We offer debt advice (including benefit advice if related to debts) and budgeting advice.
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The Grove Community is a church plant in partnership with the Eden Network and the Church of England.
A WHOLE range of different services for disabled young people and adults as well as their parents and family carers.
Greenford Library offers a library and warm space from Monday to Saturday: 12noon-5pm.
St Mary's Church in Hanwell offer a free and accessible warm community space on Tuesdays from 9.
We are Ealing’s very own local field hockey club at the heart of the leafy West London Borough.
Hanwell 2 Hanwell provide Food Grab Bags to older people, carers/family members Thursday between 11.
Emmanuel Church provides a warm space free of charge with an accessible entrance, every Wednesday between 12noon-2pm and Sunday between 11am-4pm.
Voice of women offer ladies yoga, strength & balance fitness sessions, knitting, digital classes, and English classes.
Legal Advice in areas of Housing , Immigration and Welfare Benefits
Our warm space takes place in our accessible church hall at Greenford Baptist Church, Beechwood Avenue, Greenford on Mondays from 9.
The UKIM West London Islamic Centre provides a free, accessible warm space, between 12.
Jubilee Garden Library offers a library and warm space from Monday to Saturday 12noon-5pm.
The Welshore Community Hub was founded in 2010 by residents of Catalyst Housing Limited in West Ealing for community engagement of their residents; this Hub is run by residents who are all volunteers.
Build on Belief Foodbank at the RISE building in West Ealing.
We support families of children with special educational needs and disabilities living in Ealing with advice, information and support.
Pitshanger Methodist Church offer a free, accessible and comfortable warm community space on Mondays between 2pm-5pm, with a tea club for senior citizens.
CAWOGIDO focus on BAME Women’s health, mental health and social care to address the lack of access to services or promote preventive health services by BAME women in Ealing.
West Ealing Community Library offer a free and accessible warm community space on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 10am–5pm.
Perivale Library is an accessible community managed library with lending and reference books.
The Charity is based at our centre in Hanwell.
Ealing Soup Kitchen is a Christian Ministry of hope and help alleviating deprivation caused by homelessness and has been helping the over 18's our clients who are homeless, mentally challenged, lonely and in need.
St Barnabas Church Memory Cafe provides a free, accessible warm space, on Thursdays between 10.
Light Foundations is a non-profit organisation that was established in 2012 dedicated to positively impacting the lives of our community members by providing support for prevalent issues such as mental health and employability.
One Stop Shop advice service for all residents of Ealing covering areas including welfare benefits, housing, debt, travel concessions, immigration, social care, consumer, disability rights, equipment and adaptations.
We work with: Adults over 18 Those living in the borough of Ealing Those who experience severe & enduring mental health issues Clinical presentations we typically work with include – Complex depression and anxiety Bipolar disorder Psychosis Personality disorders PTSD We provide: 1-1 Psychological support using the mental health recovery star.
We provide: Sunday worship services Friday morning parents and toddlers group (during term time) Friday afternoon primary school children's group (during term time) Third Saturday morning we have Dads on Duty for men and young children
Boxing / self Defense classes for women, young people and children.
Sunday services - we meet at 10.
Football Club Cricket Club Youth Club Holiday Camps
A day centre specialising in supporting people who are diagnosed with Dementia, early onset memory loss, Alzheimers and other health issues.
Clementina Day Centre offer a free and accessible warm community space where you can make friends and play on Mondays and Wednesdays between 10.
Free legal advice + casework for people who cannot afford to seek legal help.
Ealing Central Library offers a Library and Warm Space within Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre.
We are a charitable organisation that provides opportunities for young people between the ages of 14 to 21, often marginalised young people coming from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
A warm welcoming space.
Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, provide cooked meals to que & collect but can deliver to those unable to collect.
Northolt Leisure Centre Library offers a library and warm space Monday-Saturday.
St George's Church provide a free and accessible community warm space on Wednesdays between 10:30am-2:30pm.
Acting for film/Camera and Sound workshops for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic young people aged 18-25, unemployed or at risk of committing crime in the community by building their confidence and giving them a new focus point through filmmaking.
Northolt Library offers a warm space and library six days a week.
MCPS is a low-cost counselling and psychotherapy clinic based in Ealing.
Southall Christian Fellowship offer a free and accessible warm community space at the former Southall Library building on Osterley Park Road every Tuesday from 2pm-4pm and Friday between 10am-1pm.
Education and Skills Development Group (ESDEG) provides a warm friendly space for you to relax or get advice and support free of charge, every Thursday between 10am-3pm.
Saint Joseph the Worker Parish Church in Northolt offers a warm space on Wednesday and Sunday between 11am-2.
At St Mary's Church in Norwood Green, you can expect a warm welcome at our new Cosy Corner, our free community warm space held every Wednesday between 10am-2pm.
Ealing Music Service (EMS) is the lead organisation of Ealing Music Partnership (the Music Education Hub for The London Borough of Ealing).
Southall Library has recently relocated to the newly refurbished Dominion Centre.
Mael Gael provides a free, accessible warm space, from Monday to Friday between 10am-4pm.
Parents Action and Resource Centre formed in February 2016.
St John's Church in Southall Green offer a free warm and accessible community space on Mondays from 11.
As a charity organisation, the AFNO ethos is to promote integration and social inclusion among London's Nepalese Community, specifically the more isolated elder community.
We turn empty spaces into growing spaces offering residents an outdoor space to gain skills in gardening and learn how to grow their own food, including ways to keep their local environment Greener and Cleaner.
Our warm community space takes place on Wednesdays 9.
We offer football to ages 5 and upwards to Adult.
Asian Community Concern helps the vulnerable women and women who are suffering from domestic violence and abuse.
Powerday Hooks Boxing ABC (formally Hooks Boxing ABC) is a tremendously successful, voluntary, sporting club connected to the London Borough Ealing and surrounding communities, whilst being a member of the National Governing Body England Boxing and proudly work across and with all genders and ethnic sections of the community.
We create arable space in schools and public spaces.
Writing, Acting & Publish Project for Youngsters (WAPPY) aim is to develop the creative writing and illustration skills of young people, ages 4 -18 years from diverse backgrounds, and train them to become skilled performers of their creative work, which will be published, exhibited, recorded and/or produced in print or digitally later.
We at Samaritan Soup Kitchen are currently serving between 50 -70 hot meals every Thursday and Saturday to any one in need.
Cultivate London is an independent social enterprise and charity.
We are developing a Neighbourhood Plan, we keep residents up to date with what is happening in the area, from housing developments to what social are taking place in the local parks or cinema.
Acton Homeless Concern is a local charity with two drop-in day centres providing basic needs services and advice and support for homeless and other disadvantaged people.
Descendants is a history and arts-focused organisation aimed at children and young people aged 4-16, primarily but not exclusively of African and Caribbean descent.
The Acton Gardens Community Fridge is an initiative aiming to tackle food waste and food poverty.
Opening hours: Monday: 10am-5pm, Tuesday to Thursday: 10am-7pm, Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday: 10am-5pm.
Get free support, computer and internet access for: Access to training opportunities Structured job searching IT training Confidence building 1-1 Advice and support Mock interviews: tips and techniques CV development.
Jamal Edwards Delve (JE Delve or JED) is a grassroots youth charity founded by Jamal Edwards MBE providing young people in Ealing with opportunities to learn, work and connect.
Support Services for anyone affected by cancer.
We are a business improvement district that works on behalf of the businesses that fall within our BID boundary area.
The Charity’s object is “to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation and creative, educational activities for children and young people in the interests of social welfare and in order to improve their quality of life.
Action West London delivers a wide range of Employment, Education and Enterprise projects for young people and adults who badly need help by providing them direct support and opportunities to improve their lives.
Middlesex Association for the Blind (MAB) is a sight loss charity operating in 9 London boroughs (Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Enfield, Harrow, Haringey.
Breaking Barriers offers one-to-one employment support enable refugees in London to acquire the knowledge, confidence, and experience they need to secure stable and fulfilling employment.