Charities and Community Groups

We support several local action groups including The Notting Hill Improvements Group and St Helens Residents Association. We also support some wonderful local charities including Full of Life and Rugby Portobello Trust.

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Friends of Portobello

A campaign to protect one of London’s greatest street markets from turning into another “clone town” High Street. As well as trying to turn Portobello Road into Britain’s first ‘business conservation area’, the Friends campaign to retain Golborne Road’s unique atmosphere.

Full of Life

Full of Life

Full of Life is a local charity founded by parents of disabled children who realised through their own experience that the best support didn’t come from the Government but from fellow parents.

Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove, W10 5BQ

The Notting Hill Improvements Group

The Notting Hill Improvements Group

The Notting Hill Improvements Group is run by tireless campaigner John Scott. In 15 years he and his team have achieved a great deal for the local community.

233-235 Westbourne Grove, W11 2SE

The Rugby Portobello Trust

The Rugby Portobello Trust

The Rugby Portobello Trust works with vulnerable young people in our area to provide them with positive life chances. They provide a wide range of activities and programmes such as gaining IT skills, learning to read or how to apply for a job.

221 Walmer Rd, London W11 4EY

St Helen’s Residents’ Association

St Helen’s Residents’ Association

Set up in 2008, St Helens Residents Association helps locals with advice on health, policing, social and planning issues and has 270 registered members.

sthelensresidents.org.uk

Volunteer Centre Kensington and Chelsea

Volunteer Centre Kensington and Chelsea

When the Volunteer Centre Kensington and Chelsea launched in 1969 it was one of the first of its kind in London. The main aim of the organisation now is to match volunteers with people in need.

383 Ladbroke Grove, W10 5AA