The key partners of Harrow Communities Click in alphabetical order. Click on a logo for more information about that specific partner.
Age UK Harrow
(formerly known as Age Concern Harrow) is an independent charity which exists to serve the interests of all older citizens of the London Borough of Harrow, from all walks of life and ethnic communities. It provides a wide range of services, from information about an extensive breadth of issues of interest to older people, to volunteering opportunities and support for those who are housebound and isolated.
is an independent voluntary organisation and the lead carers support agency in Harrow since 1996. They have developed a network of services and support for carers to reduce the burden of care and increase life chances. Their services are offered to anyone who provides support for people in the community who are ill, frail, disabled and disadvantaged in many ways.
Mind in Harrow
is a mental health organisation started in the 1960's and has expanded to provide a range of services. They currently employ a team of 20 staff and have the support of 60 volunteers. They are an independent charity affiliated to National Mind and are part of a network of 200 Local Mind Associations across the country.
Third Sector Potential
was founded in May 2012 as a Community Interest Company, concerned with delivering social impact for the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) in West London. They use creativity, project management principles, cross-sector collaboration and social capital to enable their own projects and to help other organisations achieve their charitable objectives, position, or differentiate themselves within their markets or communities of interest.
is a national charity and limited company. They are the only membership organisation in the country to offer and support and resources to community time banks providing inspiration, guidance and practical help. They share the learning over the past 15 years since timebanking was introduced in the UK to anyone interested in starting a time bank or to those who want to incorporate timebanking into organisations.
is leading the way in areas such as combating anti-social behaviour, personal budgets, services for carers, schools, customer services and recycling.