- To advance Theravada Buddhism in the United Kingdom; - To advance the education of the public concerning and Buddhism as practised in the Burmese culture; - The relief of poverty, sickness and distress arising there from and of old age and in particular but without limiting the foregoing of persons who are adherents of the Buddhism faith.
The Woodcraft Folk is Committed to making sure children and young people have every opportunity to bring out the best in themselves. Our motto is Span the World With Friendship and that sums up what is at the heart of everything we do in more than 500 groups across England, Scotland, and Wales. Tolworth and Kingston Woodcraft members come from ...
Typing and basic computing courses for the community.
This funded based vision was created by Pamela Cumberbatch in 2013.  Being a community motivator and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, she started a gardening project initially with neighbours offering skills of gardening and carpentry. Based opposite Valley Park Surgery, it's a fantastic opportunity for residents to get involved and it promotes healthy living.
Over 60`s get together with sit down meal each Thursday.
We help people in our London Borough find positive volunteering roles that fit around work and family life, and support organisations to find and develop strong volunteer teams.
A private Whisky Appreciation Society, meeting quarterly to discuss, taste and discuss whiskies from around the world. Oh, and put the world to rights in the process...
Wandsworth Mencap provides information and support to family and carers of people with learning disabilities.
Wellbeing You supports the elderly/over 65's their families and carers.
1 to 1 and group counselling for people who have experienced loss due to death and other factors. Also including pre-bereavement and suicide/trauma. All ages including children. Workers also go into local schools.
Young Place Shapers enables youth led volunteering action that is good for people and good for the planet. We work with young people and young adults aged 18-24 years interested in undertaking practical action to tackle environmental and social issues.
Youth Legal's aim is to improve the quality of life of vulnerable Young People in South West London by making available independent, free legal advice in social welfare law, to young people with a focus on those with disabilities, mental health issues, care leavers and carers.