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Registered charities fundraising and supporting those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.
We offer free and confidential support in a safe environment. If your drug or alcohol issues have increased, maybe as a result of the tragedy, or if you have relapsed after a period of recovery we are here for you.
Working with local football foundations, we offer a four month ‘pre apprenticeship’ programme to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. In West London, this is run in partnership with Chelsea Football Foundation. This course aims to provide employability training and coaching, alongside study in a local college to achieve AAT qualifications. We introduce all young people …
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 …
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. …
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, …
About Westway Trust Westway Trust is a charity committed to enhancing the 23 acres of space under the Westway flyover to benefit local people, making it a great environment to live, work, play and visit. We strive to harness the creativity, heritage and diversity of the area to maintain and improve the places and spaces …
We have been working with our diverse and creative community for twenty years, providing free and affordable art activities for local people in partnership with the NHS, schools and other local community organisations. We would like to offer art and creative opportunities as our response to help the healing of our community after the Grenfell …
“Research from Mind shows that members of the emergency services are even more at risk of experiencing a mental health problem than the general population, but are less likely to seek support. We want to help change this. Following the recent attacks across the UK and the Grenfell Tower tragedy, we want to help and …
Seven Open Age members lived in Grenfell Tower. We are raising funds for the four we know to have survived in order to help them in creating a new home and a way forward. We want them to know that Open Age cares very much about them and that they are very much in our …
Humanity First is raising funds to support the families whose lives have been tragically affected by the fire. The funds raised will help those who have had their homes and belongings destroyed by the fire.