Charities in South Lambeth

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LAMBETH COMMUNITY OF REFUGEES FROM VIETNAM LIMITED

Charity number: 1008023

Also known as: LAMBETH COMMUNITY OF REFUGEES FROM VIETNAM LIMITED

Income: £2,650

To provide Employment and Training Service to member of the Community that includes organisation of ESOLs; Community based training courses, i.e., Food Safety and Hygiene; and information.

ETHNIC AND ALL PEOPLES DISABLED GROUP

Charity number: 1014673

Also known as: EAAPDG, ETHNIC AND ALL PEOPLES DISABLED GROUP

RESULTS EDUCATION

Charity number: 1015286

Also known as: RESULTS

Income: £2,029,916

RESULTS works to generate the public and political will to make a difference to the lives of the poorest people in the developing world. RESULTS carries out strategic advocacy, media and public aware..

OASIS CHILDREN'S VENTURE

Charity number: 1019626

Income: £838,884

Provision of Outdoor activities to vulnerable underprivileged children in the Lambeth area consisting of a Nature Garden, Karting Project and Adventure Playground Project.

FRIENDS OF HEATHBROOK PRIMARY

Charity number: 1019890

Income: £6,517

A Parent Teacher Association of Heathbrook Primary School.

8TH LAMBETH SCOUTS

Charity number: 1019935

Income: £13,550

PROVIDES SCOUTING TO CHILDREN IN LAMBETH

CHILDREN IN CRISIS

Charity number: 1020488

Also known as: C I C, CIC

Income: £1,310,240

We provide educational support and protection from abuse for some of the worlds most vulnerable children facing multiple discriminations, with a focus on conflict and post conflict countries. We do th..

BAG BOOKS

Charity number: 1026432

Income: £376,342

To enhance the lives of children and adults with learning disabilities through the use of multi-sensory books

LAMBETH ELDERLY ASSOCIATION FROM VIETNAM

Charity number: 1030900

Income: £15,791

To provide day centre facilities for Vietnamese and Chinese elderly people.

SAFE GROUND

Charity number: 1048181

Income: £234,413

Safe Ground works to promote relationship skills as tools for empowering people to change, so reducing the risk of reoffending and building stronger communities.