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For comprehensive listings of organisations covering a wide range of care and support services for adults and families, see the MyLife Enfield pages of the council website.
22 November 2023
The borough's health services watchdog, Healthwatch Enfield, is conducting an online survey to determine what areas it should focus on during 2024.
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06 September 2023
Are you in Enfield and looking for work, training, or job experience? Discover STEP, the free Skills Training Employment Pillar program available across the borough, including weekly drop-in sessions.
North London Hospice is proud to unveil a brand-new film which showcases the wide range of support services that the charity provides to the local community.
02 August 2023
Enfield Youth Justice Service (YJS) needs volunteers who: are concerned about youth crime and serious youth violence; are able to engage with children and young people; would like to be part of the restorative justice process; can work with children and young people who offend to help support a change in their behaviours and actions; can help our children and young people to make Enfield a better place to live and work.
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27 July 2023
The Mayor of London has written to Clare Donovan, a local resident and founder of Cooking Champions, thanking her for the 'amazing' work done by her and by the charity's staff and volunteers.
23 July 2023
The Vicar of St John's outlines the many activities that take place on board the Ark, her church's response to widespread hunger and other social crises that afflict Palmers Green and the whole of the country.
21 June 2023
London MPs have urged the public to support North London Hospice as rising energy costs put services under pressure.
31 May 2023
Healthwatch Enfield have been asked by Enfield Council to find out what users think about adult social care services provided in the borough. There is a five-minute online survey for you to provide your feedback.
10 May 2023
This year's Dementia Action Week, starting on 15th May, will see a series of special events in Enfield run by organisations that belong to Enfield Dementia Alliance.
15 February 2023
North London Hospice has announced the next dates for training to take on the role of a Compassionate Neighbour: 21st and 22nd February from 10am to 2.30pm.
22 August 2022
A recent TV news report featured the work of Noah's Ark children's hospice in Barnet.
14 August 2022
The charity ReachOut is expanding its work into new areas of London and looking for volunteers from the Palmers Green community to act as after-school mentors of young people. Helping them grow in character and confidence, giving them the tools and networks they need to live good, happy and successful lives. No prior experience is necessary and ReachOut volunteer mentors have a wide variety of backgrounds, including students, recent graduates, working professionals and retirees.
05 August 2022
Get out your fancy frock and party hat and head out for a night of top entertainment, glitz, glam and fine dining! The excuse? Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of a leading Enfield charity - the Nightingale Cancer Support Centre.
03 August 2022
Philanthropy London, a recent addition to Palmers Green's high street, has an unusual name and a novel business model.
14 May 2022
The local branch of the national charity Home-Start is recruiting home visiting volunteers and is looking in particular for people speaking Albanian, Arabic, Syrian Arabic, Farsi, Dari, Bengali or Pashto or proficient in British Sign Language. Home-Start helps families with young children through challenging times
04 May 2022
'Face Front run several inclusive and participatory arts groups for adults and young people in North and East London. The groups include disabled and neurodivergent participants who range in age and group size. Many of our groups work towards creating collaboratively devised ensemble performances that are presented in professional theatre venues. We are looking for creative, energetic, patient and collaborative practitioners to widen our pool of music based facilitators'.
23 April 2022
Cooking Champions are supporting 200 families across the borough, but their stocks are very low. Please donate items.
20 April 2022
Nightingale Cancer Support Centre celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, and its popular Night Hike is back after a two-year gap. On Friday 20th May hundreds of people will be walking the 10K or 15K Night Hike route around our beautiful borough raising money for this wonderful charity. Why not join in the fun?
29 March 2022
Enfield Wellbeing Network (EWN) is a collaboration between a number of local community organisations, which aims to enable people to set and achieve realistic goals to improve their health and wellbeing. The Network, which has been set up by Age UK Enfield, Enfield Carers Centre, and Mind in Enfield and Barnet, is available for free to people over 18 who are at risk of, or are managing, deteriorating health and wish to make positive changes and/or manage long term conditions.
09 February 2022
The amazing Cooking Champions are recruiting new volunteers to help them provide food support. There are information sessions in Grange Park on Saturday.
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