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Wandsworth Community Safety Unit

The Wandsworth Community Safety Unit (CSU) is in charge of investigating domestic violence and hate crimes (any incident that is seen to be racist, homophobic, transphobic or due to a person's religion, beliefs, gender identity or disability/special need) in Wandsworth. They also investigate complaints about…

Employment Plus Programme

Are you in an unstable job? Would you be interested in increasing your prospects of a better job, increased salary or guaranteed hours? We offer vocational training in areas such as: customer service; retail; and team leading. If you would like to improve…

Wandsworth Independent Visitors (WIV) Service

WIV is a new Independent Visitors Service for Children Looked After. An Independent Visitor is a volunteer who befriends a looked after child or young person. An Independent Visitor will: visit children in care who have little or no contact with family, or would…

Solicitors on the Law Society’s Children's Panel

If you require any legal advice and a child is involved, it would be beneficial to use a solicitor who is familiar with the areas of the law that relate to children. Children lawyers who are on the Law Society's Children's Panel can help with matters around:…

Learning Disability England (LDE)

Learning Disability England (formally Housing and Support Alliance)  wants to create more choice and control for people with learning disabilities over where they live and how they are supported.   It is a national charity and membership organisation working with people with learning disabilities, families, advocacy…

Kids City at St George's

Holiday Scheme

Lionheart in the Community

Lionheart in the Community (LITC) is a pioneering social enterprise mobilising the power of Sport to empower local Communities. LITC offers International Youth projects, volunteering, skills development and apprenticeships in a range of dynamic training qualifications. LITC’s key objective is to make a difference in society by:…

The Prince's Trust - Development Awards

The Prince’s Trust Development Awards help tackle financial barriers that may be preventing you from accessing education, training or employment. Who can apply? Young people aged between 14 to 25 years. People aged 14–16 who are not expecting to achieve five GCSEs grades A-C…

Universal Credit and Childcare

Universal Credit replaces six means-tested benefits and includes a childcare element. Households are entitled to up to 85% of eligible childcare costs: up to a maximum of £646.35 for one child per month, and up to a maximum of £1,108.04 for two or more…

ESOL in Libraries

ESOL can help you if English is your second language and you are living, or planning to settle, in the UK. If you have a level of English that is above beginner level, come along to these classes where you can improve your language skills.…