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The Royal Institute of Navigation 1 Kensington Gore
London, United Kingdom SW7 2AT

020 7591 3134

Community Organization Near RIN Navigation on Foot SIG

Up Market Community Charity Shop
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
48 Albion Street
London, SE16 7JQ

The Smart Cookies Club
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
405 Kings Road, Suite 543,
London, SW10 0BB

07557994252

The Smart Cookies Club will be hosting a Saturday Club which will take place every Saturday on a per term basis, our location will be at Town mead Road, London SW6 2SR, times will be from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., during these hours of operation children will be doing home work revision for an hour and a half, then for the rest of the day children will participate in fun and creative activities such as Arts and Crafts, Indoor sports activities, Computer classes, Dance Classes, Film and Camera, Music, and field trips. All children are required to bring a packed lunch and snacks; children are not a loud to bring any nuts or nut products on the premises. For the first 20 parents who sign up for the Saturday Club, they will receive free one day tuition per week for their child. The free one tuition will be based the registration of each parent, registration will be based on the Full payment of each child on a term basis. With each payment in Full, each child will receive free one day tuition every week during their term of registration. Dates will be scheduled for the free one day tuition. Our Prices for the Saturday Club will be starting from £80.00 per weekend, which totals £880.00 per term, per child. All of our Tutors and Child minders are qualified with CRB checked, NVQ, First-Aid, First and Second Degrees in English and Maths.

United Diversity
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
60 Devon Mansions
London, SE1 2LD

+44 (0) 7974 88 88 95

Our Mission "To create and share tools for self-organisation to empower people, build community and develop co-operatives" Our Co-operative Aims * Building membership within our stakeholder groups, ensuring our membership fully reflects the diversity of those groups and of the wider community * Consulting with, empowering and serving our membership * Creating common wealth, building an indivisible reserve and providing a return on investment * Maintaining our autonomy and independence empowering members and other stakeholders at the most local level possible * Educating our members and employees and supporting education in the wider community * Supporting the development and growth of the co-operative movement * Evaluating our impact on our community and the environment in which we operate http://uniteddiversity.coop

Sketch Club Jazz
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
7 Dilke Street
London, SW3 4JE

Doors 19:00 - 22:00 Three music sets with breaks Drinks & Nibbles (Cash Only) Tickets £10 Reservations highly recommended for this small, cosy venue Phone The Chelsea Arts Club on 020 7376 3311 for tickets The Lallemant Trio is also available for private events Please email [email protected] to be added to our mailing list and for more information All proceeds go towards Sloane Square Choral Society's Scholarship Fund

Earls Court Arts Hub
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
1A Nevern Place
London, SW5 4NR

St Jude's Church, Kensington
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
24 Collingham Road
London, SW5 0

St Jude's Church, Courtfield Gardens, Kensington, London, was designed by architects George Godwin and Henry Godwin, and built between 1867–70; the tower and spire were constructed in 1879. It was built on the northern portion of Captain Robert Gunter's estate. The project was overseen by Reverend J. A. Aston, and financed by John Derby Allcroft, a wealthy glove manufacturer. The construction, not including the tower, pulpit, font and organ cost £11,300, and was undertaken by Myers & Sons.Original exteriorSt Jude's Church is surrounded by Courtfield Gardens, Collingham Road, and Courtfield Road. Adjacent to the north is the Vicarage (built in 1874), also designed by George and Henry Godwin.The building was realised in a Gothic Revival style. It was built of Kentish ragstone, with ashlar stone dressings and has steeply pitched gabled roofs, of more than forty roof slopes. The roof is slate, in varying coloured bands of pale and dark grey tiles.Original interiorThe nave has galleries at a first floor level, on the north, west and south sides. It is unusually wide for its length, and has banded iron columns with sheet copper crafted capitals. The brickwork contains elaborate patterns of buff, red and black bricks, and murals in roundels above the column capitals, and in the reveal of the chancel arch, painted by Edward Frampton. The nave has diagonally-set quarry tiles, and the chancel is Minton tiles.The chancel has several interesting features: the reredos is alabaster, with mosaics by Antonio Salviati, and sculpted figures of St Jude, St Peter, and St Augustine. The pulpit is marble and alabaster, and the lectern is brass. These were designed by Thomas Earp and crafted by Edward Frampton.

The Mosaic Rooms
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
226 Cromwell Road, Tower House
London, SW5 0SW

02073709990

We believe in the importance of creating a cultural space that presents new thinking and daring creativity, illuminates ideas, inspires understanding, and interrogates contemporary issues. Our vision is for a London audience with a more informed, engaged and critical understanding of Arab culture and society. We are a non-party political, non-religious organisation, and we are a project of the A.M. Qattan Foundation, a registered charity number 1029450. Visit The Mosaic Rooms bookshop here: http://www.mosaicrooms.org/category/shop/ Find out about hiring The Mosaic Rooms for your event here: http://www.mosaicrooms.org/venue-hire-details/ Find out more about the A M Qattan Foundation here: http://www.mosaicrooms.org/a-m-qattan-foundation/

Enactus Imperial
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Imperial College London
South Kensington, SW7 2AZ

With a membership of over 80 IC students, our teams run a wide variety of social enterprise projects designed to make a difference. Over the years our projects have spanned all across the globe, ranging from local London schools to rural villages in Kenya and Tanzania. Our projects create sustainable economic opportunities for disadvantaged communities, focusing on entrepreneurship, market economics, personal success skills, financial literacy, and business ethics.

Motcomb Street Party
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Motcomb Street
London, SW1X

44 (0) 20 7631 1000

Wednesday 24th June 2015 is the date for next the Motcomb Street Party. The Party will feature the following: • Auction • Tree of life • Celebrity opening • On Stage Entertainment (details to follow) • Disco • VIP Terrace • Stalls supplying food and drink • Street entertainers More updates to follow..........

Heythrop Literature Society
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Heythrop College University of London, Kensington Square
London, W8 5HN

Our student society is based at Heythrop, a specialist Philosophy and Theology College, part of the University of London. We hold a regular book club, attend plays, poetry readings, slams and generally enjoy all the fantastic cultural opportunities London offers in this regard.

Imperial College Union - ICU
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Beit Quadrangle, Prince Consort Road, South Kensington
London, SW7 2BB

020 7594 8060

We are the students' union of Imperial College London. We make your time at Imperial so much better. We campaign, lobby and work with the College to protect and promote your interests; we offer support and guidance when you need it; and we offer the right tools to empower our students, through our democracy, online resources and training sessions. We have six constituent unions at Imperial. As Imperial formed from multiple independent institutions over the years, their respective students’ unions are still active. They mainly offer social activities and events for each of their colleges/demographics, with us (the College’s main students’ union) offering the advice, campaigns, and development opportunities. ––––––––––––––––––––– We also run some great accounts, check them out: Twitter | Instagram | Snapchat @icunion ––––––––––––––––––––– We offer the following opportunities and services: → Clubs, Societies & Projects Getting involved in student activities is a fantastic way to meet new people, learn a new skill, or to simply have fun. We have over 340 groups to choose from, so there’s something for everyone! https://www.imperialcollegeunion.org/activities → Volunteering and student social enterprise Take part in one-off or regular volunteering in the local community, or take social action through social enterprise with Community Connections. You can also have your volunteering time recognised through Imperial Plus, our volunteer accreditation scheme. https://www.imperialcollegeunion.org/volunteering → Academic Representation Network Our elected Academic Representatives are responsible for identifying issues affecting your learning and helping to improve them, and they work across all Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs and research groups. https://www.imperialcollegeunion.org/academicreps → Advice Centre offering free, independent and impartial advice on academic, housing, money, consumer and employment issues. https://www.imperialcollegeunion.org/advice ––––––––––––––––––––– We also run several bars, each for our different groups of students → FiveSixEight, The Union Bar, and Metric. All located in our Beit Quad building (South Kensington campus), our flagship bars and nightclub offer our biggest events year-round. https://www.facebook.com/beitbars/ → h-bar Our Postgraduate and staff bar. A more refined option, with plenty of good food, cocktails, and ales to go round. Located in the Sherfield building (South Kensington campus). https://www.facebook.com/hbarpub → Reynolds Open to everyone, Reynolds is most popular with our medics due to its proximity to the hospital and halls. It is located on our Charing Cross campus. https://www.facebook.com/reynoldsbarcx → The Foundry Since the College opened their new halls in North Acton, we’ve offered a much needed student space. Serving good food at student prices, the Foundry is, like all of our bars, open to everyone. https://www.facebook.com/thefoundryw3 ––––––––––––––––––––– If you want to say hello in person, drop in to our offices on the 2nd floor in Beit Quadrangle, we’ll be happy to see you! ––––––––––––––––––––– Imperial College Union | Turning students into Leaders.

Imperial College Chinese Students & Scholars Association
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Imperial College London, South Kensington
London, SW7 2AZ

Imperial College String Ensemble
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Imperial College London
London, SW7 2AZ

Royal Geographical Society
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
1 Gore Street
London, SW7 2AR

+44 (0)20 7591 3000

The Royal Geographical Society is the UK's learned society and professional body for geography, founded in 1830 for the advancement of geographical sciences. Today, it is the leading centre for geographers and geographical learning. The Society has over 16,500 members and its work reaches millions of people each year through publications, research groups and lectures.HistoryThe Geographical Society of London was founded in 1830 under the name Geographical Society of London as an institution to promote the 'advancement of geographical science'. It later absorbed the older African Association, which had been founded by Sir Joseph Banks in 1788, as well as the Raleigh Club and the Palestine Association.Like many learned societies, it had started as a dining club in London, where select members held informal dinner debates on current scientific issues and ideas.Founding members of the Society included Sir John Barrow, Sir John Franklin and Sir Francis Beaufort. Under the patronage of King William IV it later became known as The Royal Geographical Society (RGS) and was granted its Royal Charter under Queen Victoria in 1859.From 1830 – 1840 the RGS met in the rooms of the Horticultural Society in Regent Street, London and from 1854 -1870 at 15 Whitehall Place, London. In 1870, the Society finally found a home when it moved to 1 Savile Row, London – an address that quickly became associated with adventure and travel.

The Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
20 Prince's Gate
London, SW7 1

020 7589 9249

The Sikorski Museum is located in Princes Gate in London and is a museum that was created by Polish exiles living in London who didn’t want to go back to Poland after World War Two, as it was now under Russian control. The Sikorski Museum contain thousands and thousands of artefacts from the war, and has recently undergone a renovation which has seen all the labels and signage printed in English as well as Polish for the first time ever. The museum is only open for two hours a day during the week (except for Mondays), between two and four in the afternoon, but is well worth a visit, especially for those interested in the Polish contribution to World War Two. Those who are unable to visit in the week can visit on the first Saturday of each month when the museum is open between ten and four. For information in museum opening hours you can call the museum on 0207 589 9249, or visit this webpage for a map of where the museum is based: Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum in London

Bethesda Baptist Church
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Apartment 6B Kensington Palace Palace Green
London,

020 7221 7039

Youmanity
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Hatherley Grove
London, W2 5RB

0207 2210900

We are a multiethnic charitable organisation based in London. We champion cultural exchange and social inclusion.

Salahuddin Trust London
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
1 Norfolk Place
London, W2 1

+44 20 7402 6874

Salahuddin mosque is situated in the heart of Paddington within a multicultural community, dissimilar in ethnicity. The Islamic centre has established itself for many years as a common place of worship, whereby Muslims frequently visit to carry out their congregational prayers. Nonetheless, since its opening; the Islamic centre has pursued to aid people in their knowledge and awareness of Islam through its communication to the wider community. This established community seeks to put all the feared concepts concerning the religion to rest through its positive involvement to the local community. Salahuddin mosque is a place for gatherings, festivals, worship, education and activities aimed at creating a dynamic centre for the youth of today.

Salahuddin Trust London
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
1 Norfolk Place
London, W2 1

+44 20 7402 6874

Salahuddin mosque is situated in the heart of Paddington within a multicultural community, dissimilar in ethnicity. The Islamic centre has established itself for many years as a common place of worship, whereby Muslims frequently visit to carry out their congregational prayers. Nonetheless, since its opening; the Islamic centre has pursued to aid people in their knowledge and awareness of Islam through its communication to the wider community. This established community seeks to put all the feared concepts concerning the religion to rest through its positive involvement to the local community. Salahuddin mosque is a place for gatherings, festivals, worship, education and activities aimed at creating a dynamic centre for the youth of today.

Friends of Lebanon
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
61 Praed Street
London, W2 1NS

24fitclubsuk
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Seymour Place
London, W1H 5TJ

What is 24FitClub? No matter what level of fitness you are, with our members and team you're not alone.We know people come in all shapes and size and a whole range of fitness levels, so we offer something for everyone. Above all, 24FitClub is a fun energetic workout that guarantees to leave members on a high and wanting more. You won’t need any special kit or equipment to take a 24FitClub class, bodyweight exercises are simple and best. The key here to helping people staying fit and engaged is putting variety into a routine, it keeps people interested and motivated. So don’t just stick to your same lesson plan week in, week out – make it to a few 24FitClub sessions and try something new! Find your nearest 24FitClub to join in the fun and learn more about your fitness and health than ever before. http://fresh-fitnessuk.com/24fitclubsuk You’ll receive weekly fitness tips and nutritional advice from our fitness professionals as well as the support from other members, to help you towards achieving your health and fitness goals and living a happier, healthier lifestyle. Choose your nearest 24FitClub and when register your interest you’ll receive a FREE Nutritional Shake* after your first workout session. http://fresh-fitnessuk.com/24fitclubsuk Remember Well-being is not just about losing weight or building strength. It’s about looking good, feeling great and having lots of energy to go through a day with a smile on your face.

Hear Women
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
37 Chapel Street
London, NW1 5DP

0203 6649519

Hear Women Organisation (Gargar Foundation) is registered charity based in Westminster founded in 2008, which aims to support migrant and refugee women and girls from East and North African backgrounds. The aim of the organisation is to empower and advocate the rights of these women in all aspects of society. We hold various workshops to address those needs of education and empowerment mainly focusing on areas of health and well-being along with other areas like Housing and Debt Management.

Hear Women
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
37 Chapel Street
London, NW1 5DP

0203 6649519

Hear Women Organisation (Gargar Foundation) is registered charity based in Westminster founded in 2008, which aims to support migrant and refugee women and girls from East and North African backgrounds. The aim of the organisation is to empower and advocate the rights of these women in all aspects of society. We hold various workshops to address those needs of education and empowerment mainly focusing on areas of health and well-being along with other areas like Housing and Debt Management.

CW Youth Marketing Agency
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
37 Chapel Street
London, NW1 5DP

0203 514 3073

The CW Youth Marketing Agency will capture and portray the temperature of an ever changing youth climate’’ Through Digital, Print, Television and Radio

Duchenne Family Support Group
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
78 York Street
London, W1H 1DP

0800 121 4518

Subsidised Annual Group Holiday We have a holiday at home and abroad each year. The accommodation is fully equipped for the disabled and there are lots of activities for all members of the family. In the past our holidays have provided activities such as canoeing, abseiling, art, music, wheelchair races and swimming. Holidays abroad have included Euro-Disney, France, Rotterdam, Holland and Belgium. Activities were provided for the whole family to enjoy. Family Outings / Events Each Year Every year we go sailing at Bewl water and other events have included, for example a visit to Legoland, a steam train ride and party, a day at the Blue Planet Aquarium, a visit to the Model Car Exhibition, a trip to Holiday on Ice, bowling, local coffee mornings, tea-parties and picnics. Workshops And Annual Conference With the help of relevant professionals, we can provide workshops in such areas as adaptations, physiotherapy, complementary medicine, equipment, lifting and education. We usually have guest speakers workshops and the opportunity to socialise at our annual conference. Telephone Support As well as the office telephone line, we have the family help line. Families can ring at certain times and speak to another family or, alternatively, they can ring the office about any questions or problems they may have, and we can also try and put them in touch with a family in their area. DFSG Fund Raising The group's main form of fund-raising in past years has been an annual sponsored bike ride. However, with the expansion of the group and the increase in activities offered by the group on a nation-wide basis, our financial resources have been put under continued pressure. We are now relying more heavily on donations that individuals and organisations have been kind enough to give us and other fund-raising events.

Anna's Gymnastics Academy
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
255 Harrow Road
London, W2 5EZ

+44 7 411 683 999

What is Rhythmic Gymnastics? Rhythmic Gymnastics is a female sport, which represents a unique mixture of dance, art and music. Rhythmic routines usually consist of elements from classical ballet, modern dance, basic acrobatic moves, which are performed while the gymnast is skillfully handling one of the five rhythmic apparatus - rope, hoop, ball, clubs or ribbon. Thus, rhythmic gymnasts learn how to express themselves to the public through elegant and graceful movements, while showing advanced apparatus work. The virtuosity, flexibility and agility of the gymnast at intermediate and advanced level are truly impressive and always awe the viewer. The routines can be performed individually or as a group of five.

Non-Profit Organization Near RIN Navigation on Foot SIG

NICOLA Project
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Vanston Place Community Centre, Samuel Lewis Trust Estate
London, United Kingdom SW6 1BU

0044 (0) 207 386 8865

West London Action for Children
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
15 Gertrude Street
London, United Kingdom SW10 0JN

020 7352 1155

St. Mary Abbots Rehabilitation and Training (SMART)
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
15 Gertrude Street, Bsmt
London, United Kingdom SW10 0JN

020 7376 4668

Promoting mental health through purposeful activity

National Army Museum
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea
London, United Kingdom SW3 4HT

020 7730 0717

The National Army Museum tells the story of the British Army and the personal experiences of the soldiers who have served in it. We are currently undergoing a major transformation, with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund, to create an exciting new visitor attraction in the heart of London's Chelsea. Our brand new Museum will feature five state-of-the-art gallery spaces along with a new café, shop, learning suite and research facilities. We look forward to welcoming you back soon. Find out more online www.nam.ac.uk/future

Finborough Theatre
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
118 Finborough Road
London, United Kingdom SW10 9ED

0844 847 1652

"A theatre in a class of its own: last year's programme was so good that it was worth moving to West Brompton for" Time Out

Facing the World
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
266 Fulham Road
London, United Kingdom SW10 9EL

+44 207 351 7832

Facing the World provides this service by both accepting patients for treatment by experienced medical teams in the UK and by offering international training for the development of facial reconstructive units abroad. Facing the World co-ordinate all our patient logistics from medical assessment to travel logistics. Facing the World also take seriously our pastoral responsibilities for our parents and responsibility for their holistic care during their time in London. Our medical team donate their services. We fundraise to cover hospital, travel and other costs

Royal Hospital Chelsea
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Royal Hospital Road
London, United Kingdom SW3 4

20-77300161

The Royal Hospital Chelsea is famous around the world as the home of the scarlet-coated Chelsea Pensioners. It was founded by King Charles II in 1692 ‘For the succour and relief of veterans broken by age and war’. Well over 300 years later it continues to serve this same purpose, caring for veteran soldiers to whom the nation owes a debt of gratitude. Today the Royal Hospital Chelsea is home to around 300 Chelsea Pensioners, who come from across the United Kingdom and have served in conflicts from World War II to the Falklands. They all understand what it means to be a solider and the potential sacrifice that signing up entails. Anyone who is over sixty-five and has served as a regular solider, who has no dependent spouse or family, who finds themselves in need and who is “of good character” can apply to become one of the world famous Chelsea Pensioners. Former officers must have served at least 12 years in the ranks before receiving a commission. As well as a warm welcome among fellow veterans, the Royal Hospital Chelsea provides meals, accommodation and activities for its residents. The purpose-built Infirmary with its specialist dementia ward cares for veterans as they face the increasing challenges and trials of old age. Although the Royal Hospital does receive some funding from the government, it does need to raise in excess of £2million every year to pay for running costs. To make a donation to the charity, visit: http://www.chelsea-pensioners.co.uk/how-you-can-help

Tait Memorial Trust
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
4/80 Elm Park Gardens
London, United Kingdom SW10 9PD

+44 207 351 3561

The Tait Memorial Trust (UK Charity 1042797) was formed in 1992 by Isla Baring OAM in memory of Sir Frank and Viola, Lady Tait and the Tait brothers who played such an important part in the establishment of theatre and the performing arts in Australia. The Trust offers awards/grants for postgraduate study, performance opportunities to young Australian musicians and performing artists and general help in the furtherance of their careers while resident in the UK. To ensure its continuance the Trust arranges regular fund raising events and concerts, invariably featuring the talented young winners of the various awards, and relies a great deal on financial support from the business sector, private donors and other loyal supporters. In October 2014 the Commonwealth Bank of Australia became Principal Partner of the Tait Memorial Trust. The Tait Trust is now in Australia! Tait Performing Arts Association Incorporated, (No A0054444J) will be able to take donation in Aussie dollars to help support Australian musicians during their studies in the UK.

The Society of Authors
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
84 Drayton Gardens
London, United Kingdom SW10 9SB

020 7373 6642

Royal Brompton & Harefield Arts
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, Sydney Street
London, United Kingdom SW3 6NP

0207 352 8121 x4087

A Little Gesture a Great Help (Um Pequeno Gesto)
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
12A Selwood Place
London, United Kingdom SW7 3QQ

+447733301515

MORE ABOUT A LITTLE GESTURE OUR STORY “A Little Gesture A Great Help” is a new and fast growing small UK Charity focused on overseas aid to vulnerable children. A Little Gesture (“ALG”) was set up by Sara Vicente as a Trust in 2011 following a local volunteering experience and the launch in 2004 of her Portuguese NGO Um Pequeno Gesto Uma Grande Ajuda (“UPG”). Both charities are focused on underprivileged children and their families living exclusively in the Province of Gaza, a highly impoverished area in southern Mozambique. The sister-charities are financially independent but both intervene directly on the ground through local established operations in Xai-Xai, Chongoene and Chokwé. This is a mostly rural area heavily affected by AIDS where children typically belong to one-parent only families, have HIV-infected relatives or are already orphans. OUR MISSION Our mission is to promote the improvement of living conditions for underprivileged children and their families in Mozambique. Our goal is to give them access to academic and skills based education in a safe environment with adequate nutrition, water and housing. We strongly believe our impact is to improve their employability, create income-generating activities and support the local economy. WHAT WE DO Both inspired by how much a little gesture could do in Mozambique, ALG and UPG support 948 children with direct Sponsorship of basic food and school enrollment costs in 2013, in mostly rural impoverished villages. We also finance complementary Projects to promote Poverty Relief (Orphan Feeding and HIV support), improve Infrastructure for living conditions (basic housing, water wells, other small community infrastructure), advance Education (academic and technical such as literacy or carpentry courses) and invest in Sustainability (small income-generating activities such as poultry and farming). HOW WE WORK ALG aims to break the cycle of poverty in the Gaza region, through targeted and direct Food, Infrastructure, Education and Sustainability support. We are a fully volunteer organization in the UK with minimal overhead costs raising an estimated £114’688 on our second year of operations. As a non-religious organization, we believe in deepening our reach and to involve the beneficiary communities in our projects irrespective of race, creed or gender. ALG intervene through seven Local Partners on the ground, established for years and in direct contact with local needs: Sister Aparecida, Sister Helena, Granny Etelvina, Father Artivo, Sister Lidia, Sister Neusa and Father Licinio. The UK charity collaborates closely with UPG Portugal and its extensive network of over 19’000 UPG Friends. Both charities have strict control of costs using essentially volunteer work, and aim to apply c.93-95p on the ground per pound donated. Together they raised c. £256’500 in funds in 2012. WHAT WE HAVE DONE SO FAR Since 2011, ALG UK sponsored 2 pre-schools for 130 children, launched Literacy classes, After-Class Study centres, IT and arts&crafts courses as well as 4 University Scholarships. The Charity financed the feeding of 160 children and a new home for 20 interns in an orphan centre, while it built 2 village water wells and 7 Family Huts. ALG’s intervention benefited over 2’500 beneficiaries since launch. Together with UPG Portugal our help went deeper and wider reaching in excess of 4’500 beneficiaries in 2012. We will continue our efforts in 2013 as there is so much we want to do! WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW MORE? ALG offer a direct and personalised relationship with donors and volunteers so you know exactly how and when your contribution was spent. Contact any of the Trustees for more info on [email protected]

The Institute of Cancer Research
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
123 Old Brompton Road
London, United Kingdom SW7 3RP

020 7352 8133

Keep up to date with all our latest news and discoveries at icr.ac.uk Subscribe to our blogs at icr.ac.uk/blogs Read our newsletter at icr.ac.uk/support-us/newsletters Follow us on Twitter @ICR_London To make a donation to support our work visit icr.ac.uk/donate

Park House Hostel Central London Student Accommodation - Viridian Housing
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
227 Earls Court Road
London, United Kingdom SW5 9BL

44 (0) 203 202 0360

Park House is a female only hostel with fully furnished single rooms located in the exclusive borough Kensington and Chelsea, in London, Zone 1. We offer single with shared bathroom and kitchen facilities at affordable nightly and weekly rates to students and travellers between 18 and 30 years old. This female hostel offers various common areas to relax and socialise plus a very high level of security throughout the building, as well as free internet and a commercial launderette. We offer reduced rate to university and language school students on longer (term) contracts. For more information or to make a reservations please contact our reservations department via [email protected]

Everyman appeal
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
123 Old Brompton Road
London, United Kingdom SW7 3RP

0207 153 5307

Sculpture Shock
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
108 Old Brompton Road
London, United Kingdom SW7 3RA

02073738615

In collaboration with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and with generous contributions from two private donors, the Royal British Society of Sculptors is pleased to announce the opening of Sculpture Shock. A new award intended to give artists the opportunity to use a renowned London studio to create modern sculpture, for a pop-up exhibition in one of 3 unexpected locations.

Royal British Society of Sculptors
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
108 Old Brompton Road
London, United Kingdom SW7 3RA

02073738615

We are the oldest and largest organisation dedicated to sculpture in the UK.

William Temple House
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
29 Trebovir Road
London, United Kingdom SW5 9NQ

William Temple House is a self-catering, non-smoking residence open to full-time students of all nationalities and faiths. We have the capacity to accommodate 50 students. The residence is owned and managed by the International Students' Club (Church of England) Limited, which was established by the Board of Mission and Unity of the Church of England. William Temple House is non-profit making, registered as a charity, receiving no direct funds from the Church, Government, Universities or Colleges. All monies required to run William Temple House are raised from accommodation fees paid by the residents.

Crees Foundation
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
7-8 Kendrick Mews
London, United Kingdom SW7 3HG

+44 (0)20 7581 2932

French-Music United-Kingdom
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
17 Queensberry Place
London, United Kingdom SW7 2DT

This French-Music UK page will give you all you need to know about any upcoming French signing artists , gigsand events in London, in UK and Ireland, and also give you the chance to win tickets . Keep an eye out for message from us with ticket competitions, early news on the great nights out, and exclusive new release news. The bureauexport in London (UK French Music Export Office) represents the interests of the French music industry in the UK and Ireland - acting on a consulting, funding, and promotional basis. Working across all genres of music, the office was set up in London in 1999 and continues to work on a reciprocal basis between the UK, Ireland and France, helping the flow of business and creativity in music across the Channel. Please visit our blog: http://frenchmusicuk.co.uk/

World Ape Fund
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
124 Cromwell Road, International House, Kensington
London, United Kingdom SW7 4ET

Great apes are under threat from such things as logging, palm oil production, mining and the illegal bushmeat & pet trade. We are primarily a team of academic primatologists and conservationists who are passionate about protecting great apes and raising awareness of the dangers that they face in their natural habitats. Our Main Goals & Aims Protect apes from: Habitat destruction Bushmeat trade Pet trade Funding sanctuaries Sanctuaries are often the last refuge for wild apes who have been rescued from such things as the illegal pet trade industry or saved from problems relating to the destruction of their habitat. Education We support projects that educate local people about the dangers that apes face. We support projects that help to involve the local community in protecting apes, such as helping to care for apes in sanctuaries. Research We support and conduct research that helps to further our understanding of conservation issues involved in protecting apes. We also conduct research that not only raises the awareness of ape intelligence, but also helps to keep the apes mentally active, such as giving sanctuary-living apes food puzzles to solve.