Zero Food Waste is a project at UCL that aims to tackle food waste on campus. We re-distribute food from where it is in excess to where it is in need: from UCL cafés to homeless shelters.
Action Medical Research is the leading UK-wide charity dedicated to funding vital research to help sick children . As a charity we find and fund cutting-edge research across the UK most likely to deliver real benefit to children.
We're the UK's national charity helping people who are confronting life-changing deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss. The people we support may struggle with their condition. Or they may live well with it, but face ignorance and barriers in their way.
Action Tutoring is a national education charity that supports disadvantaged young people to achieve a meaningful level of academic attainment. This enables them to go on to progress in education, employment or training.
The Afghanistan and Central Asian Association (ACAA) is a small but successful Afghan organisation founded in 2001 by Dr Nooralhaq Nasimi, a refugee who arrived in the UK with his young children in 1999.
ACS is a non-profit organisation. Our organisation provides inclusive services to local adults, children and families living on low incomes, supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds' to achieve and develop new skills in the community.
Age UK Islington is a charity which uses innovative techniques to provide support to Islington residents over the age of 16, enabling them to use self-help approaches to manage their own health and wellbeing.
Age UK Kensington & Chelsea is a local charity working with and for older people. We aim to promote independence and well-being in later life, encouraging self-help and peer support.
The Alzheimer's Society has a vision of a better, fairer world for people with dementia. We believe that people with dementia and the people who care for them have the right to high quality services and support.
The UCL Amnesty International Outreach Project aims to provide volunteers from UCL who are interested in Education and Human Rights the platform to promote positive changes in the wider community through their actions and commitment.
The Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School, which is a not for profit organisation, opened in 2001 as a Prince's Trust Business. Since then it has won multiple Business of London Awards and has a growing reputation within the performing arts industry.
More and more people have come across and want to learn about Asperger Syndrome in the workplace. There is a high incidence of Aspergers (often undetected) in the top echelons of the professional, technical and business sectors.
Aston-Mansfield has been working in the heart of east London for over 130 years. We provide a wide range of community development support and activities in the London Borough of Newham, directly delivering services to around 1000 people and 900 organisations each year.
* 'Ataxia' means ‘lack of order'. People with ataxia have problems with movement, balance, and speech. Over 10,000 people in the UK have a form of ataxia. * We fund research into developing safe, effective treatments. Our ultimate goal is to find a cure.
Benjamin Franklin House is a dynamic museum and educational facility located at 36 Craven Street, just off Trafalgar Square. The House is the only remaining residence of this American founding father and distinguished scientist.
Bletchley Park is a vibrant heritage attraction, open daily to visitors, revealing the secrets and telling fascinating stories of the secret British World War Two codebreaking operations.
Come and join the Bloomsbury Festival team as a volunteer and be part of a global festival here on your doorstep. Bloomsbury Festival is a festival of arts, culture, science, literature and fun that explodes onto the streets of Bloomsbury over 10 days in October.
Sick, injured and homeless pets have relied on us since 1897. Abandoned or unwanted, ill or injured, pets turn to us for help every year. Our doors are always open to them, and with your support, they always will be.
We are on a mission to help children in London learn to read. On average, 8 children in a class leave primary school every year unable to read well, disproportionately effecting children growing up in poverty.
Breast Cancer Now is the only UK-wide charity providing specialist support and tailored information for anyone affected by breast cancer. Our clinical expertise and emotional support network help thousands of people find a way to live with, through and beyond breast cancer.
We're a small charity with a big mission. We are the only charity in the UK supporting anyone with any lung condition. We fund vital research, campaign for positive change in the nation's lung health and offer support to those affected by a lung condition so that no one has to face it alone.
The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We are part of a global voluntary network, responding to conflicts, natural disasters and individual emergencies.
Brook is the UK's leading provider of sexual health services and advice for young people under 25. We are the only charity working across the UK and Channel Islands that specialises in working with young people to promote their sexual health in the wider context of health and wellbeing.
We were formed in February 2005, following the South East Asian Tsunami. Our first project was the reconstruction and repairs to destroyed cottages for the Balapitiya fishing community in Sri Lanka.
Burgh House is a grade I listed house built in the early years of the 18th century. We are open to the public as an art gallery and local history museum with a diverse programme of cultural events including exhibitions, talks, concerts and workshops.
C4WS Homeless Project, established in 2005 exists to support those without a home to rebuild their lives. We now consist of 13 churches offering shelter for 5 months of the year and also offer welfare support.
Camden Arts Centre is a place for seeing, making and talking about contemporary art. Our year-round programme includes exhibitions, artist residencies, talks and events, school and artistsâ€™ projects, courses and off-site activities.
Our aim is to offer disadvantaged community groups an experience of a canal trip on a traditional narrowboat. We run and maintain 'Tarporley' - a historic Northwich narrowboat, converted to carry 12 passengers.
Camden Carers Service (CCS) is a partnership between Camden Carers Centre and Centre 404. CCS offers advice, support and activities for family and unpaid carers across the borough.
Citizens Advice is a charity that provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to people on their rights and responsibilities. We also collect evidence, and lobby to improve, the policies and practices that adversely affect people's lives.
Camden Council Library Services, in partnership with CoderDojo, is looking for volunteers with experience in coding/programming, Python, Scratch, Raspberry pi, and/or other programming languages.
The London Borough of Camden Events Team is a forward thinking creative service - part of Arts and Tourism at the Council. We manage events for Community and residents and often fall short with our staffing capacity.
We work with and support private renters in Camden to organise and campaign for better protection, rights and services. To achieve these aims we work closely with other local, regional and national groups/organisations, and we also run and manage the Renters' Rights London (RRL) project.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is an award-winning charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK.