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
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.
Our twice weekly drop-ins offers a space for service users to access, support and befriending, culturally appropriate meals and other activities such as: Indian head Massages, support, talks and presentations on a host of subjects (e.g. how to look after your Heart, Diabetes, and controlling stress) and our reflexology service.
Campaign to end loneliness
Opening Doors London runs a Befriending Service for LGBTQ+ people aged 50 and over who are feeling isolated
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
Support, information and signposting for Black Minority Ethnic and refugee women and their children. Includes welfare rights, housing, immigration, domestic violence, health, educational opportunities and training. Interpreting service. CV preparation and help with gaining employment. Parenting support. Health and fitness class, with creche. Sewing class Thursday 10am-12 noon.Guided Healthy Walks 1030-11.30 am.
Community activities and assistance with people facing poverty
Works with communities in the UK and overseas affected by a range of issues including sexual and reproduction health, violence against women and girls, female genital mutilation and mental health issues. Over 60s Active4Life Project: weekly coffee morning enabling older people to socialise, healthy eating sessions and access to food bank, group walks and exercise activities, enjoy small garden, opportunities to engage in volunteering, develop computer skills and join community befriending schemes
Daffodil Activity Group Daffodil Activity Group
Informal activity/social group for people with dementia and their friends and family living in Southwark
Tuesdays, 11am – 1pm