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  1. Abilitynet

    AbilityNet exists to change the lives of disabled people by helping them to use digital technology at work, at home or in education.

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  2. Action for Blind People

    Advice in specific areas such as employment, benefits, housing, assistive technology and access to service and grants

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  3. Action on Hearing Loss

    Action on Hearing Loss is the largest UK charity helping people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose. Their Hear to Help service in Camden provides support to hearing aid users, enabling people to make the most of their hearing aid and manage their hearing loss effectively. Please check their website to find out where their drop in hearing aid support sessions are taking place in Camden.

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  4. Africa Advocacy Foundation

    Africa Advocacy Foundation is a community-based charity that works to improve the welfare of disadvantaged people by promoting access to services e.g health, education, employment and other opportunities..AAF has over 16 years experience of supporting disadvantaged individuals and families from diverse communities in London. We work with a range of local partners, service providers, professionals, communities and funders to deliver appropriate and timely interventions for our beneficiaries.

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  5. Akina Mama Wa Africa

    An international non governmental Development organisation for African women. A community-based organisation, which sought to create a space for African women to organise autonomously, network with each other, share skills and expertise, identify issues of concern and speak for themselves.

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  6. Albert Kennedy Trust

    AKT supports young LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made homeless or living in a hostile environment. We aim to meet the individual needs of each young person and ensure we get them back on track in life.

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  7. Algerian British Connection

    The Algerian British Connection is here to help the Algerian community get together to foster cultural links between the British community, to help support the Algerian community and promote Algerian arts, culture and traditions. Also develop cultural and educational activities to benefit the local community as a whole. This group is here to help inform the Algerian community of any social events happening regarding the Algerian community. Its an opportunity for us to voice our opinions and concerns regarding Algerians living in London and Algeria.

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  8. Anglo-Somali Society

    The Anglo-Somali Society is a non profit-making international friendship society whose objective is to foster friendship and understanding between Somalis and the English-speaking world, and to develop cultural and social relations between them.

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  9. Bloomsbury Village Neighbourhood Forum

    Neighbourhood planning forum

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  10. British Humanist Association

    The British Humanist Association (BHA) is the national charity working on behalf of non-religious people who seek to live ethical and fulfilling lives on the basis of reason and humanity.

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  11. Camden Disability Action

    Camden Disability Action is a user-led organisation which aims to promote the equality of deaf and disabled people living or working in Camden.

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  12. Child Poverty Action Group

    Child Poverty Action Group is the leading national charity working to end poverty among children, young people and families in the UK. Our vision is of a society free of child poverty where all children can enjoy their childhoods and have fair chances in life to reach their full potential.

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  13. Community Learning Disability Service

    Works with people with learning disabilities in Camden. There are care managers, support workers and health workers in the team who provide assessments, social work, care management, community support and specialist health services. Also organises day services, respite and supported living and other residential services for people with learning disabilities.

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  14. Doorstep Homeless Families Project

    To provide homeless families, living in temporary accommodation in the London Borough of Camden, with access to services to secure the emotional and practical support they require to enjoy a good quality of life. This involves creating opportunities as well as supporting families to make the best use of any opportunities that arise.

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  15. Filipino LGBT UK

    The Filipino LGBT is a social and informal support group for Filipino LGBT people and friends predominantly located in the UK. The group aims to provide social cohesion amongst its members. The group supports and promotes Filipino artd and culture in the UK. It also supports nominated charities in the Phillipines.

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  16. Grandparents Association

    The Grandparent's Association has been working with and for grandparents to achieve positive outcomes for their grandchildren for decades.

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  17. Healthwatch Camden

    We are a valuable voice in health and social care in Camden. We give out information and advice and champion equality for local people. We have the power to influence the delivery and design of local services, and work in partnership with local organisations. We help shape local services not just for the people who use them, but also for anyone who might need to in future.

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  18. Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants

    Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) is an independent national charity which exists to campaign for justice in immigration, nationality and refugee law and policy.

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  19. Legal Action for Women

    Legal Action for Women (LAW) is a grassroots anti-sexist, anti-racist legal service for all women based at the Crossroads Women’s Centres in London, England and San Francisco, USA.

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  20. Mary Ward Legal Centre

    The Mary Ward Legal Centre provides free, independent advice to people who live and work in London to help them access their legal rights and entitlements. The main areas of law we can help with are debt, housing and welfare benefits. Mary Ward Legal Centre also runs free advice clinics with the support of volunteer lawyers, for people with problems that fall outside of our traditional casework including small claims, tax, consumer and contract law. We do also offer employment advise and advice on disability issues.

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  21. Medical Women's Federation ( previously known as Medical Women's Foundation )

    Medical Women's Federation supports women doctors in the community through various stages in their careers.

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  22. Mencap

    Mencap works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose.

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  23. Meretz UK ( otherwise known as Meretz-Yachad )

    A Socialist-Zionist movement supporting the Meretz-Yachad party in Israel which has the general aims of advancing democracy, promoting peace in the Middle East, supporting human rights and equality between all sectors of Israeli society. In addition Meretz-Yachad UK is a centre for Jewish culture and teaching of Hebrew. Holds events and talks, raising awareness of peace and human rights as well as Jewish festival celebrations. Hall for hire.

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  24. Mexico Amigo

    Mexico Amigo is a registered, non governmental non partisan charitable organisation (Charity No 1014378 registered in England and Wales) established to preserve and promote the Mexican culture and traditions. Mexico Amigo has supported charitable organisations in Mexico for more than a decade. Their focus is to provide funds to assist orphaned, homeless or otherwise disadvantaged Mexican children.

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  25. Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation (MEWS group)

    This organisation was established in 2010 with the aim of overcoming the isolation of vulnerable women who suffered from domestic and honour-related violence. Since then it has been working in the local communities all over London to forge networks of female refugees, to enable them to become friends, share experiences and advice and support each other to beat isolation. With the establishment of welfare, health care, counselling and befriending services, MEWSo was able to provide these displaced women the support that the public local services could not.

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  26. Migrants Resource Centre

    The MRC offers a range of free services to support migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on their journey towards integration into their host society. By supporting them to develop their skills and understand their rights and responsibilities, we enable them to fully participate in and contribute to that society. We provide a safe place in which users are able to learn, to meet with others, to speak out for a better world and to move on feeling stronger.

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  27. Older Lesbian Network

    Open to all lesbians aged 40+

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  28. Our Group - Your Group

    We are a group of parents with learning difficulties who fight for our rights and children's rights to be a part of society. We run our groups every Wednesday from 12 - 2:30 PM. We talk about problems that people might have with their families and support them to move in the right direction or refer them to other helpful services.

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  29. Peel Centre

    The Peel Institute is a charity founded in the 19th century, serving the diverse communities of the Islington, City of London and Camden areas of London. The Peel Institute aims to work with local communities to promote and provide opportunities and facilities for recreation, education, and the advancement of the social, economic, physical and mental wellbeing of those most in need with the aim of enabling long term sustainable improvements on significant issues affecting their quality of life.

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  30. Race Equality Foundation

    The Race Equality Foundation promotes race equality in social support (what families and friends do for each other) and public services (what 'workers' do with people who need support).

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  31. Rwanda Sisterhood Association

    After the 1994 Genocide of the Tutsis, Rwandan women living in the United Kingdom decided to create a support group, The Rwandan Sisterhood Association, to bring together women uprooted from their motherland and give them space in which to develop social cohesion and work together as contributing citizens. This is particularly important for Rwandans whose lives had been badly fractured by the genocide.

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  32. Somali Education & Development Agency

    Employment and training information advice and guidance, job brokerage support, job search support, supplementary school for children from the age of 5-18. Parenting courses (strengthening families and strengthening Communities parenting programme), ESOL Courses up to level 3, SIA security courses, forklift courses and many other skills courses.

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  33. Somali Group

    Provides advice and advocacy; supplementary classes for Somali children of primary and secondary school age; health sessions for women; mother and toddler groups. Promotes healthy living workshops and taster sessions. Personalisation and social care support, translation service and consultancy or brokerage for organisations wanting to work with the community for the benefit of the community. Innovative projects to engage Somalis with the wider community and mainstream services. Alternative email address: cscc@hotmail.co.uk.

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  34. Somers Town Big Local

    The Big Local Lottery funded endowment for the Somers Town area of Camden. The fund will be spent on resident led projects and activities designed to improve the community and the people who live there.

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  35. Southern African Children & Family Welfare Association

    Southern African Children & Family Welfare Associations charitable objectives are to relieve sickness and advance education amongst southern african children, families and carers affected by HIV/AIDS. They help people in South Africa by delivering food and medical aid to people affected by war and educating them on sexual health. They assist young African people living in the London boroughs of Camden, Haringey, Hackney and Islington by providing them with counselling and other physical and educational activities so they can advance in life and develop their skills.

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  36. Street Talk

    Street Talk is a counselling service for women trapped in street based prostitution, as well as women who have been the victims of trafficking. Our aim is to provide professional, specialist care to some of the most vulnerable and marginalised women on our streets.

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  37. The Ingestre Road Good Neighbour Scheme

    Workers and volunteers support older people in their homes. Clients are encouraged to ask for help and support over any concern. Offers befriending, advocacy, escorting and support on visits to doctors etc; help with practical tasks such as gardening, window cleaning, form filling, etc. Exercise class and a programme of day trips and other activities. Volunteers always needed.

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  38. The Refugee Council

    The Refugee Council is one of the leading charities in the UK working directly with refugees, and supporting them to rebuild their lives. We also speak up for refugees using our direct work as an evidence base, and ensure refugees have a stronger and more influential voice in decisions that will affect them. We work with a range of partners and in collaboration to ensure we can best support our clients.

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  39. The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army extends a helping hand to those who are homeless, friendless and in need. We passionately believe that no one is beyond hope, however great their problems. That disadvantaged people are given respect and access to the practical, social and spiritual support they need to realise their God-given potential and recover their personal dignity.

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  40. Total Family Coaching and Parenting

    We are a multi-lingual team offering services to ethnic minority families in their own language including Arabic, Albanian and Urdu. We offer evidence based parenting programs to families in group and 121 settings. We use a family coaching approach in working with refugee children, young people and their families to increase resilience, reduce the impact of trauma and help them reintegrate into the community.

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  41. WAND UK

    The Women’s Association for African Networking and Development is a London wide charity based in Islington which works with women in the selected boroughs of Islington, Camden, Hackney, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. WAND was established in 2004 and became a company by guarantee and charity in 2005. WAND aims to support and empower African women especially refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and other vulnerable groups including HIV women

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  42. WinVisible

    Grass-roots multi-racial group for women with disabilities of all ages, situations and backgrounds. Self help information and support, including support by and for refugees and asylum seeking women with disabilities or long term ill health. Also support and information for independent living and against discrimination. Volunteers welcome. Active against homecare charges and rationing, against violence against women with disabilities, for benefit rights and employment rights, asylum and disability, transport and many other issues. Take part in the Global Women's Strike on March 8th, International Women's Day, and solidarity action with women gas survivors in Bhopal, India. Member of the Campaign Against Care Charges in Camden (CACC)

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  43. Women in Prison

    Established in 1983 by Chris Tchaikovsky (a former prisoner) Women in Prison supports and campaigns for women affected by the Criminal Justice System (CJS). WIP is the only women-centred, women-run organisation that provides specialist services to women affected by the criminal justice system both in prison and in the community throughout England. We have bases in London, Woking and Manchester.

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  44. Women's Resource Centre

    WRC is the leading national umbrella organisation for the women’s sector, working 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. We hope to act as a role model within the women’s sector, as an organisation run on feminist principles and supporting other women’s organisations to live feminist values.

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