Compassionate Neighbours is a growing movement of people who support each other to promote compassion in their communities. They provide social and emotional support to people who have a life limiting illness and are experiencing loneliness or social isolation by: visiting regularly, helping them do the things they like doing, helping them stay connected to the community as well as family and friends
Whether it’s through our services, projects, information, English classes, training, advice, advocacy, volunteering opportunities, or social and cultural events, our mission is to improve the quality of life for our users.
SDA is as a user led organisation that promotes the health and wellbeing of Deaf and Disabled People by ensuring that as Deaf and Disabled People we have access to society as a whole, are socially included, feel safe and have the right to be full and active members of the communities we live in through choice and self-determination.
Social activities for older people
we offer a range of services – from grants and training to housing and social events – to Scots and children of Scots living within 35 miles of Charing Cross.
We want to create a world where people with sight and hearing loss can live life to the full through practical support, information and advice and befriending
Opening Doors London runs a Befriending Service for LGBTQ+ people aged 50 and over who are feeling isolated
Providing support services to older Irish people living in the community
as well as drop-in day services and advice and information services
Campaign to end loneliness
Provide equipment with people with significant non-correctable sight loss in both eyes and/or permanent hearing loss.
Sight loss: canes, watches and clocks
specialist lighting, assistive technology, kitchen and bathroom gadgets Hearing loss: adapted telephones, flashing doorbells, smoke alarms etc