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The Brix at St Matthews ChurchBrixton HillLondonSW2 1JF
The school of communication arts specialises in offering students an unorthodox yet effective model of vocational learning. With over 800 industry mentors available to their students. SCA is the place to be if you want to fast track into advertising or other artistic and creative industries.
Seafarers' Link is a project run by Community Network, a registered charity that provides telephone friendship groups to reduce loneliness and social isolation. Seafarer's Link runs telephone friendship groups for ex-seafarers and their families. Anyone with a seafaring background can become a member including former Merchant Navy, fishermen, retired Royal Navy, Royal Marines, WRENS. It is also open to anyone who has served or worked at sea and their families. Each group is made up of 6-8 members, together with a volunteer facilitator. Taking part in a group is a…
30 Avenons RoadLondonE13 8HT
Shpresa Programme (Shpresa) is a charity that promotes the participation and contribution of Albanian-speaking refugees and migrants in the UK. Through our services and projects, we encourage and support individuals and families to play a positive and active role in British society. Services include: Education Advocacy Training Advice and Support Volunteering Migrant Health Fostering Domestic…
Three Cs Support, Unit 4, 82-84Childers StreetLondonSE8 5FS
Three Cs stands for ‘Control and Choice in the Community’ for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges. They provide support for living in Lewisham, Southwark, Greenwich, Newham and Redbridge, through Community Support, Supported Living, and Social Inclusion and Day Services. They sell services to individuals on personal budgets or through direct payments. Three Cs’ approach is based on the social model of disability and the recovery model of mental health. Three Cs offer three different types of support for living:…
Surrey Docks Watersports CentreRope StreetGreenland DockLondonSE16 7SX
You can quickly pick up the basics in our easy to sail accessible dinghies. The dock provides a sheltered environment in which to learn with experienced volunteers. Soon you will have learnt enough to sail on your own or to crew on the Hawk dayboats. This gives you a head start if you want to do a formal course; the Surrey Docks Watersports Centre has regular sailing courses leading to RYA qualifications. For more experienced sailors we have a range of boats to suit all levels of experience and mobility, from pottering to fast racing. We organise racing on most Sundays with coaching…
General Gordon SquareWoolwichLondonSE18 6AB
Following recent Government advice on Covid-19, VCG offices are now closed until further notice. Volunteer Centre Greenwich is still fully operational and the VCG Team is still contactable via email or telephone. We will continue to provide our services remotely - please see our website for further information. If you have a query or need to speak to a member of staff, please contact us on 020 8317 3817, email
Run in partnership with The Camden Society and Advocacy for All, this project offers mentoring and one-to-one support for adults with a learning disability and/or autism living in Greenwich. Volunteer mentors receive a Level 2 Award in Mentoring training before working with clients. Clients are able to access volunteering and training opportunities.
237 Pentonville RoadLondonN1 9NJ
Volunteering Matters, formerly known as CSV, is a national charity leading UK volunteering in policy and practice. We know that people are experiencing social isolation and huge inequalities in their communities. We also know that by investing in people through volunteering we can reduce inequalities and isolation to build stronger more inclusive communities. By focussing on the needs of 4 groups of people; disabled people, older people, young people and families we inspire our committed and ambitious volunteers to power change in their communities. We do this by…