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Action Space 

Address:

Cockpit Yard
Northington Street
London
WC1N 2NP

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7209 4289
 

Fax:

020 7209 0198
   

Details:

Visual arts organisation for people with learning disabilities. Runs projects for around London. Run several projects a year in Camden working with a variety of art forms. Participants exhibit and sell their work in mainstream arts venues. There are also opportunities for volunteers to help with projects.

       

Last checked:

01/10/2010

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Age-link Camden Group 

Address:

12 Calton Road
New Barnet, Herts
EN5 1BY

Phone:

020 8449 8272
 

Open:

Daytime and evening.
   

Details:

Takes out elderly people for a drive and tea once a month. Drivers, helpers and hosts, as well as guests, needed. There are 17 groups across London.

       

Last checked:

24/12/2012

 

Original source:

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Age UK Camden Computer Training Project 

Address:

Tavis House
1-6, Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9NA

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7239 0400 (Office)
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9.15am-5.15pm.

Fax:

020 7383 2550
   

Details:

Run computer classes for older people in Camden. 10 week beginners guide to computers, and short courses including beginners Guide to genealogy/family history, Save time and money online, Introductions to social networking, Skype and digital photography. Drop in sessions to help older people who are now active computer users with any issues.

       

Last checked:

03/12/2013

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Age UK Camden Dementia Adviser Service 

Address:

Peckwater Centre
6 Peckwater Street
London
NW5 2LT

Email:

   

Details:

Support for people affected by dementia and those who care for them, providing information, guidance and support. If required, clients can be matched to a volunteer to help them to understand the information given, resolve any outstanding issues and get access to services to which they have been referred.

       

Last checked:

07/12/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Age UK Camden NW3 Good Neighbours 

Address:

Henderson Court Resource Centre
102 Fitzjohns Avenue
London
NW3 6NS

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7443 9241
 
   

Details:

Good neighbour scheme for people in NW3. Volunteers visit and befriend people in their own homes and help with small tasks, such as reading aloud, accompanying people for walks etc. Volunteers are matched with people who fulfil the scheme's criteria.

       

Last checked:

02/12/2013

 

Original source:

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Age UK Camden Volunteering 

Address:

Tavis House
1-6, Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9NA

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7239 0400
 

Fax:

020 7383 2550
   

Details:

Volunteers are involved in a wide variety of areas within Age UK Camden. Current opportunities can be viewed on the website.

       

Last checked:

18/01/2013

 

Original source:

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Alliance of Guardian Angels UK 

Website:

Phone:

07983 597329
 
   

Details:

Contact for details of meetings. Voluntary organisation offering safety patrols on streets, estates and public transport. Offer community safety advice, self-defence advice for victims etc. Speak at schools on issues including conflict resolution and bullying. Volunteering opportunities available.

       

Last checked:

19/11/2010

 

Original source:

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Belsize Community Library 

Address:

Antrim Road
London
NW3 4XN

Email:

Open:

Tue-Wed 10am-6pm.
   

Details:

Belsize Library is run by The Winch from 1st April 2012. Rhyme Time sessions in English, French and Spanish. Community sing-a-long Wed. Volunteers welcome.

       

Last checked:

09/05/2012

 

Original source:

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Belsize Wood Nature Reserve 

Address:

7th Floor
Town Hall Extension
Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8EQ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7974 4444 (Contact Camden)
 

Open:

Sat-Sun 8am-4pm.
   

Details:

A small woodland area beside Russell nurseries.

       

Last checked:

21/02/2013

 

Original source:

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Camden City Islington and Westminster Bereavement Service 

Address:

293-299 Kentish Town Road
London
NW5 2TJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7284 0090
 

Fax:

020 7424 9558
   

Details:

Free confidential bereavement counselling by trained volunteer counsellors.

       

Last checked:

22/11/2010

 

Original source:

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Camden Co-ordinators Workshop and Forum 

Address:

2 Grafton Yard
London
NW5 2ND

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7424 9990
 

Open:

Meetings held quarterly.
   

Details:

Free service for volunteer managers and co-ordinators from all volunteer-involving organisations that are members of the Volunteer Centre Camden. Deals with volunteering developments and issues.

       

Last checked:

19/10/2012

 

Original source:

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Camden Police Special Constables 

Address:

Holborn Police Station
Lambs Conduit Street
London
WC1N 3NR

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 8733 6319
 
   

Details:

Force of trained volunteers working with and supporting local police. Have all the powers of a regular police officer. Required to work a minimum of 16 hours per month.

       

Last checked:

24/06/2011

 

Original source:

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Camden Recovery Peers 

Address:

245 Gray's Inn Road
London
WC1X 8QY

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7520 8682
 

Fax:

020 7837 7498
   

Details:

Volunteer Recovery Champions run weekly Recovery Groups across Camden Drug and Alcohol Services. The Recovery Groups provide peer support and information about services for people in recovery from alcohol and substance use issues.

       

Last checked:

26/09/2012

 

Original source:

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Camden Shares 

Address:

Holy Cross Centre Trust
71 Tonbridge Street
London
WC1H 9DZ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7278 4437
 

Fax:

020 7713 5818
   

Details:

Community network based on a timebank model. Work with individuals and organisations interested in the idea of sharing resource, capacity, skills and knowledge.

       

Last checked:

06/04/2010

 

Original source:

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Camden Society Community Projects 

Address:

37 Greenwood Place
London
NW5 1LB

Website:

Phone:

020 7482 6323
 

Open:

Office hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
   

Details:

Offers community projects throughout the year for adults with learning disabilities. Actively seeking volunteers to help with activities.

       

Last checked:

01/10/2010

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Camley Street Natural Park 

Address:

12 Camley Street
London
N1C 4PW

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7833 2311
 

Open:

Open 7 days a week 10am-5pm (or dusk if earlier). Visits can be arranged on any day of the week.
   

Details:

Nature reserve adjacent to Regent's Canal, with ponds, marsh, woodland and wildflower meadows. Visitor centre, exhibitions and events every weekend. Schools programme in term time. School holiday children's activity programme. Volunteers programme. Regular events. Groups intending to visit should ring first. Drop-in sessions for individuals. Children must be supervised.

       

Last checked:

04/04/2011

 

Original source:

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Capital Clean-Up 

   

Details:

Aims to make London cleaner and greener. The Clean Up is an bi-annual series of volunteering events. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

04/10/2011

 

Original source:

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Castlehaven Community Association Time Bank 

Address:

21 Castlehaven Road
London
NW1 8RU

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7681 8640
 

Open:

Mon, Wed, Thu 10am-6pm (drop ins)
   

Details:

TimeBank offers volunteers the opportunity to exchange skills with each other, and earn time credits which can be spent on theatre tickets, trips, various classes and more. Monthly lunch club. Weekly coffee morning for time bankers to meet and socialise, share ideas and make new friends, Wed between 10am-12noon. Also offers the Big Pot scheme for people in need of a helping hand with shopping, cleaning, cooking, completing forms, help with getting to appointments etc.

       

Last checked:

12/01/2012

 

Original source:

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Child Death Helpline 

Website:

Phone:

0800 282 986 (Helpline)
 
   

Details:

National helpline for anyone affected by the death of a child of any age. Based in Camden and Liverpool. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

05/10/2011

 

Original source:

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Church of St George The Martyr (Church of England) 

Address:

44 Queen Square
London
WC1N 3AH

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7404 4407
 

Open:

Informal services: Sun, 10am and 6pm. Children's groups at the Sun 10am service include: Totzone (tots up to 4 yrs), KidZone for 4-11 year old primary school aged children, and YouthZone for 11+ to 16. Fusion (youth group) Thursday 5.30-7pm.

Fax:

020 7831 0588
   

Details:

Church of England church. Community Ministries includes Parish Projects to support both individuals in the parish and local schools, community centres, etc. The Alpha course runs in the spring (Jan-Mar) and autumn terms (Sep-Dec). Fusion Youth Group (11-16 year olds) on Thu 5.30-7pm.

       

Last checked:

20/01/2012

 

Original source:

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Cinnamon Trust 

Website:

Phone:

01736 757 900
 
   

Details:

National charity for the elderly, the terminally ill and their pets. Services include volunteer network, register of care homes which accept residents with pets,and temporary care for pets if their owners go into hospital. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website.)

       

Last checked:

04/05/2011

 

Original source:

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Communities and Third Sector (Camden Council) 

Address:

7th Floor (Cellular Wing)
Camden Town Hall Extension
Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8EQ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7974 6441
 
   

Details:

Encourage stronger local communities by supporting VCS partners to deliver positive outcomes for local people; stimulating volunteering and promoting better connections between people who live and work in Camden. Current investment programme includes Community Centres Fund, Equalities and Cohesion Fund, Innovation and Development Fund, Volunteering Giving and Exchange Fund, Organisations and market development support and funding of external Advice provision.

       

Last checked:

22/01/2013

 

Original source:

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Communities Division (Camden Council Culture and Environment Directorate) 

Address:

6th Floor
Camden Town Hall Extension
Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8EQ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7974 6960
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Fax:

020 7974 5556
   

Details:

Division bringing together Economic Development, Communities and Third Sector, Community Safety, Emergency Planning and Business Continuity.

       

Last checked:

29/09/2011

 

Original source:

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Community Audit Project (Camden Council) 

Address:

Room 302
Town Hall Extension
Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8EQ

Email:

Phone:

020 7974 2915
 

Fax:

020 7833 0863
   

Details:

Report anti-social behaviour, crime related safety issues directly to the Community Safety Service. The Community Audit Officers will respond directly to the issues and concerns raised.

       

Last checked:

24/07/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Community TIME Camden 

Address:

Abbey Community Centre
222c Belsize Road
London
NW6 4DJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 3397 4583, 07447 932 564
 

Open:

Thu-Fri and occasional Sat, 10am-5pm.
   

Details:

Groups, classes and socials aiming to bring together members of the local community in a network, to learn a new skill, offer their knowledge or help someone plant their spring flower boxes.

       

Last checked:

14/05/2013

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Contact the Elderly 

Address:

15 Henrietta Street
London
WC2E 8QG

Email:

Website:

Phone:

0800 716 543, 020 7240 0630 (Admin)
 

Fax:

020 7379 5781
   

Details:

Volunteers use their cars to take old people out to a traditional tea once a month. Several teams active in Camden. Volunteer car owners and drivers always required. Group also needs volunteer hosts/hostesses to entertain a group of 8-10 elderly guests (and 4-5 drivers) to tea in their own home once a year.

       

Last checked:

04/03/2011

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Crisis 

Address:

66 Commercial Street
London
E1 6LT

Email:

Website:

Phone:

0300 636 1967
 
   

Details:

Crisis at Christmas: Run several day centres and residential centres across the holiday period with a pick up point in Camden. People are taken to day centres and if necessary can be further referred to overnight residential centres, open 24 hours. Crisis is a national charity for single homeless people over 18, including Crisis at Christmas.

       

Last checked:

19/11/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Doorstep Homeless Families Project 

Address:

13a Broadhurst Gardens
London
NW6 3QX

Email:

Phone:

020 7372 0413
 

Fax:

020 7625 8684
   

Details:

Works with families offering a range of play activities for children and various classes for adults, with creche. Free laundry service; secondhand clothing and toys; toy lending library. Volunteer opportunities.

       

Last checked:

25/05/2010

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Dress for Success London 

Address:

Unit 9
89 Shepperton Road
London
N1 3DF

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7288 1770
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Fax:

020 7288 1761
   

Details:

Charity providing a range of services to women who have interviews for paid positions. Mainly provides interview appropriate clothing and self presentation advice. Sees women from every London borough and clients will need to be referred by their Job Centre Plus or Back to Work advisor. Needs volunteers and women's working clothing, accessories, shoes and bags in good condition.

       

Last checked:

07/12/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Duke of Edinburghs Award in Camden 

Address:

Ground Floor
Crowndale Centre
218 Eversholt Street
London
NW1 1BD

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7974 5074
 

Open:

Tue 6-8pm
   

Details:

A voluntary, non-competitive programme of activities for anyone aged 14-25. Available at Bronze, Silver and Gold levels, the aim of the Award is to provide and enjoyable, challenging and rewarding programme of personal development. Participants will get support with setting up their programme and an eDofE account along with the training required for the expedition section.

       

Last checked:

21/11/2013

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Environmental Law Foundation 

Website:

Phone:

020 7404 1030
 
   

Details:

National campaigning organisation based in Holborn. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

14/12/2011

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Everyman Project 

Address:

1a Waterlow Road
London
N19 5NJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7263 8884 (Adviceline and Admin)
 

Open:

Office hours Mon 10am-2pm, Tue-Thu 10am-6pm, 24 hour answer machine.

Fax:

020 7263 8341
   

Details:

Runs an advice line for anyone concerned about a man's violence or abuse. Provides a 30 week therapeutic counselling programme with individual and group work counselling sessions (13 weeks one-to-one counselling, then 16 weeks group counselling), for men who want to stop their violent or abusive behaviours. Provide a support service for partners of men on the programme.

       

Last checked:

19/05/2011

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Family Lives 

Website:

Phone:

0808 800 2222 (Family Lives Helpline)
 
   

Details:

Information, advice and a range of resources aiming to ensure that families get the support they need. Parenting courses (occasionally in Camden). (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

28/02/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Food Chain 

Address:

Acorn House
314-320, Gray's Inn Road
London
WC1X 8DP

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7843 1800
 

Fax:

020 7843 1818
   

Details:

By providing meals, groceries and nutrition information, the Food Chain ensures that people living with HIV in London are able to get well, stay well and lead independent lives.

       

Last checked:

10/09/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Friendship Works 

Address:

Studio 442,
Highgate Studios
53-79, Highgate Road
London
NW5 1TL

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7485 0900
 

Open:

Mon-Thu 9.30am-5.30pm.

Fax:

020 7485 0908
   

Details:

Voluntary befriending scheme operating in Camden and Islington. FUN helps children from lone parent families in Camden and Islington by providing an adult mentor. Mentors meet with the child (or children) once a week, usually at the weekend, for 2-4 hours. If you are unable to commit to once a week but are interested in this role, please contact the FUN office as there may be some flexibility regarding this. Volunteers need to be able to commit to meeting the befriended child for two years (although there will be times for normal holidays).

       

Last checked:

14/02/2011

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Friends of Burgh House 

Address:

Burgh House
New End Square
London
NW3 1LT

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7431 0144
 

Open:

Burgh House is open Wed-Fri and Sun 12 noon-5pm only. Sat by appointment.

Fax:

020 7435 8817
   

Details:

Group supporting the house by fund raising, social and literary events, staffing the shop, stewarding at events and other specialist help. Quarterly bulletin.

       

Last checked:

20/04/2011

 

Original source:

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Friends of Highgate Cemetery Trust 

Address:

Swains Lane
London
N6 6PJ

Website:

Phone:

020 8340 1834
 
   

Details:

Responsible for the management and conservation of listed buildings and landscape in Highgate Cemetery, a Grade II* listed park. Volunteers needed to train as helpers, guides and for other duties. Anyone wishing to tackle tasks on the landscape, under supervision, is welcome. Please phone for more information.

       

Last checked:

01/04/2011

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Go London 

Address:

237 Pentonville Road
London
N1 9NJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7643 1373
 

Fax:

020 7833 5689
   

Details:

Weekend volunteering scheme with one-off projects at community venues: painting, gardening, digging etc. No application procedure, volunteers should check the website calendar and contact the coordinator if there is an event they wish to attend.

       

Last checked:

11/08/2009

 

Original source:

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Goodgym Camden 

Address:

Somers Town Community Centre
150 Ossulston Street
London
NW1 1EE

Email:

Website:

Phone:

07859 878001
 

Open:

Wed 6.45-8.30pm
   

Details:

A group of runners that runs to do good. They get fit by doing physical tasks that benefit the local community. They are always open to new members. Check the website for details of upcoming runs and how to sign up. Members can go for any number of runs and don't need to have any previous running experience, just willing to give it a go. Once you have taken part in a run you will be invited to join GoodGym. Once you're trained you'll be sent missions to complete. These missions may include making deliveries to isolated older people, clearing derelict land and digging to create community gardens. Anyone can send a task and anyone can go running with them, no one gets left behind.

       

Last checked:

24/04/2013

 

Original source:

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Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Voluntary Services 

Address:

Great Ormond Street
London
WC1N 3JH

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7813 8294
 
   

Details:

Recruits and organises volunteers to work with sick children and their parents.

       

Last checked:

17/05/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Greville Place Nature Reserve 

Address:

Ground Floor
Skyline House
200 Union Street
London
SE1 0LW

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7833 2311
 

Open:

Access by arrangement. Volunteer workdays 1st Sun of the month and alternate Weds.
   

Details:

Nature reserve. Conservation volunteer sessions.

       

Last checked:

28/06/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Groundwork London 

Address:

12 Baron Street
London
N1 9LL

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7278 1514
 

Fax:

020 7278 1515
   

Details:

Environmental regeneration charity helping people and organisations to create better neighbourhoods, build skills and job prospects and live and work in a greener way. Work on local projects such as landscaping and installing children's play areas, increasing the recreational use and security of public open spaces, running environmental education programmes, recycling and commissioning environmental art. Use volunteers.

       

Last checked:

10/12/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Healthwatch Camden 

Address:

293-299, Kentish Town Road
London
NW5 2TJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7284 6586
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
   

Details:

Healthwatch aims to be the independent consumer champion for the public, locally and nationally, to promote better outcomes in health and social care for all. It provides intelligence, including evidence from people's views and experiences, to influence the policy, planning, commissioning and delivery of health and social care; it is representative of diverse communities. Locally in Camden, it provides information and advice to help people access and make choices about services. It also provides access to independent complaints advocacy to support people if they need help to complain about NHS services.

       

Last checked:

07/10/2013

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Hearts for Art 

Address:

89d Robert Street
London
NW1 3QT

Email:

Phone:

07845 060 001
 
   

Details:

Youth-run organisation providing art events and workshops for young people (11-15) in and around Camden. Participants are selected through schools. Looking for volunteer staff aged 16-25, please contact Hearts 4 Art directly.

       

Last checked:

04/09/2009

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Heath Hands 

Address:

West Lodge
Kenwood Estate
Hampstead Lane
London
NW3 7JR

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 8458 9102
 

Open:

Work sessions Tue-Sun.
   

Details:

Volunteers carry out tasks such as: picking up litter, planting, weeding and habitat conservation. Supervision, training and equipment provided.

       

Last checked:

15/05/2012

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Holborn Community Association Good Neighbour Scheme 

Address:

35 Emerald Street
London
WC1N 3QL

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7405 2370
 

Open:

Mon-Thu 10am-5.30pm.

Fax:

020 7405 0232
   

Details:

Volunteer befriending for isolated older people in Holborn. Social support, visiting for a chat, possible trips out.

       

Last checked:

11/07/2011

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

Home-Start Camden 

Address:

Camden Family and Youth Resource Centre
7 Dowdney Close
London
NW5 2BP

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7424 1603
 

Open:

Office hours Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm.
   

Details:

Centre aims to prevent family crisis and breakdown. Trains local volunteers to support and provide friendship and practical help to families in their own homes for 3-4 hours per week. Families need to have a child under 5. Volunteers should have parenting experience and centre provides all necessary training and support. Call if in need of a trained volunteer or if interested in becoming a volunteer.

       

Last checked:

23/01/2012

 

Original source:

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Independent Custody Visitors Camden Panel 

Address:

10 Dean Farrar Street
London
SW1H 0DY

Phone:

020 7202 0202, 0808 100 1036
 
   

Details:

Independent custody visitors are volunteer members of the public appointed by the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime. They are authorised to visit detainees in Camden's police stations at any hour, to ensure that they know and receive their rights and are well cared for. New volunteers always needed. Application form available from above address.

       

Last checked:

08/10/2012

 

Original source:

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Ingestre Road Good Neighbour Scheme 

Address:

Ingestre Road
London
NW5 1UX

Email:

Phone:

020 7267 2505 (Answerphone)
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Fax:

020 7267 2505
   

Details:

FUNDING FROM CAMDEN COUNCIL TO BE WITHDRAWN JUNE 2012. FUTURE OF SCHEME BEYOND THAT TO BE CONFIRMED. Workers and volunteers support older people in their homes. Clients are encouraged to ask for help and support over any concern. Offers befriending, advocacy, escorting and support on visits to doctors etc; help with practical tasks such as gardening, window cleaning, form filling, etc. Exercise class and a programme of day trips and other activities. Volunteers always needed.

       

Last checked:

03/05/2011

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

In Touch 

Address:

237 Pentonville Road
London
N1 9NJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7643 1369
 

Open:

9am-5pm.
   

Details:

SERVICE REPORTED TO BE CLOSING AFTER MARCH 31st 2012. Telephone befriending service for people over 60 in Camden. Regular phone calls from volunteers and social events. Teleconferencing provides group support, including a book club, a prayer group and a gardening club. Training and meetings for volunteers.

       

Last checked:

14/03/2011

 

Original source:

Information taken from Cindex local information database

 

IT Can Help London North 

Website:

Phone:

020 7419 4623 (for organisations); 0800 269 545 (for clients)
 
   

Details:

Local branch of national network which gives disabled people of any age assistance with computer problems, hardware or software. Volunteers visit people in their homes to give them help with their own computers.

       

Last checked:

01/11/2013

 

Original source:

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Jewish Museum London 

Address:

Raymond Burton House
129-131, Albert Street
London
NW1 7NB

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7284 7384
 

Open:

Sun-Thu 10am-5pm, Fri 10am-2pm, Sat closed, Jewish holidays closed.
   

Details:

Celebrates Jewish life, heritage, identity and cultural diversity as part of the wider story of British history, drawing connections with other communities. Exhibitions, education programmes and activities for people of all ages, backgrounds and faiths to explore Jewish culture. Talks, walks and tours. Holiday activities for children.

       

Last checked:

03/01/2014

 

Original source:

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Kairos in Soho 

Address:

Unit 1
Archer Street Studios
10-11, Archer Street
London
W1D 7AZ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7437 6063
 

Fax:

020 7437 6065
   

Details:

Community development organisation with a range of services and activities that promote and support the health and wellbeing of LGBT people.

       

Last checked:

07/03/2011

 

Original source:

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Keats Community Library 

Address:

Keats Grove
London
NW3 2RR

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7431 1266
 

Open:

Library: Tue-Wed 10am-6pm, Thu-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat-Sun 12 noon-4pm. Children's area: Tue and Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 12 noon-4pm. Children can borrow books and DvDs during main library hours.
   

Details:

A community-run library and literary centre, opened in April 2012 by a volunteer-run registered charity. Adult fiction and non-fiction lending and reference library; children's library with rhyme-time sessions for under 5s; computers with internet access; free wi-fi; photocopying, newspapers and periodicals; literary evenings with guest speakers; fundraising events.

       

Last checked:

16/01/2013

 

Original source:

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Kilburn Neighbours Good Neighbour Scheme 

Address:

Abbey Community Centre
222c Belsize Road
London
NW6 4DJ

Email:

Phone:

020 7604 4823
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 10am-5pm.
   

Details:

Matches volunteers with people over 60 to help them by visiting and befriending, or with tasks such as light shopping, using the library, going to the doctor, light gardening, minor DIY, assistance with forms. Events and trips organised.

       

Last checked:

13/07/2012

 

Original source:

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Kindness Offensive (The) 

   

Details:

Unaffiliated organisation encouraging general kindness. Organise mass 'random acts of kindness' via a mailing list on the website. Based in West Hampstead. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

13/12/2011

 

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London Friend 

Website:

Phone:

020 7833 1674
 
   

Details:

Lesbian and gay groups, advice and information. Based at 86 Caledonian Road, King's Cross, N1 9DN. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

12/12/2012

 

Original source:

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London Greeters 

Address:

Town Hall Extension
Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8EQ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

0207 974 1648
 
   

Details:

Enable visitors to meet with local residents who are enthusiastic and keen to share the area they know well. Greeters will provide a rewarding experience for visitors and tourists travelling to the capital. To book a greet, go to the website: www.londongreeters.org.

       

Last checked:

10/07/2013

 

Original source:

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London Irish Centre Volunteer Organiser 

Address:

50-52, Camden Square
London
NW1 9XB

Website:

Phone:

020 7916 2222
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Fax:

020 7916 2638
   

Details:

Offer a varied range of volunteer opportunities including befriending an older person, helping out in the lunch club, providing technical support for the website and helping to organise arts events. Volunteers help out across the organisation from the culture and welfare departments to marketing and fundraising.

       

Last checked:

02/08/2011

 

Original source:

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London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard 

Address:

London
N1 9QS

Email:

Website:

Phone:

0300 330 0630 (helpline)
 

Fax:

020 7837 7300
   

Details:

Information for the LGBT community on social groups, political groups, legal services and support services. Immediate support for distressed people.

       

Last checked:

10/09/2012

 

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Manor Gardens Health Advocacy Project 

Address:

6-9, Manor Gardens
London
N7 6LA

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7272 5336
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Fax:

020 7263 9660
   

Details:

Training and development programme for bilingual unemployed refugees in community interpreting and bilingual health advocacy (dependent on available funding). Interpreting service available at primary health care appointments in Camden. Bilingual advocacy service for vulnerable individuals and families provided London-wide. Works with health specialists and refugee community organisations to organise and provide community workshops on relevant health and wellbeing issues including FGM (female genital mutilation).

       

Last checked:

09/08/2012

 

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Marie Curie Cancer Care 

Website:

Phone:

0800 716 146
 
   

Details:

National cancer and terminal illness charity, based in London. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

18/07/2012

 

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Maytree Respite Centre 

Address:

72 Moray Road
London
N4 3LG

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7263 7070
 

Open:

Open Mon-Sun 24 hours.

Fax:

020 7272 6863
   

Details:

Charity offering a one-off four night residential sanctuary to people in a suicidal crisis in a calm, safe house in north London. Provides time and space to talk, reflect and be befriended in a supportive, non-medical environment. Alcohol and drugs, apart from prescribed medication, are not permitted. Not a drop-in centre, contact by phone first. Email for volunteering: volunteer@maytree.org.uk

       

Last checked:

08/12/2010

 

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Mill Lane Garden Centre 

Address:

160 Mill Lane
London
NW6 1TF

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7431 1160
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9.30am-4.30pm.

Fax:

020 7431 8511
   

Details:

Social enterprise offering garden centre sales, training for people with learning disabilities and a garden maintenance service.

       

Last checked:

01/08/2010

 

Original source:

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National Trust Hampstead Centre 

Address:

Garden Flat
62 Fellows Road
London
NW3 3LJ

Website:

Phone:

020 7586 4436
 
   

Details:

Focus for local National Trust activities. Social group. Arranges outings and holidays and recruits volunteers and donations for the Trust. Newsletter 3 times a year.

       

Last checked:

17/11/2013

 

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Natural Death Centre 

Website:

Phone:

01962 712 690 (helpline)
 
   

Details:

Charity providing information about caring for people dying at home and arranging inexpensive funerals with or without using undertakers. The website has a list of natural burial sites. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

14/06/2011

 

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Nightspot London 

Website:

Phone:

020 7939 1220
 
   

Details:

Place homeless 16-25 year olds on a night by night basis with volunteer hosts. Urgently seeking more hosts from the Camden area. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

17/07/2012

 

Original source:

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North London Cares 

Address:

175-185, Gray's Inn Road
London
WC1X 8UE

Email:

Phone:

07590 276600
 
   

Details:

North London Cares provides fun and flexible opportunities for young north Londoners to spend time with older, isolated neighbours. These include social clubs (such as film, discussion and football clubs) where young and old can come together to share ideas and experiences; concert trips; care home visits; one-to-one support for older neighbours who could do with a little extra support with shopping and help around the home.

       

Last checked:

24/10/2012

 

Original source:

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OurCamden 

Address:

12A Castlehaven Road
London
NW1 8QW

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 3488 0020
 
   

Details:

OurCamden is a community interest company that aims to promote social cohesion in Camden. It is backed by five Camden charities with start-up funding from the Council. Membership of OurCamden is open to all who live, work or play in the borough . We are seeking to connect individuals with local businesses, community organisations and each other. While we mainly target people who are over 50, membership is open to all ages. People can not only join ourCamden but also volunteer to get involved in running events and helping out.

       

Last checked:

21/02/2014

 

Original source:

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Pets As Therapy 

Website:

Phone:

01844 345 445
 
   

Details:

National charity providing therapeutic visits to hospitals, nursing homes etc. with pets. Based in Buckinghamshire. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

11/10/2011

 

Original source:

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Phoenix Garden 

Address:

21 Stacey Street
London
WC2H 8DG

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7379 3187
 

Open:

Open in daylight hours.
   

Details:

Community organic garden with small woodland, pond and bog garden, flower and herb beds, bird feeding station and nest boxes. Various community events and activities throughout the year. The garden relies on public donations and a membership scheme. Members receive quarterly newsletter and invitations to special events.

       

Last checked:

18/06/2009

 

Original source:

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Planning Aid for London 

Website:

Phone:

020 7401 8046 (Advice Line)
 
   

Details:

Free independent professional advice and help to individuals and community groups. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

24/01/2012

 

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Plan Zheroes 

Website:

Phone:

07985 306832
 
   

Details:

Campaign encouraging businesses to donate surplus food to charities who support those in need, including homeless people. An interactive map helps suppliers and charities to contact each other.

       

Last checked:

17/12/2012

 

Original source:

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Primrose Hill Neighbours Help 

Address:

Primrose Hill Community Library
Sharpleshall Street
London
NW1 8YN

Email:

Website:

Phone:

07531 779 827, 020 7239 0400
 
   

Details:

Volunteer visiting and befriending service for housebound people who are over 60.

       

Last checked:

19/07/2012

 

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Priory Community Hall Volunteers Scheme 

Address:

134a Abbey Road
London
NW6 4SN

Email:

Phone:

020 7624 5434, 07985 713 012
 
   

Details:

Volunteering scheme aimed at young mothers to enable them to gain 'on the job' experience in childcare.

       

Last checked:

05/10/2009

 

Original source:

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Reach (Volunteer Placements) 

Website:

Phone:

020 7582 6543
 
   

Details:

Finds part-time, expenses-only volunteering opportunities for people with managerial or professional career experience. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

       

Last checked:

18/01/2013

 

Original source:

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Referrals Order Panels (Camden Council Youth Offending Service) 

Address:

3rd Floor
Crowndale Centre
218-220, Eversholt Street
London
NW1 1BD

Email:

Phone:

020 7974 3407/6181/1313
 

Open:

Panels generally meet weekday evenings. Recruitment of Panel Members occurs periodically according to service need. For more information contact the Referral Order Coordinator or see the Youth Justice Board website.

Fax:

020 7974 4163
   

Details:

Trained volunteers attend and facilitate (in pairs) meetings attended by young offenders, their parents and carers, Youth Offending Team workers and the victims of crime, where appropriate, to create a programme of activities. These activities are intended to make reparation to the victim and/or community and reduce the risk of reoffending. Particular emphasis is placed on encouraging positive activities and education. An agreement is made at this meeting and signed by the young person, parent or carer, and panel on these activities.

       

Last checked:

11/04/2012

 

Original source:

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Royal Free Hospital Childrens School 

Address:

Ward 6 West B, 6th Floor
Royal Free Hospital
Pond Street
London
NW3 2QG

Email:

Open:

Mon-Fri 9.30am-3pm.

Fax:

020 7830 2302
   

Details:

Local authority run education in the hospital.

       

Last checked:

10/12/2012

 

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RSVP 

Address:

237 Pentonville Road
London
N1 9NJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7643 1385 (National) 020 7643 1387 (Camden)
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm.

Fax:

020 7833 0149
   

Details:

Supports, promotes and involves older people (aged 50 plus)working as volunteers or wanting to work as volunteers in the community. Projects include the Networkers Programme - volunteers using their skills and experience to pass on information to local elders; school volunteers; knitting groups; befrienders.

       

Last checked:

10/12/2012

 

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RSVP Knitters 

Address:

237 Pentonville Road
London
N1 9NJ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7643 1385 (Camden)
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 10am-5pm.

Fax:

020 7833 0149
   

Details:

National organisation of 2000 volunteer knitters making knitted goods for worthy causes. Donations of wool required. Local knitting organisers arrange distributions to hospitals, hospices and foreign aid convoys.

       

Last checked:

10/12/2012

 

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Samaritans London Central 

Address:

46 Marshall Street
London
W1F 9BF

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7734 2800 (24 hours), 0845 790 9090 (National Helpline), 07725 909090 (for SMS text messages)
 

Open:

Centre open to personal callers from 9am-9pm every day of the year.

Fax:

020 7439 1233
   

Details:

All helplines are 24 hour services, 365 days per year. The email service will answer within 24 hours. Befriending service for people who are suicidal or despairing. Camden residents may also contact Brent Samaritans 1 Leopold Road, Harlesden, NW10 9LN Phone: 020 7961 6181; Enfield, Haringey and Barnet Samaritans 40 Queens Road, N11 2QU Phone: 020 7889 6888.

       

Last checked:

11/12/2012

 

Original source:

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Sanktus Free Food Sessions 

Address:

4 Lady Margaret Road
London
NW5 2XT

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7485 4023
 

Open:

Soup and other food Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat 2pm-3pm, Sun 3pm-4pm.
   

Details:

Food provided to those in need. At weekends they offer a change of clothes and showers to any man or woman who needs it.

       

Last checked:

09/11/2012

 

Original source:

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Soup Kitchen 

Address:

79a Tottenham Court Road
London
W1T 4TD

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7580 2791 (Church office)
 

Open:

Mon-Tue, Thu-Sat 10am-12 noon.

Fax:

020 7580 5013
   

Details:

A soup kitchen for 60-100 people. Free toiletries and clothing are given out on alternate Mondays 10-11.30am when available, to be claimed with ticket given out on Thursdays. Volunteers should contact the Co-ordinator at soupkitchenvols@hotmail.com.

       

Last checked:

09/10/2012

 

Original source:

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Spectrum (Students Charity) 

Address:

Lewis Building
136 Gower Street
London
WC1E 6BP

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7580 7219
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
   

Details:

Links medical student volunteers from the University College Medical School with Camden families who have children with special needs. Support and befriending, social events, outings and holidays. Help to arrange respite time for the child and also events for the whole family. Activities are chosen with the abilities and wishes of the children taken into account.

       

Last checked:

19/07/2012

 

Original source:

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St John Ambulance Hampstead 

Address:

NW3 6TX

Email:

Website:

Phone:

07891 543547 (mobile)
 

Open:

Training sessions Thu 6.30pm-8pm (cadets), 8pm-9.30pm (adults).
   

Details:

First aid training and volunteering for attending events.

       

Last checked:

04/06/2009

 

Original source:

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St Johns Hospice 

Address:

60 Grove End Road
London
NW8 9NH

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7806 4040
 

Open:

Day centre open Mon-Tue, Thu-Fri 10am-5pm. Closed Wed.

Fax:

020 7806 4041
   

Details:

Charity-run in-patient and day treatment for people with life threatening illnesses, including HIV/AIDS, cancer and motor neurone disease. Day service for older and younger patients, including medical and complementary therapies. Volunteers required.

       

Last checked:

01/04/2012

 

Original source:

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St Pancras Hospital Voluntary Service Department 

Address:

St Pancras Hospital
2-4, St Pancras Way
London
NW1 0PE

Email:

Phone:

020 7317 3341
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
   

Details:

Volunteers needed to help on wards, including delivering newspapers and book trolley, befriending, and with outings and activities for the elderly residents and patients. Assistance also required with running a clothes shop, and hospital shop. Volunteer drivers (with clean licences) occasionally needed to take residents on pleasure trips. Volunteers are provided with access to training, luncheon vouchers, and reimbursement of fares.

       

Last checked:

11/08/2010

 

Original source:

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Stroke Association Communication Support Service for Camden and Islington 

Address:

The Blue Building
4-8, Whites Grounds
London
SE1 3LA

Email:

Website:

Phone:

07717 275828
 

Open:

Fri 10.30am-12.30pm.

Fax:

020 7403 9124
   

Details:

The Communication Support Co-ordinator along with trained volunteers works with people who have communication difficulties following a stroke. The service offers weekly support groups, or a 1:1 home visiting service with the aim of improving confidence and practicing communication skills in a friendly and understanding environment. Groups do not run continuously, but in blocks of workshops.

       

Last checked:

30/07/2012

 

Original source:

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Survivors UK 

Address:

Ground Floor
34 Great James Street
London
WC1N 3HB

Email:

Website:

Phone:

0845 122 1201 (Helpline)
 
   

Details:

National charity offering help and support to adult male victims of sexual abuse, childhood sexual abuse, rape and sexual assault. Provides a list of counsellors.

       

Last checked:

14/10/2011

 

Original source:

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TendaGrave 

   

Details:

Tendagrave is a free, reciprocal service for people who cannot for whatever reason tend a family or friend's grave.

       

Last checked:

08/12/2011

 

Original source:

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UCLH Macmillan Cancer Centre 

Address:

Huntley Street
London
WC1E 6AG

Email:

Website:

Phone:

Cancer Centre Outpatients appointments phone 020 3456 7016; University College Hospital Switchboard: 0845 155 5000.
 

Open:

8am-8pm.
   

Details:

Dedicated out-patient clinic area, day care and chemotherapy services, day surgery and on site diagnostic services to diagnose and treat cancers and haematological disorders. Young persons' cancer out-patients service and a private patient cancer out-patient service.

       

Last checked:

27/12/2012

 

Original source:

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University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Voluntary Services Department 

Address:

Ground Floor
University College Hospital
235 Euston Road
London
NW1 2BU

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 3447 9828
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 10am-6pm.
   

Details:

Organises volunteers of all ages and backgrounds, offering a wide range of services for patients in the Trusts hospitals: University College Hospital, Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, the Heart Hospital (in Westminster) and the National Hospital. Volunteers need to be over 18 and be available for a minimum of 12 months.

       

Last checked:

15/08/2012

 

Original source:

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Upbeat 

Website:

Phone:

07860 778133
 
   

Details:

WORKSHOPS AND CLIENT SUPPORT SERVICES WILL NOT BE RUNNING APRIL-SEPTEMBER 2012 TO ENABLE FUNDRAISING AND REDEVELOLPMENT. User-led project for people experiencing mental health issues. Developmental support to musicians and performers from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Support includes rehearsal time and space, training, promotion and recording. Performances at community events.

       

Last checked:

09/10/2012

 

Original source:

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Volunteer Centre Camden 

Address:

2 Grafton Yard
London
NW5 2ND

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7424 9990
 

Open:

Monthly volunteering fairs, see website for details.
   

Details:

Provide information and support to people who want to volunteer and organisations that work with volunteers. The centre has a range of services for volunteers and organisations. Full details are on their website. They also hold monthly volunteering fairs to give organisations and people who want to volunteer a chance to meet each other. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

       

Last checked:

12/09/2012

 

Original source:

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Volunteering Projects (Camden Council) 

Address:

7th Floor
Camden Town Hall Extension
Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8EQ

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7974 6457
 
   

Details:

The Volunteering Giving and Exchange Officer works closely with Volunteer Centre Camden in order to enable and encourage more people to volunteer. Also provides information and support to organisations which are hosting volunteers.

       

Last checked:

07/08/2013

 

Original source:

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West End Youth 

Address:

Dragon Hall
17 Stukeley Street
London
WC2B 5LT

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7404 7289
 

Open:

Mon 6.45pm-8.15pm (young women), Tue 6.30pm-9pm (13-19s), Thu 6.30pm-8pm (8-12s), 8pm-9.30pm (13-19s).

Fax:

020 7405 4918
   

Details:

Youth club. Activities include discussion groups, trips, healthy lifestyle sessions, sports, games, opportunities to volunteer. Holiday playscheme every school holiday and half term, except Xmas.

       

Last checked:

06/07/2009

 

Original source:

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W Heart 

Address:

22 Holmdale Road
London
NW6 1BL

Email:

Phone:

020 7435 6718
 

Open:

Mon, Thu 1.30-3.30pm.
   

Details:

Organises events and trips including 4 day breaks for people of all ages in the West Hampstead, Kilburn, South Cricklewood, Swiss Cottage areas. Also organises fundraising activities to enable all members of local community to take part. Self awareness workshops. Music/sound equipment and a bouncy castle for hire to groups. Need volunteers to help with events.

       

Last checked:

07/12/2012

 

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Winvisible (Women With Visible and Invisible Disabilities) 

Address:

Crossroads Womens Centre
25 Wolsey Mews
London
NW5 2DX

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7482 2496
 

Open:

Appointments by arrangement.

Fax:

020 7209 4761
   

Details:

Grass-roots multi-racial group for women with disabilities of all ages, situations and backgrounds. Self help information and support, including support by and for refugees and asylum seeking women with disabilities or long term ill health. Also support and information for independent living and against discrimination. Volunteers welcome. Active against homecare charges and rationing, against violence against women with disabilities, for benefit rights and employment rights, asylum and disability, transport and many other issues. Take part in the Global Women's Strike on March 8th, International Women's Day, and solidarity action with women gas survivors in Bhopal, India. Member of the Campaign Against Care Charges in Camden (CACC)

       

Last checked:

10/07/2012

 

Original source:

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Witness Service Highbury Corner Magistrates Court 

Address:

Highbury Corner Magistrates Court
51 Holloway Road
London
N7 8JA

Email:

Website:

Phone:

020 7506 3207
 

Open:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat for pre-trial visits by appointment.

Fax:

020 7506 3126
   

Details:

Provide emotional and practical support to prosecution and defence witnesses and to their friends and families accompanying them to Court. Trained volunteers are available to guide witnesses through Court proceedings, either before the trial or on the day. Service is free, independent and confidential.

       

Last checked:

10/05/2012

 

Original source:

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Workforce Development and Volunteering (Camden Council) 

Address:

7th Floor
Camden Town Hall Extension
Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8EQ

Email:

Phone:

020 7974 2984, 020 7974 2968
 
   

Details:

Opportunities to become a volunteer or undertake qualifications to become a sports leader, coach or official in the sports and physical activity sector.

       

Last checked:

15/06/2012

 

Original source:

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