast cancer causes. We are passionate about encouraging healthier living as part of prevention. Unite against breast cancer with Walk the Walk at one of our fabulous events in 2015!

Wandsworth Asian Women's Elders Project

Drop in Advice & Community Centre

We offer a lunch club and drop in centre Monday - Wednesday for older women in the Asian community, providing a range of educational and social activities as well as practical support.

Wandsworth Care Coordination Centre

Trinity Hospice

The Wandsworth Care Coordination Centre - one point of contact for all your needs. The aim of the Centre is to ensure people with a progressive, life limiting illness can access the services and support they need from one place so they can be cared for in their own home or care home.

Wandsworth Cemetery

est. 1878

Wandsworth Cemetery was opened in 1878 and has a chapel where services can be conducted. The cemetery has an attractive main drive with an adjacent garden area that looks over the Wandle Valley and beyond.

Wandsworth Community Chaplaincy Trust

Wandsworth Community Chaplaincy Trust is a partnership between Wandsworth Prison, its multi-faith chaplaincy and the community. It seeks to develop links in the community to support the resettlement of people released from prison

Wandsworth Community Transport

Transport for Community Groups and Disabled People

WCT provides accessible minibuses to community groups and individuals in Wandsworth. In addition, we offer trips to elderly and disabled residents of the borough. Application forms for membership may be obtained by telephoning WCT on 020-8675 3812.

Wandsworth Congolese Community Association

Supporting the Local Congolese & African Francopone Communit

We aim to relieve the poverty, hardship and distress of Congolese people and African Francophone Refugees & Asylum seekers living in the UK.

Wandsworth Diabetes Patient Group

NHS Patient Group

Wandsworth Diabetes Patient group gives Diabetes patients, in the Borough, the opportunity to exchange their experience of the Illness, Self-management and Treatment. All are welcome.

Wandsworth Floating Support Service

Floating support for people with mental health needs

This service provides floating support to people with mental health needs in the London Borough of Wandsworth.

Wandsworth Independent Living Forum

Voice for Deaf & Disabled People in Wandsworth

WILF seeks to be the voice of disabled people in Wandsworth, promoting awareness, independence, choice, empowerment, and mutual support.

Wandsworth Independent Living Scheme

Catch 22

Catch22 Wandsworth Independent Living Scheme provides support to young people leaving the care of Wandsworth Children's Services and to those who have moved into supported housing. We work to provide outreach support to young people in independent accommodation throughout the borough.

Wandsworth Learning Difficulties Network

WLDN

WLDN (the Wandsworth Learning Difficulties Network) is for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities who want to contribute to the improvement and development of health and social care services.

Wandsworth LGBT forum

Wandsworth Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Forum

Wandsworth LGBT forum was set up in 2005, to improve the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people living, working and studying in Wandsworth. We welcome all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, who live, work, study or socialise within the Wandsworth borough.

Wandsworth Mediation Service

Community and Family mediation

We are a self-funded charity offering a free mediation service to Wandsworth residents. Through a team of local, trained volunteer mediators we offer community and family mediation to our local community.

Wandsworth Mencap

Wandsworth Mencap provides information and support to family and carers of people with learning disabilities. This service is unique in Wandsworth Borough, in that it has gained the trust and confidence of families. It empowers vulnerable carers and people with learning disabilities equally.

Wandsworth Oasis

Charity Shops - Supporting People Affected by HIV

Wandsworth Oasis aims to support people living in Wandsworth and the surrounding areas who are affected by HIV. Our charity shops help to fund organisations which cover all areas of HIV care including counseling and support, nutrition advice, HIV campaigning and knowledge sharing.

Wandsworth Older People's Forum

To be a voice for older people in Wandsworth

The Forum was set up in 1991 to be a voice for older people in Wandsworth. - We have both individual and voluntary organisation members. - Activities include our quarterly newsletter, monthly meetings & conferences twice a year.

Wandsworth Quakers

Religious Society of Friends

Quakers share a way of life, not a set of beliefs. We seek to experience God directly, within ourselves and in our relationships with others and the world around us. We meet together for worship in local meetings which are inclusive and open to all.

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.

Wandsworth Service User Forum

Drug and Alcohol Service User Involvement

The project works in partnership with the Drug and Alcohol (DAAT) commissioners and providers to implement effective service user involvement and the monitoring, design and commissioning of services. Wandsworth Service User Forum (WSUF) facilitate and co-ordinate a borough wide substance misuse user group. The Forum channels issues, concerns and information between service users, providers and strategic groups.

Wandsworth Training & Resource Centre

Youth Club & Community Centre

Our Youth Club offers young people (11-19 years) a place to learn have fun and relax. Monday-Friday, 3.30-9.30pm. As well as the Club we also offer young people the opportunity to complete the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. - The Centre's facilities are available to hire.

Wandsworth Wellbeing

Metropolitan

Wandsworth wellbeing is a free service that supports Wandsworth residents aged 55 and over to live independently at home. We work with the NHS, social services, carers and relatives, and other agencies to offer practical assistance so our customers can manage their health and wellbeing.

Wandsworth Young Carers Project

Family Action

Wandsworth Young Carers Project supports children and young people aged 5-18 who are affected by the illness or disability of a family member and provide care (physical and/or emotional) to that family member.

Wandsworth Youth Council (WYC)

A Youth Voice group for young people of Wandsworth

WYC are a group of young people aged, 11- 19, who design and run events that ensure all young people have a say on issues that matter to them! They also take part in consultations helping to shape, design and evaluate services for young people. They are all about Youth Voice and being Youth Led!

WCA

WCA was established in 1991 and became a registered charity in 2005. We manage a number of service user involvement projects, including Healthwatch. Beneficiaries include Mental Health Service Users, Learning Disability groups, People with Addictions, Physical Disability Communities and carers. We serve as a conduit between public service providers and service users.

Well Met - (Peabody)

Befriending scheme for older and/or vulnerable clients

Peabody are one of London's biggest and oldest social housing providers. Peabody is also involved in a wide variety of community projects. Well Met is a befriending scheme for older and vulnerable clients across the borough of Wandsworth.

West Hill Baptist Church

Wandsworth

West Hill Baptist Church is a diverse and inclusive church family, serving the Wandsworth locality. Our main service is held on Sunday morning at 11am.

West London Family Church

Fulham

We are a vibrant family church in Fulham, and we welcome you to come and share fellowship with us. Sunday service is held at 11am - All are welcome.

West Side Church

Loving, Living, Serving, Growing

West Side Church is a group of people seeking Jesus and committed to our community and our world. We warmly invite you to join us.

Westminster Community Befriending

Mental Health Support

Our community befriending service teams up befrienders with people who often find it hard to cope, to manage day to day matters or to take an active part in community life. We support people with mental health problems to connect to the services and support their need to manage life independently.

Whitton Community Association

Our aim is to provide facilities for the inhabitants of Whitton and the surrounding area.

Whitton Community Association and Social Club is run by volunteers and our aim is to provide social welfare, recreation, health & fitness, leisure and education for the local residents.

Whitton Library

Richmond Libraries

Whitton Library offer a range of books and other learning resources. We also hold free Storytimes and special events for Children and teens as well as regular adult reading groups and events.

Wilditch Community Centre

Battersea

The Wilditch community centre is a public facility, run by Wandsworth Council. The centre is open seven days a week offering a range of community activities. The Wilditch's facilities are also available to hire.

Wimbledon and District Synagogue

Wimbledon Park, South West London

Wimbledon and District Synagogue is a thriving Reform congregation with a membership from all over South West London. They organise a range of religious and community activities and are actively engaged, with the local Jewish and wider community.

Wimbledon FoodBank

The Trussel Trust

13 million people live below the poverty line in the UK. Wimbledon Foodbank will provide a minimum of 3 days emergency food and support to local people in crisis

Wimbledon Mosque

Your Mosque. Our Community.

Wimbledon Mosque is a place of worship for Muslims in Wimbledon. Prayers take place five times daily at the masjid along with Jumaah prayers and many other social activities, including football for Muslim young people. The Mosque holds many community-orientated events for Muslims and non-Muslims.

Women of Wandsworth - WoW Mums

Making our community stronger through self-help

Women of Wandsworth - WoWMums - are a group of mothers from Wandsworth who are trying to educate and entertain their children by broadening their perspectives on life in multicultural and international spirit and yet teach them about importance of their community as well.

Women Only Gardening Programme

Thrive

Free women-only gardening programme in Battersea Park, which could lead to gaining a City & Guilds qualification in Practical Horticulture.

Women's Health and Equality Consortium - WHEC

Women's Charity Partnership

The Women's Health & Equality Consortium is a partnership of women's charity organisations, all of who share common goals of health and equality for girls and women. WHEC was set up as a Strategic Partner of the Dept of Health in response to its request to engage directly with the Community Sector.

Women's Resource Centre

WRC is the leading national umbrella organisation for the UK

Women's Resource Centre (WRC) works towards linking all aspects of the women's movement. We support our members to be more effective and sustainable through training and we lobby the government on their behalf on a range of women's issues.

Wood World Mission

Helping to Meet the Needs of Humanity Worldwide

Wood World Mission is a charity helping people who are in conditions of need or hardship or who are aged, widowed, orphaned or sick and to relieve the distress caused, overseas and in the UK. Provides a One to One Counselling and Referral Service, Seminars, Events and Youth meetings.

Worcester Park Baptist Church

We are a Baptist church in the Worcester Park area.

Our morning service starts at 10.30am and we celebrate Communion on the third Sunday of every month. These are either led by our Minister or one of our Worship Team. After our service we have a prayer team available to listen and talk with you as well as tea, coffee and biscuits.

Word Up!

Active, Constructive and Positive

Word Up! is about people with learning difficulties; their lives, views, opinions and achievements. It gives them a platform where they can make their voice heard and share information with others. A tool to express themselves with and to educate others.

WORLD bytes

The School of Citizen TV

WORLDbytes is a unique online Citizen TV channel set up and run by the education charity WORLDwrite. Dedicated to advancing new knowledge, skills and ideas, the charity promotes excellence in citizen reporting and provides free training to volunteer-learners.

Yahweh Christian Fellowship

A caring church that serves the community

YCF is a Church with UK Charity status that has been serving the community and borough since 1997. It has since become a unique resource in the community, providing mentoring, professional counselling and developmental courses for all.Sunday worship is at 9am and 11am.

You matter to us Coffee Morning

Yahweh Christian Fellowship

Held every 2nd Monday of the month for senior citizens in the local community, 10am - 12pm. Come along for a cuppa & chat, enjoy the activities and socialise together.

Youth Advice Network

Youth Legal

Youth Advice Network is a website directory and service for Wandsworth Young People to easily find information and services you require in the borough.You can search what you are looking for on the website or contact us directly if you want more help with finding or accessing to the services listed.

YOUth Legal and Resource Centre

Free independent legal advice for young people under 25

YOUth Legal's aim is to improve the quality of life of vulnerable Young People in South West London by making available independent, free legal advice in social welfare law, to young people with a focus on those with disabilities, mental health issues, care leavers and carers.

Youth Opportunity Fund

Funding available to young people for their projects or events

The Youth Opportunity Fund is a pot of funding available to young people aged 11 - 19, or up to 25 if they have a disability, who live or study in Wandsworth. Young people can apply for up to £4,000 of funding for their project idea.