How you can help: Tools & equipment, Volunteer - practical skills
Volunteering is at the heart of our communities. It is an excellent way to meet new people, gain the skills and experience needed to advance your career, improve your well-being, and connect with people in your neighbourhood
Samaritan Soup Kitchen is run by Destiny House International Church. The church recognises the great need in these difficult times to lovingly relieve hardship by providing hot meals, food bags and occasionally donated clothes to the homeless or those struggling to make ends meet.
How you can help: Finance & fundraising, Training and Management, Volunteer - creative skills, Volunteer - practical skills
London Autism Group Charity is holding a monthly Community Café drop-in at the lovely St Andrews Church, Mount Park Road, London W5 2RS.
How you can help: Finance & fundraising, Volunteer - practical skills
We have raised £10,000 for this 12 month program, and are seeking to raise a further £5000 to ensure that our families can afford the fees. With families paying £5 per session, for a 6 week course at £30 per 6 weeks in comparison to £75 as per our other clubs, without funding. The cost of the venue is higher than any of those we use for our regular club and this prevents us from adding free spaces.
How you can help: Finance & fundraising
If you enjoy spending time with people and have some skills you’d like to share, we’d encourage you to make contact with us.
How you can help: Finance & fundraising, Legal, Marketing & communications, Research, Tools & equipment, Training and Management, Volunteer - creative skills, Volunteer - practical skills