50 Plus Restart
Older people's group
50 Plus Restart is a thriving group that offers advice, activities and support for older people. We meet every Monday from 12midday to 4.30pm. The group is organised by volunteers and offers a range of activities and plans group outings as well. Men and woman of all background are welcome.
60 Plus Cafe
A Cafe for Older People - 60 Plus
We run a drop-in cafe every Thursday between 11.00am and 2.00pm for people over 60 years old. We provide freshly prepared food and a warm friendly environment; we may also be able to help with transport for those with mobility problems. Carers are very welcome.
A 2nd Voice
Autism Parent/Carer Support Group
We are a local group for parents/carers of children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) living in Wandsworth borough & the surrounding areas. The group enables us to give emotional support, signpost to relevant organisations and also offer pastoral care and support, if needed.
Adult Dyslexia Support Group
Merton & SW London Dyslexia Association
We provide a meeting place where adult dyslexics, 16 years upwards, can come and exchange ideas and experiences - both good and bad. Meetings are held every three months on the 2nd or 3rd Tuesday at 8pm at the Wimbledon Guild of Social Welfare. Meetings are FREE and open only to adult dyslexics.
Africa Advocacy Foundation
Promoting Access to Services
Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) promotes access to health, education and other opportunities for disadvantaged people with a focus on families, young people and the elderly. We seek to support and empower some of the most marginalised people in society.
Age UK Wandsworth
Services for people aged 60 plus living in Wandsworth
Our mission is to promote the well-being of all older people and to help make life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience. Our services are open to all older people aged over 60 and their carers through our offices in central Wandsworth. Age UK Wandsworth recognises the positive contribution older people make to society.
Albert Kennedy Trust
Supports LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made Homeless
Every day we deal with the effects homelessness can have on young people's lives. The Albert Kennedy Trust is here to help you if you are: - 25 or under - Are (or think you might be) LGBT - Homeless or living in crisis - Living in a violent , hostile or abusive home
Where little minds get Creative!
Artful Toddler is an Arts & Crafts group that allows young minds to explore their imagination in a safe and fun environment. As well as improving fine motor skills, raising confidence and developing a sense of independence, Arts & Crafts is just plain fun.
Arts 4 Dementia
Empowering people with dementia through the arts
We liaise with arts organisations, theatres, artists, musicians, arts workshop facilitators, memory & care teams and other agencies including the Alzheimer's Society, Age UK, Dementia UK Dementia Pathfinders to set up & facilitate creative projects at arts venues for individuals affected by dementia.
Asian Cancer Support Group
Paul's Cancer Support Centre
The group offers a safe environment in which to exchange experiences, meet others, and to develop a network of support and mutual aid. There will be opportunities to discuss living with cancer and its effects, and to share the changes that cancer has brought to people's lives.
Wandsworth Carers Centre
A self-help group by Wandsworth Carers' Centre, the Aspergers group is here to provide peer support for friends and family members caring for someone with Aspergers. Through the group, you can take part in a range of consultations with local decision makers, helping to raise the voice of Carers.
Autism Black UK
Support group for Parents/Carers in the BME Community
Autism Black UK is a support group for parents and carers in the BME community. The aim is to raise awareness and give mutual support by holding coffee mornings, events and discussions.
Back Up Trust
Transforming Lives after Spinal Cord Injury
We help you get your life back and achieve your goals after spinal cord injury - whether these are about family, work, lifestyle, social life, travel, or simply to feel positive about the future. Our services include mentoring, wheelchair skills training & activity courses as well as support in getting back to work or school.
Balham Milap Group
Social group for older people
Balham Milap Group works with older people to support them to enjoy the benefits of living in Balham. A place to meet like minded people and access infromation and support. Various activities take place such as singing and befriending.
Battersea Community Forum
Voice for Battersea
Battersea Community Forum is an informal group in which community members to work together in partnership as an active 'Voice for Battersea'. We meet quarterly, at various venues. Meetings are open to anyone living and working in Battersea.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Animal welfare organisation
Established in 1860, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of our help. We reunite lost dogs and cats with their owners through our Lost Dogs & Cats Line or care for them until new homes can be found, giving them shelter and the highest standards of veterinary care.
Be a Friend Service - Age UK
Provides home visiting volunteers to isolated older people
This service matches volunteers with older people who live alone and would benefit from a regular visitor for friendship and support. We also make regular telephone calls to keep people connected who are not being visited.
Support and Mentoring
Beyond Barriers offer a mentoring support service for adult carers and former carers from “hard to reach communities", including; Black and Ethnic Minority, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, Refugee and Asylum seekers and people with Mental Health issues.
Bipolar UK - Link Mentoring
Telephone based peer mentoring
Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of bipolar, their families and carers. Link Mentoring provides one-to-one mentoring for individuals with bipolar, as well as family members & carers all over London.
Bipolar UK - Support Group
Peer support for people affected by Bipolar
Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of bipolar, their families and carers. Support groups offer a friendly, confidential, accepting environment to discuss the challenges of bipolar and share useful information.