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.
Support for Blind and Visually Impaired People in London
BlindAid has over 175 years of experience of delivering emotional and practical support to visually impaired people living in London. Our core service is Home Visiting; we also provide: Community Projects - Telephone support - Radio loans - Welfare rights - Grants. All of our services are free.
Charlotte Leatherbarrow Foundation
Helping Young Performers - Scholarship Fund
The Charlotte Leatherbarrow Foundation helps talented 8 to 16 year olds who don't have the means to realise their potential in the performing arts. Our aim is to help provide training and support for young performers, both as an artist and an individual, so they can flourish in a challenging and competitive world.
Detatched Development Support
Advice & support for voluntary groups in Balham & Tooting
Detached development support worker, Gillian Thomas offers advice and support for voluntary groups in the Balham or Tooting area. Based in Tooting Hub, she can help with queries on a variety of subjects including; finding funding for your group and registering with Wandsworth Youth services.
Helping you Save Time Finding the Right Grant
Disability Grants is a comprehensive online resource, with information on charities and trusts to help you find a grant for yourself, your family or anyone you are supporting with a disability. Visit our website: www.disability-grants.org or
Friends of Projects by the Blind (Wandsworth)
Raising funds for projects by blind people in Wandsworth.
We are a registered charity, committed to raising funds to supply transport and any other requirements for projects by blind or visually impaired people.
Friends of Wandsworth Museum
Supporting the Museum & Heritage of the Wandsworth area.
The Friends of Wandsworth Museum is an active and vibrant part of the Museum, bringing people together who share a common interest in supporting the Museum and the social and human heritage of Wandsworth and its surrounding areas.
Jack Petchey Foundation
Inspiring young people
Established in 1999, the Jack Petchey Foundation gives grants to programmes and projects that benefit young people aged 11-25. The Foundation exists to raise the aspirations of young people, to help them take advantage of opportunities and play a full part in society.
Paul's Cancer Support Centre
Cancer support services
Paul's Cancer Support Centre provides a range of services for people affected by cancer, their family and friends. Our services can be used at any stage - from diagnosis, through treatment and afterwards. We offer support, information and complementary therapies (massage, reflexology, counselling, hypnotherapy, etc)to our clients. If you want to access our services, call the Centre on 020 7924 3924 to arrange an initial appointment. We are only 10 minutes walk from Clapham Junction station.
Solicitors Benevolent Association
The Solicitors Charity
Every year we help hundreds of solicitors and their families who are in serious financial need as a result of illness, accident, redundancy or some other misfortune. We pay out hundreds of thousands of pounds each year in grants and loans but we need to do so much more. Help us to act... for you.
The Clapham Society
The Amenity Society for Clapham, South West London
The Clapham Society aims to improve the quality of life in Clapham and strengthen its identity and sense of community We seek to promote excellence in new developments as well as conservation of the best features of the past. We want Clapham to be a vibrant, exciting and safe place to live.
Charity Shops - Supporting People Affected by HIV
Wandsworth Oasis aims to support people living in Wandsworth and the surrounding areas who are affected by HIV. Our charity shops help to fund organisations which cover all areas of HIV care including counseling and support, nutrition advice, HIV campaigning and knowledge sharing.
WCA was established in 1991 and became a registered charity in 2005. We manage a number of service user involvement projects, including Healthwatch. Beneficiaries include Mental Health Service Users, Learning Disability groups, People with Addictions, Physical Disability Communities and carers. We serve as a conduit between public service providers and service users.
Women's Resource Centre
WRC is the leading national umbrella organisation for the UK
Women's Resource Centre (WRC) works 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.