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artfreedomeWorking for the Relief of sickness and distress in mind body and soul.
ArtichokeArtichoke works with artists to invade our public spaces Artichoke produces extraordinary and ambitious ephemeral events that live in the memory forever, transforming people’s lives by changing the way they see the world.
ArtilleryArtillery is an arts development organisation based in Walthamstow, North East London, established by the creative team behind the E17 Art Trail. Artillery is a small core team of staff and volunteers, collaborating with practitioners, community projects and residents in local neighbourhoods.
Art Night LondonArt Night is London’s largest free contemporary arts festival, transforming the city annually for one unforgettable night with a series of artist projects in extraordinary locations.
Arts 4 DementiaArts opportunities to empower people affected by dementia in the community.
Ascension Community TrustThe Ascension Community Trust is a small charity that works in response to the needs of our community, Custom House, in particular with the vulnerable and hard to reach members of our community. We run a number of projects, including a community cafe, an elders day service and a football academy.
AsphaleiaThe asphaleia mission is simple - to impact as many lives of children and young people who have experienced disadvantage as we can. Asphaleia support young people living across London and some home counties.
Association of Jewish RefugeesThe AJR provides a range of social and welfare services, and grants financial assistance to Jewish victims of Nazi persecution living in Great Britain. To support our members we are looking for volunteers from north and west London as most of our members live in this part of London.
Ataxia UKAtaxia UK is a small, nationwide charity who support people affected by the neurological condition ataxia and fund research into finding treatments and cures.
Attlee Youth and community centreThe Attlee Centre is situated in Brick Lane. We work with young people living around the Spitalfields and Banglatown area. We work with young people aged 5- 19 years old (25 years old with special needs). It provides an open access to children, young and families.