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  1. We deliver meals and groceries, offer cookery and nutrition classes and communal eating opportunities to people living with HIV in London and their dependants. Inspired by our practical response, hundreds of volunteers deliver our services, supported by a staff team of seven. People living with…
  2. Every Saturday from 12.30pm
    We’re FoodCycle Finsbury Park, serving tasty meals every Saturday lunchtime at1pm at the Andover Community Centre in Islington. Each week, we collect surplus fruit and veg from local suppliers and turn these ingredients into free nutritious (and delicious!) three-course meals for the community. Come along and…
  3. Wednesdays, 1pm
    Coronavirus Update Two weekly projects that offer freshly cooked meals to anyone who comes to collect one, every Wednesday (starting 28 October 2021) from New River Baptist Church, 12.30-1.30 pm, and every Saturday from the Andover Community Centre, 1.30-2.30 pm. Usual Service We serve free…
  4. Foyers are integrated learning and accommodation centres providing safe and secure housing, support and training for young people aged 16 - 25. With over 140 Foyers operating in urban and rural communities throughout the UK, the Foyer Network provides safe, quality assured environments where experts reconnect around 10,000…
  5. The Royal Mail Articles for the Blind scheme is a free, first class or Airmail service for people sending items specifically designed for blind and visually impaired people. This enables them to send certain items within the UK and overseas free of charge. Available to…
  6. Open Mon- Weds 10am to 3pm. Little Explorers at King Square Gardens Friday mornings: 10am-11.30am May 21st, 28th June 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th July 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd. Little Explorers at King Henry’s Walk Garden Tuesday mornings: 09.30-11am May 18th, 25th June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th July 6th, 13th, 20th No need to book, just come along!
    The Garden Classroom is a non profit social enterprise delivering high quality workshops and events on wildlife, gardening and the environment in Islington. We are primarily based at King Henry's Walk Garden but use other green spaces as well and can move around to a…
  7. We support with home-based personal care and daily living tasks, such as: Assisting services users to get up Assisting service user to go bedice Dressing and Undressing Medication reminders/prompting Personal Hygiene - toileting, washing, bathing, shaving, hair care and oral hygiene. Assisting with eating and…
  8. Go Mammoth runs sports leagues across London including Islington: basketball  5-a-side football  netball  and also fitness classes, yoga and boxing   
  9. Person centered care at home funded through local authorities, private or self directed support, Supported Living Accommodation, Emergency Carer Support Services, Specialist Services in Learning Disabilities, challenging Behaviour, Autism, mental health & brain injury, children and families support, bespoke Health & Social Care training.
  10. 24 hours a day, seven days a week
    Logo Live-in Care by The Good Care Group offers a great alternative to residential care. With a 24-hour live in carer, you will be provided with a professional and personalised service within the comfort of your own home. Staying in safe and familiar surroundings can greatly…
  11. HAIL works with people with a learning disability and other vulnerable people in London to lead the lives they want.We do this in lots of different ways by supporting people in their own homes, to get out and about, to use public transport, to find…
  12. Call 7 days a week for free advice
    Handicare logo Handicare work in association with the Age UK Trading CIC to make decisions about Age UK mobility products, the customer service promise and appropriate marketing to enable people in later life to receive the best possible service. Handicare are proud to be working with the…
  13. Harington aims to provide young people who have learning difficulties or disabilities with life skills and vocational training that will enable them to participate more fully in living and working in the community. There are four strands to the provision:  The Vocational Training Scheme aims to prepare…
  14. We specialise in providing Social Care to Adults who are elderly or who have learning disabilities or Mental Health problems, we also provide care for children in Residential or Respite care. Our staff have experience and training in dealing with challenging behaviour Autism, Epilepsy, Medication…