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This listing aims to give an overview of provision for children and young people affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. This could include information about youth projects, schools and nurseries, art groups, therapy groups, etc.
Mental health support is available to young people affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy who are returning to school. Headteachers will continue to run parent meetings and provide specialist support and advice for students, as well as providing other support resources for schools. Place2Be is working with local schools who have identified a need for …
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.
Are you a voluntary or community organisation working in North Kensington to help children, young people and families affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster? Could you do more with additional resources? In order to increase access to funding, a group of funders has come together in a coalition to create a simple application process to …
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 …
Family Friends has launched a special programme for families affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, either directly or indirectly. The free programme will give extra support to families this  autumn. Family Friends will match a reliable, trained, screened and supervised volunteer to a family, who will provide practical and emotional support in the family’s home. …
Summer programme for children, by Hear Women Organisation @Hear_women is running a summer programme for children at the Al Manaar Mosque. Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays, 10am–4pm. 24 July – 30 August 2017 See event page
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.
Have you been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire? Join us for free music therapy sessions run by Nordoff Robbins, a national charity that changes lives through music. No previous musical skills or experience needed. Time: 10:30 – 12:30 and 2- 4pm Date: Tuesdays, starting 25 July 2017 Venue: Notting Hill Methodist Church, 240 Lancaster Road, …
We have programmed an exciting variety of art-based activities, some as drop-in’s (no booking required) and some bookable, for ages 0-12yrs and their parents/carers. These range from Art & Science, to Flag-making to Printmaking. We are also running a series of Story Creative sessions for our younger audiences. Refreshments available at each workshop. See the …
[Text from Facebook page] Hello! Thank you for visiting 🙂 This page is being run by a campaigner whose uncle sadly passed away on the 14th June. We have lots of donated toys and we are looking for more as we are hoping to reach as many of the children who lived in Grenfell Tower …