Cancer Research UK Greenwich & District local committee
A friendly group raising money to fight cancer while having fun. Why not see what events we are running and join us?
We have a low volume emailing list (8-10 emails a year) detailing all our events so why not find out what's going on locally.
We are also always looking for people to help out either at one of our larger events, run their own event or join us on the committee so why not drop us an email and see what you can do to help fund our research.
4th Royal Eltham Scout Group
The Community Centre
William Barefoot Drive
Tel: 07930 395 414
Local scout and cub group existed on Coldharbour Estate since 1951 and elsewhere in Eltham since 1909
Age UK Bromley & Greenwich
Age UK Bromley & Greenwich works to improve the quality of life of older people. We provide free, confidential and impartial information including advice on welfare benefits across the boroughs of Bromley and Greenwich. Our services include help with shopping and toe nail cutting, hospital aftercare support, specialist dementia care, and computer and exercise classes.
Demelza Hospice Care for Children
Demelza Hospice Care for Children supports life-limited children and their families across South East London, Kent and East Sussex.
Demelza has two hospices, one in Eltham and one in Sittingbourne, Kent as well as a community nursing team based in East Sussex.
The charity, which has been in existence since 1994, offers respite, symptom control, end-of-life care and bereavement support for families with children who are either life limited or suffer from conditions which mean they need a lot of specialist care. We look after babies to teenagers and offer respite to allow their families a much deserved break.
We offer our services to families free of charge and receive limited funding, the majority of support coming from private donations.
Visit us at www.demelza.org.uk, ring 01795 845200, follow us on twitter @demelzahospice or find us on facebook; www.facebook.com/demelzahospice
Greenwich Cruse Bereavement Care
Free bereavement support for chilldren and adults living in the London Borough of Greenwich. Information and advice about the impact of death on partners, siblings, children, parents and friends. Volunteers needed.
Rotary Club of Chislehurst
Chislehurst Rotary Club is part of the wider national and international Rotary organisation; in Great Britain and Northern Ireland alone, there are 38,500 Rotarians
Our aims in Chislehurst mirror those of other Rotary clubs:
Service: raising money and directly helping those in the local and wider community.
Friendship: weekly meetings of professional and business people offer the chance of mixing with like-minded individuals.
International: awareness and fund raising for specific projects overseas identified by the club.
We are a group with no political or religious affiliation. We simply believe in helping others and having an enjoyable time in each other's company.
Please visit our website to find out more about us and request an invitation to a meeting.
Royal Eltham North District Girl Guiding
Eltham Park Methodist Church
Tel: 07534 174891
Royal Eltham North District has Rainbow (age 4-7), Brownie (age 7-10) and Guide (age 10-14) Units in the Eltham Park and Shooters Hill areas.
We need to recruit adult help if our units are to thrive for the future. If you would like to volunteer as a helper or leader on a regular basis please do get in touch. The leadership training is modular and you will be supported all the way. You don't need previous experience but enthusiasm and commitment are called for. You would need to be prepared to give a couple of hours per week minimum - usually term time only - you may wish to give more time and help with extra activities outside of the regular meetings.
Get in touch for more information.
Social Arts for Education
We are a home-ed study centre in Eltham, London, that supports the education and well-being of children aged 8-16 years old whoare being home educated due to bullying, autism or other related conditions.
The majority of our students suffer from anxiety and are unable to access the wide range of home education facilities and groups available. SAFE provides quieter and smaller learning groups with a reduced stimuli environment. Our tutors volunteer their time at SAFE and understand the need for individualism, creative learning and respect for one another.