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These are the organisations and groups that are coordinating volunteers, either via virtual groups (Facebook, Twitter etc) or face-to-face in the grassroots centres in London W10 and W11.
Complementary Support Teams UK (CST-UK) has been set up by Jane Lawson, of ‘Natural Approach School and Therapies’ in Gloucestershire. Firstly set up to respond to Grenfell, it is building momentum and hopes to be able to have enough volunteers to be able to continue to respond to other UK disasters, nationwide. It’s a charity …
MISSION STATEMENT The mission of The Independent Volunteer Network is a service that supports the living and well being of families, survivors and those affected by the Grenfell Fire tragedy. We are a not for profit organisation who initially seek to accomplish the rehousing of those affected by the fire. Our volunteer network provides help …
Community volunteer support group set up by volunteers in the wake of #GrenfellFire. Building bridges between volunteers, communities and government bodies.
Creating mindful spaces across W11 We are a small group of volunteers who met whilst packing boxes at Edward Woods Community Centre. Together with KwaAfrica and guided by the requests and desires of the Community Champions, we have put together both a short and long term plan to pay tribute to those loved and lost …
One of the key grassroots centres providing support and coordinating help for the community.
The community response to the disaster has been phenomenal. Ever since St Clement’s church opened at 3am on Wednesday morning [14 June], help has been pouring in. Very many thanks to those who have their time, or who have donated food or supplies. However, we are no longer taking clothes donations. The Kensington and Chelsea Foundation …
After the devastating fire in Grenfell Tower we have been asked how people can best support us as a church and local residents affected. Please continue to pray for us as we respond to the needs of our community in the immediate aftermath of this tragedy and over the coming months. We’ve been overwhelmed by …
The Harrow Club W10 has been a key centre for coordinating volunteers and offering support to those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire on 14 June. The primary aim of the Harrow Club W10 is to provide local young people with accessible and high quality opportunities, enabling them to maximise their life chances and to enhance their …
Grenfell Hope Project is a large group of volunteers committed to building a resilient community following the fire disaster that happened on 14th of June, 2017 in West London. We will not replicate any work but rather fill in the gaps in disaster response, relief and recovery as the efforts continue. We provide basic psychosocial …
We are offering support to those affected by the fire and the wider community. The church is open for prayer and practical assistance between 9am and 7pm. Collecting for and donating money to Grenfell families. We have collected many tonnes of used clothes and toiletries which we are currently processing. Three tonnes of donated food has …