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Charities and Volunteering

On World Alzheimer's Day 2019, Saturday 21st September, more than 200 people raised a total of £7.150 by completing a sponsored walk between two care homes - Autumn Gardens in Winchmore Hill and Anastasia Lodge in Southgate.

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A crowdfunding campaign has been started on Spacehive to raise the funds needed for Mind in Enfield to open its Friends' Cafe to the public instead of just to its clients. This project will make healthy food available to a wider range of people whilst at the same time help to break down the barriers between those with and without mental health issues, make potential clients aware of its services, and open up more volunteering opportunities.

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At the Charity Today awards ceremony on 7th September Noah's Ark children's hospice was named Charity of the Year.

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On Tuesday 3rd September Toni Fielding, who runs Live at Home in Enfield, is inviting everyone to a Summer Picnic at Grange Park Methodist Church. It's a fundraiser, helping MHA roll out more activities locally, but it will also be a lovely afternoon and a chance to find out about this wonderful organisation and the various activities that they put on

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Citizens Advice Enfield is urgently looking for local volunteers from Palmers Green and Bowes Park to help in its two new charity shops. No specific work experience is required and volunteering can really boost your CV if you are seeking work. All volunteers get a 25% discount.

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Could you be a Compassionate Neighbour? Compassionate Neighbours is a community-led project supporting people with a life-limiting illness, who may be lonely or socially isolated.

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Bambos Charalambous MP took time out of his busy schedule on Friday 10th May to visit Macmillan Cancer Support professionals at North Middlesex University Hospital. He has a particular interest in the exceptional work taking place within the Macmillan Palliative care team at the hospital. Mr Charalambous hopes that their example of good practice can be replicated across the country in line with his recently proposed private members bill aiming to improve the provision of care for terminally ill patients nationwide to make the system better and fairer.

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