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These organisations are on the ground in W10 and W11. They are assessing needs, matching volunteers with jobs, and liaising directly with those requiring assistance.
A childcare room is open daily at The Curve so that young people and families can enjoy film screenings, child entertainers, and art therapy —————- The Grenfell Assistance Centre is hosted at The Curve, 10 Bard Road, W10 6TP. From gov.uk: “The Grenfell Fire Response team are currently responding to what the community are telling them …
The Olive Branch Charity was created to provide children/young adults, surrounding Grenfell, with a therapeutic and knowledgeable experience through nature.
The Support 4 Grenfell Community Hub is a partnership of charities offering a range of support, counselling and advice for children, young people, parents and families affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
We really want you to contact us if you have a health worry. We’re here to help you and your children access emotional, health and wellbeing and urgent mental health support. These services are free and confidential. Walk in service at The Curve We run a walk in service at The Curve, 4 Bard Road, …
A therapeutic centre is open at Claire Gardens Children’s Centre, 349 Westbourne Park Road, London, W11 1EG from 9.30am to 5.30pm from Monday to Friday. Every weekday there will be a different therapist on site, with therapies across the week including Reiki, Indian head massage, massage and reflexology. More types of treatment will be added …
Midaye services have been affected by the Grenfell Tower Fire, our staff, volunteers and service users have been affected by this tragedy. As a charity we continue to mourn the great loss that our community has suffered and stand with surviving families and individuals. Our focus is ensuring our community receives the support it needs …
Drop in for a cup of tea and a chat every day at 2pm. Grenfell residents are welcome to pick up essentials from the Village. The Village ran a summer 2017 programme, information here.
Through its work with local schools and community centres, Grief Encounter is supporting victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, and their extended families. “We are committed to a long term involvement with the children affected by these events, and will ensure they are the priority moving forward.” Grief Encounter ran a two-week summer camp, 31 …
An initial group of artists was convened at the Bush Theatre by Mark Thomas to respond to the Grenfell atrocity. This is a sub-initiative of that group that seeks to support existing efforts to ensure all children and young people affected have access to free creative summer activities linking artists and art therapists. We hope …
A dedicated support service for ALL those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, including evacuees from surrounding areas. Call the GMRU (020 3670 6004) for support with cash grants, supplies, therapists/doctors/translators, legal help, meals, emergency accommodation and burials. August 2017: Release of grants to former residents of Grenfell Tower [PDF].