Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea (ADKC)

ADKC is an organisation run and controlled by disabled people. They support disabled people to live independently and campaign for an inclusive society which does not discriminate against disabled people. Disabled people should have the same opportunities and quality of life that non-disabled people take for granted.

Age UK Kensington & Chelsea 

Age UK Kensington & Chelsea is a local charity working at the heart of the community to ensure that older people’s voices are heard, their needs are met and their independence is supported. We provide a wide range of services to older people.

Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre

Al-Hasaniya serves the needs of Moroccan and Arabic-speaking women and their families. We aim to provide support in all matters concerning their health, welfare, education and cultural needs. We help clients access mainstream services and promote positive citizenship and greater understanding amongst communities.

Citizens Advice Bureau Kensington and Chelsea (CAB)

The CAB offers practical, up-to-date information and advice on a wide range of topics, including debt, benefits, housing, legal, discrimination, employment, immigration, consumer and other problems.

Nucleus Legal Advice Centre

Nucleus has given free legal advice, help and representation to thousands of people since 1974. We offer confidential advice and assistance, on debt, housing and welfare benefit issues. The advice is impartial, aiming only to advise you on your options and to try to get the best outcome.

North Kensington Law Centre (NKLC)

Established in 1970, NKLC was the first Law Centre in the country. NKLC runs a community-based quality legal service promoting access to rights and equality of opportunity. About 75% of time is spent on providing a legal casework service in complex cases, which often involve tribunal or court proceedings.

Kensington & Chelsea Social Council (KCSC)

KCSC works to support locally focused voluntary and community organisations serving local residents. The aim is to develop a strong local sector voice to influence decision makers and encourage sector campaigning and lobbying to improve the quality of life of residents of Kensington and Chelsea.

World’s End Neighbourhood Advice Centre (WENAC)

The World’s End Neighbourhood Advice Centre was set up in 1982 for the purpose of providing a free, confidential, impartial, accurate advice and information service. Generalist advice is available to residents of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The advice centre offers a drop in service for quick queries, office appointments, home visits, phone advice.