Charities in Kent

Computers 4 Africa
Aylesford, Kent, ME20 7PP
Computers 4 Africa is a charitable organisation that refurbishes and redistributes computers and working IT equipment to African projects including schools, educational facilities, clinics and libraries. One donated computer will provide training facilities for up to 20 individuals. Each ICT trained person is able to move into employment with a wage up to three times the national average. This would provide enough income to pull an entire family out of poverty. Computers 4 Africa refurbishes, data wipes computers and then sends them off to projects; schools, libraries, medical facilities, in Africa. We work together with businesses, schools and councils to find practical, ethical and environmentally friendly ways to sort their redundant IT kit.
donate, africa, WEEE, recycle, computer
See main listing - Computers 4 Africa
Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2UA
We are one of the foremost charities supporting vulnerable and homeless people in Kent. We have supported accommodation projects based in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover and Ramsgate with support for street homeless people across the county. We provide a range of services supporting people with complex needs such as mental ill health and have specific services for young vulnerable and homeless people.
hostel, charity, accommodation, rough sleeping, Homelessness
See main listing - Porchlight
Citizens Rights for Older People
Maidstone, Kent, ME172QD
CROP (Citizens Rights for Older People) offers a free advocacy service within the home or residential setting for people over the age of 60 requiring support and assistance in order that they may obtain their rights and entitlements.
Older People, Advocacy
See main listing - Citizens Rights for Older People
Good Neighbour Project
Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2EP
The Good Neighbour Project''s aim is to support the older, socially isolated person stay independent and in their own hoke. We offer a wide range of services from shopping, accompanying someone to a medical appointment, falls prevention exercise calsses throughto simply, but very importantly, offering friendship - a cup of tea and a listening ear. For many of our housebound clients our friendly volunteers are that vital link to the outside world
Advocacy, Falls Prevention, Information about services, Lonely older people, Befriending
See main listing - Good Neighbour Project