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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. ACBBA

    An independent, not-for-profit enterprise development organisation established in 2004 as part of a European Union funded initiative to test new approaches to making enterprise available to all.

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  3. Ad Parnassum (Geyer Productions Ltd)

    a not for profit organisation in high end drama working with young people.

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  4. Afro Congolese Women Organisation & Development

    Provides help, support and direction for African women in need. Services include help to get skills, qualifications, training, employment and advice. Also assists the children of African women to get education support and advice.

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  5. 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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  6. All Souls Clubhouse

    The All Souls Clubhouse is an independent Charity which serves the local community by running projects to meet local needs and offering its resources to local groups. We provide services for children, young people, parents and older people regardless of ethnicity, race, sexual orientation or religion. We are part of the Church of England in the Diocese of London.

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  7. Alone In London

    Alone in London works to support young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, providing a range of services to support young people.

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  8. Ardhmeria Ltd (Supplementary School in Camden for the Albanian Community in the UK)

    We offer supplementary classes for Albanian pupils. We carry out mother tongue, English and maths classes up to GCSE levels for Albanian children, organise social and cultural events such as traditional dancing classes, engage young people on different sport activities and provide training and confidence building for Albanian speaking women. We provide employment and career advice. The Supplementary classes for Albanian children aged 5 - 16 years of age runs every Saturday at St Augustine's Church of England High School, Oxford Rd, North Maida Vale, London NW6 5SN. Please ring Ardhmeria Ltd to enrol your children.

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  9. Asian Women Lone Parents Association

    It works to support Asian women, who are lone parents and their children by providing services that enable them to improve their lives and wellbeing.

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  10. Asperger London Area Group

    ALAG is a community organisation working in partnership with local authorities and the voluntary sector to highlight the needs of people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC).

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  11. Bengali Workers' Association

    Bengali Workers’ Association was founded in 1976 to work for the development of the local communities, in particular the Bengali community. BWA provides employment and training advice, support to older people, enabling them to find out about their local services, community education such as Bengali language classes for young people, a Surma Youth Club, enabling young people to take part in a range of activities and a Welfare and Benefits Advice Service. Please visit the website for more information.

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  12. Bert Jansch Foundation

    The Bert Jansch Foundation embraces the rich heritage of acoustic folk music and celebrates its creativity. The Foundation's charitable aim is to support the next generation of acoustic musicians by providing early career and educational opportunities. Contact the above for details of activities taking place in Camden.

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  13. Black Training & Enterprise Group

    The Black Training and Enterprise Group was established in 1991 by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations and a group of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) voluntary organisations. In 1996, BTEG registered as a charity (No 1056043) and company limited by guarantee (No 3203812). BTEG plays a unique role by supporting BAME civil society organisations, providing a national voice and promoting equality, inclusion, collaboration and entrepreneurship in BAME communities. BTEG is a respected and resilient organisation and celebrates its 21st anniversary this year.

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  14. Camden Carers Service

    Camden Carers Centre is a local voluntary sector charity,which gives advice and support to carers from all communities living in the London Borough of Camden. Camden Carers Service (CCS) is a partnership between Camden Carers Centre and Centre 404

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  15. Camden City of Sanctuary (Free Computer Classes for Refugees and Migrants)

    We have 10 computers available, on a fortnightly basis, for an hour and a half at Swiss Cottage Library for refugees/asylum seekers looking to learn basic computer skills. This is free of charge. Please contact David with the email above if you would like to reserve a computer.

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  16. Camden Collective

    Collective is a registered charity offering workspace, courses and collaboration for a growing community of Creatives in the heart of Camden. Collective is migratory and builds on a legacy of successfully acquiring and re-purposing vacant and underused spaces. We provide free hot-desking space and subsidised offices for start-ups and training academies in creative and digital skills.

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  17. Camden People First

    We support people with learning difficulties living or working in the London borough of Camden through services which enable people with learning difficulties to obtain their full rights and privileges as citizens. We advance and promote the education of self advocacy for people with learning difficulties and educate the public on their needs.

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  18. Casa Latino Americana

    The Latin American House is a registered Charity that aims to provide space and support for Latin Americans, Spanish and Portuguese speakers and local communities in our multicultural Kilburn.

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  19. Cocoon Family Support

    Cocoon Family support is a London based charity. We support those affected by postnatal depression, and mothers who are struggling to deal with difficult emotions before and after birth. We aim to provide a range of services for those affected by Postnatal Depression including one to one home visits either at Cocoon Family Support or in the comfort of your own home. Cocoon Family Support was founded by Jessica Warne. Jessica founded Cocoon after experiencing postnatal depression after the birth of her daughter.

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  20. Common Purpose

    Common Purpose is an independent, international leadership development organisation. We give people from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors the inspiration, skills and connections to become better leaders at work and in society. We develop their ability to work together, innovate and to thrive in different cultures - this helps people, organisations, cities and regions to succeed.

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  21. Communities into Training and Employment (CITE)

    CITE helps people to gain employment or to increase their employability as they progress towards employment. We also help people to continue to develop their skills in the workplace and to progress to their next job. All of our services are driven and structured with job retention and job progression goals in mind, so we have two customers: the individual and the recruiting employer.

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  22. Cricklewood Homeless Concern

    CHC is about supporting change, it is about offering opportunities for positive change.

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  23. CSV

    RSVP, the retired and senior volunteer programme, is a free standing programme within CSV, which encourages the growing number of those aged 50+ to volunteer in their local area in England, Scotland and Wales.

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  24. Dementia UK

    Dementia UK is a national charity, committed to improving quality of life for all people affected by dementia.

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  25. Dialogue (previously known as Camden Mediation Service)

    We recognise that while conflict can create difficult situations, tackling it is an opportunity to create real and lasting change. We provide mediation services for separated parents and for couples who are divorcing or dissolving a civil partnership. We also work to help improve society’s understanding and use of mediation. Founded in 1994, we have 22 years’ experience of supporting people in conflict. Our mission is to support people in conflict to find their own solutions through dialogue.

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  26. Elfrida Rathbone Camden

    Elfrida Rathbone Camden works to achieve independence, empowerment and personal development for disabled people, children and young people, parents and families.

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  27. Freedom from Torture ( previously known as Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture )

    Freedom from Torture (previously known as The Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture) provides therapeutic care for survivors of torture in the UK. Since it was established in 1985, over 52,000 people have been referred to the organisation for help. Freedom from Torture provides medical and psychological documentation of torture, a range of therapies, including psychotherapy, individual and family counselling, physiotherapy and complementary therapies and group work as well as practical advice and support.

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  28. Gong Fu Tea Ceremony Culture

    With the aim to bridge culture gap and contribute to communities of diverse backgrounds, we provide Gong Fu Tea Ceremony at events and workshops.

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  29. Harrington Scheme

    Harington aims to provide young people who have learning difficulties or disabilities with life skills and vocational training that will enable them to lead fuller lives and to participate more fully in the community and the economy.

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  30. Heath Hands

    Heath Hands is a volunteer organsiation created to help preserve the special character of Hampstead Heath and to give everyone who enjoys the Heath the opportunity to make a difference. Our volunteers work with City of London Corporation and English Heritage staff members on a variety of conservation and maintenance tasks, all over the Heath and Kenwood. There are work sessions throughout the week and at weekends, as well as special events and visits to other local open spaces.

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  31. ICYE UK (Inter-Cultural Youth Exchange)

    Inter-Cultural Youth Exchange (ICYE UK) is an ethical international volunteering charity and was established in 1993 to work in the field of intercultural learning and youth empowerment.

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  32. Institute of Family Therapy

    The Institute of Family Therapy is committed to a policy of equality and the elimination of discrimination in all aspects of its work, whether in relation to race, colour, ethnic origin, disability, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital status, culture, nationality or class.

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  33. Interchange Training

    InterChange Training and Development is a social enterprise and has over 20 years experience providing training and development to civil society, public and private sector organisations, social enterprises and charities. We are an approved Institute of Leadership and Management, Education Development International and OCR centre and achieved IiP recognition in July 2009 and the Matrix Standard in December 2011.

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  34. Iranian & Kursish Women's Rights Organisation

    IKWRO’s mission is to protect Middle Eastern and Afghan women and girls who are at risk of ‘honour’ based violence, forced marriage, child marriage, female genital mutilation and domestic violence and to promote their rights. We provide direct services for women and girls, including advocacy, training and counselling. We also provide advice and support to professionals from bodies such as the police, social services and schools to help them to understand issues affecting minority ethnic women and we campaign for better laws and their effective implementation as well as for appropriate resources to uphold the rights of women and girls and ensure their safety.

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  35. Jeebon Bengali Healthy Living Consortium

    Promotes healthy living and healthy eating (including smoking cessation), organises indoor and outdoor exercise classes, and offers health training to community leaders.

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  36. Jobs in Mind

    Jobs in Mind supports recovery from mental health problems, which are a major factor involved in problems at work, risk of job loss and prolonged unemployment.

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  37. Kentish Town Somali Welfare Association

    Mother tongue and ESOL classes, homework club, youth sports, women's group, training, advice and guidance. Supplementary school at Queens Crescent Community Centre, please ring for details.

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  38. KIDS Special Parent Forum

    This group meets each half term to work in partnership with Camden to develop services. It is a useful place to hear about services, meet other parents for mutual support and participate in developing services.

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  39. Kingsgate Community Association

    It was initially set up in 1982 by a group of local people who wished to establish a community centre in what was then a derelict building, in a common effort to provide low-cost activities to people who would not otherwise be able to access them.

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  40. Kordofan Development Foundation

    Provides assistance to people of Sudanese origin with education, employment, representation, counselling, translation and interpreting services.

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  41. Latin American House

    Latin American House (formerly known as Latin American Association) was established in 1983 and is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. They aim to provide space and support for Latin Americans, Spanish and Portuguese speakers in London as well as for other communities in the local area of Kilburn where they are based. Latin American House provide Legal and Social Advice on family, employment and immigration and benefits, a children's nursery and other community learning such as computer and English classes.

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  42. Learning and Development Centre

    Supplementary classes in Maths, English and ICT for children and young people aged 6-16 on Saturdays and after school; drop-in open-learning or use of computer facilities, internet access and online services for local disadvantaged people (Mon-Fri). Hall/room hire to run training, classes and workshops with the capacity of 30 people, available Mon-Fri 9.30am-7pm and Sun 10am-6pm, with the facilities and resources:15 PCs, Internet access, tables, chairs, whiteboards, projector, photocopier and printers. April 2013 - LDC is currently looking for local partners providing supplementary classes, IT/ESOL training courses and workshops to share and use LDC learning centre and its resources during weekdays (Mon-Fri)and possibly Sun.

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  43. LONDEC

    LonDEC is London’s centre for dental postgraduate courses, offering post graduate education and professional development for the entire dental team.

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  44. London West End Women's Institute

    London West End WI is part of the National Federation of Women's Insititute, the largest voluntary organisation for women in the UK. If you want to join, please meet us on the third Wednesday of every month from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm in: Upper Vestry Room, St George's Bloomsbury, 6 Little Russell Street, London WC1A 2HR.

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  45. London Youth

    We're here to support and challenge young people, whatever their background and whoever they are, to reach their full potential.

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  46. Maximus

    Established in 1975, MAXIMUS is a global company and a leading provider to governments and corporate clients around the world. We currently employ more than 18,000 professionals to deliver health and employment services solutions and large-scale business process outsourcing capabilities. Our operations in the UK include more than 3,500 staff delivering employment, disability and health support and services to more than 1 million people a year.

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  47. 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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  48. 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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  49. 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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  50. NAFSIYAT

    Nafsiyat offers free, short-term intercultural therapy to people from diverse backgrounds who live in Islington, Enfield, Camden and Haringey. We provide therapy in 22 languages.

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  51. NAVCA

    We provide our members with networking opportunities, specialist advice, support, policy information and training. NAVCA is a vital bridge between local groups and national government, funders and decision makers.

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  52. NCI Foundations Charity

    We are a registered charity setup to help the local and international community at large and help the less privileged. Another one of our main targets is within the local community and with the local borough in London at large by collaborating or setting up projects to help the unemployed, help to improve the household income and help keep a viable community. We also aim to help unemployed women back into employment and support mothers who need more awareness of avenues of support within the community.

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  53. North London Master Gardeners

    The North London Master Gardener network has been part of a three year pilot programme managed by national charity, Garden Organic. Garden Organic recruits community volunteers, Master Gardeners, who we train and actively support to promote the benefits of growing your own. Whilst the Head Office is based in Coventry, you can use the website to search for a Camden Volunteer Master Gardener.

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  54. Only Connect UK

    Only Connect is London’s creative criminal justice charity, rooted in community. Our vision is a more connected, human and just society, where we all choose a crime free life. The focus of our work is innovation to reduce re-offending. We work with Londoners aged 16+ with recent experience of the justice system, equipping them with the necessary skills, attributes and positive networks to develop and pursue their life goals without harm.

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  55. Oromo Women Association UK

    The purpose of OWA UK is to promote, preserve and protect the physical and mental health of Oromo women by seeking to advance education about female genital mutilation, domestic violence and stereotypes and to advocate ending the bad practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

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  56. P3 Kilburn Youth Centre

    One stop shop for young people including; a purpose built recording studio, the Well Being Clinic (counselling service), youth projects and accreditation, the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual project, schools based workshops, advice and information service (welfare benefits, careers, employment and debt), housing and homelessness service and the e-Learning project teaching basic IT skills.

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  57. PACE

    PACE is a grass-roots charity based in the London Borough of Camden. Founded in 2012 by a group of parents, childcare and play work professionals who came together to start a social enterprise, PACE came into being with the specific aim of developing inclusive, high quality play and childcare services and to support parents into work and training. PACE deliver a wide range of services, including after school and holiday play provision, early years childcare, overnight ‘short breaks’ for children with disabilities and mentoring services for children excluded from school.

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  58. 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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  59. Philadelphia Association

    THE PHILADELPHIA ASSOCIATION was founded in 1965 by R. D. Laing and colleagues in order to challenge established ways of thinking about and treating mental distress. For more than fifty years we have offered an open-minded alternative approach to psychotherapy that is unique in Britain.

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  60. Positive Action for Somali Women Association

    To promote the benefit of Somali women in Camden, London and the surrounding areas, in particular those who are first generation refugees by the advancement of education and training; the relief of poverty, sickeness and distress; the promotion of good health; and the provision of recreational facilities in the interests of social welfare with the object of improving their conditions of life.

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  61. Psalm

    Resource centre available for those working with older people across London offering advice, information and internet access. Provides seminars, workshops and short courses on topics covering retirement, spirituality and later life, loss etc.

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  62. Qalam Education Resource Centre

    Qalam Relief and education is charity based in the United Kingdom. We focus on mainly education in UK. We have recently established Qalam Islamic Centre London Kilburn high road. We have madrasa Qur’an after school, and we are planning to offer children tuition for weekends.

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  63. Refugee Womens Association

    Our aims and objectives are to empower refugee women, promote and raise awareness of the public and decision-makers about the needs and aspirations of refugee women as well as about their positive contributions to UK society and provide a model of good practice, showing a way of overcoming difficulties between different groups and people of different backgrounds.

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  64. Richard Reeves Foundation

    The Foundation makes grants to a small number of partner organisations to help young people in our area of benefit (London boroughs of Islington and Camden as well as the City) through education and training.

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  65. Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

    The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) offers world-leading vocational training for actors, stage managers, designers and technical stage craft specialists.

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  66. Scots Care: Blether Buddies Befriending Service

    ScotsCare supports Scots and the children of Scots living within a 35 mile radius of Charing Cross. The charity provides a range of services including financial assistance through grant giving, advocacy, housing, social events, access to counselling, career coaching, befriending and more!

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  67. Shadow Women's Centre

    Provides support to people of a particular racial or ethnic origin. Helps with education and employment, the relief of poverty, health, accomodation and housing, advocacy and advice and information.

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  68. 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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  69. Somali Sports & Education Service

    (A) TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF PERSONS, IN PARTICULAR THOSE WHO ARE SOMALIAN OR OF SOMALI DESCENT, WHO LIVE OR WORK IN THE LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS ('THE AREA OF BENEFIT') (B.) TO PROVIDE FACILITIES FOR THE EDUCATION, RECREATION AND OTHER LEISURE TIME OCCUPATION OF FOR THE SAID PERSONS IN THE INTEREST OF SOCIAL WELFARE WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE"

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  70. St Mungo's (Birkenhead Street)

    We provide a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and work to end homelessness and rebuild lives. We support men and women through more than 250 projects including emergency, hostel and supportive housing projects, advice services, specialist physical and mental health services and skills and work services.

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  71. Tanglaw UK (Previously known as Lingap Filipino Association)

    Provides training skills for women and out of school activities for children. Other services include advocacy, advice and information, community development, employment, art and culture, science, the advancement of health or saving lives and economics.

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  72. The Greater London Forum for Older People

    The Greater London Forum for Older People (GLF) was formed in 1988. The GLF is a voluntary organisation and the umbrella group for older people’s Forums and Groups across the 32 London Boroughs and the City of London.

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  73. The Regency Training Foundation

    We provide life skills training in self development to disabled adults in areas of economic or social deprivation. Runs activities at The Camden Society, Elfrida Rathbone, Mail Out and The Frances Crick Institute.

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  74. 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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  75. Training Link

    Training Link (TL) is a basic skills community learning centre in Somers Town in the London Borough of Camden, close to the British Library. The courses we run can help people find work, or improve their basic skills in English and using computers. All our courses are free.

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  76. Twining Enterprise (Camden IPS and Mental Health Working)

    Twining’s Camden IPS service supports local people with mental health problems to get work and keep work. Our team of Employment Specialists provide one-to-one support to help you think about what work is right for you, help you get the right job and give support to help you keep your job. Our Mental Health Working service covers the boroughs of Camden and Islington, and if you have a mental health problem, we can help with locally based employment support.

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  77. Voluntary Action Camden

    Camden’s Council for Voluntary Service. We are an independent charitable organisation and our mission is to work with the people of Camden to support, develop and promote voluntary and community activity. More than 1,400 voluntary and community groups provide vital activities and services, create local job opportunities and enrich lives in Camden. At VAC we support these organisations so that local people and communities can continue to benefit from a thriving voluntary and community sector.

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  78. West Euston Partnership

    West Euston Partnership is a community charity working to tackle inequality in health and employment opportunities. Services for health and well-being such as HealthTrain, run at WEP's other location which is called the H-Pod, include free Yoga classes, an adult community choir and Ability Bikes in Regent’s Park, to enable people over the age of 11 with physical or learning disabilities to cycle. Employment and training services include The Job Co-op, an essential resource to help Camden residents get on training courses and find work, The One Stop Shop where people can have free access to computers, IT training, and an after school study support project.

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  79. 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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  80. 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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  81. Workers Educational Association

    Founded in 1903, the Workers' Educational Association (WEA) is a charity and the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education, delivering 9,500 part-time courses for over 74,000 people each year in England and Scotland. With the active support of over 400 local branches, 3,000 volunteers, 2,000 part-time tutors and 60,000 members the WEA provides high quality, student-centred and tutor-led education for adults from all walks of life. We also maintain our special mission to provide educational opportunities to adults facing social and economic disadvantage

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  82. Youth Access

    To help and educate young people to develop their social, physical, mental and spiritual capacities so that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society, through the work, in particular, of our constituent members.

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  83. ZAD Foundation

    Provides support, networking and training for young people and people of ethnic minorities in particular women to improve skills and move forward in life.

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