The following Charity Organisations are based at ETNA

Arts Richmond

Arts Richmond is an independent charity (est. 1966) with 100+ arts and cultural organisations affiliated in and around the borough of Richmond Upon Thames. They provide up-to-date info on ‘What’s On’ and ‘How to Get Involved’ in the local arts scene through a monthly newsletter, website and social media channels. They run a programme of annual events to raise the profile of the Arts in the borough and organise visits to theatres and other cultural venues so that members can benefit from group discounts in the company of like-minded people.

0208 892 9446

Counselling Initiatives

Offers unlimited term counselling for those on benefits or low incomes. There is little, if any, counselling support of a long-term nature offered to individuals who do not have the resources to access private and expensive counselling and therapy.  They are funded by the voluntary donations that clients are able to afford, plus sponsorship and private donations. They are a Registered Charity No 10822706 and have been providing excellent support for clients since 2001.

07963 738813

Richmond Good Neighbours

Richmond Good Neighbours, a charity established over thirty years ago, provides services to the elderly, the disabled, the housebound and others living in the old civil parish of Richmond. Their help may be needed when statutory services, friends or family are unable to offer assistance with transport; shopping; visiting and befriending services. They offer tasks of a non-specific nature such as might be offered by a ‘good neighbour’.

0203 538 4060

Habitats & Heritage

Habitats & Heritage is the local charity that acts for the natural and historic environment in south and west London, formed by the merger of Environment Trust and South West London Network (SWLEN).

They take care of the local landscape; its wildlife, ecosystems and heritage by using their local knowledge and experience to lead the way in protecting and creating a better and more sustainable environment for everyone.

0208 892 0590

Embracing Age

Embracing Age is a charity that was born and bred in Twickenham five years ago. They operate both locally and nationally, and are working towards a world where older people are valued, connected and full of hope. They have an army of trained volunteers to befriend care home residents and they are also helping churches in reaching out to older people in their communities.

Contact Tina English:
07735 332584

The School & Family Works

The School & Family Works is a team of qualified, experienced therapists working in partnership with schools in South West London, to support children to be successful at school.  A social enterprise, they work in schools, often in areas of high deprivation, delivering long-lasting change through their Family Group intervention, a multi-family therapy model.  In weekly 3 hour sessions, they take a holistic approach (involving children, parents, school staff and the therapist) to identify and break through cycles which may have been repeated from generation to generation. By enabling insight into the complex problems their families are dealing with, and by giving children and parents the confidence that they need to face up to their challenges, Family Group transforms lives.

Contact: Mark Griffiths
07540 806248

TCV The Conservation Volunteers

Join in, feel good!

The Conservation Volunteers (TCV), is a National Charity (est. 1959) helping thousands of people each year to reclaim local green places which are increasingly under threat. Looking after green places isn’t just about caring for nature, it’s about caring for people as well.  A well-used green place is a classroom, a gym, a playground and a sanctuary.  Operating locally, TCV, runs weekly work days for volunteers, Corporate Work Days, and Green Gym sessions on sites throughout Richmond Upon Thames.

0208 607 9890


A local charity space2grieve is a team of highly trained Bereavement Specialists offering free, personal, confidential bereavement support for adults, children, young people and families.

Space2Grieve host a compassionate cuppa 10.00 – 11.30 every 3rd Tuesday of the month at the ETNA Community Centre: a free grief cafe providing support and connection to those bereaved, no matter when, no matter how.

If you live in the Richmond Borough, get in touch via S2G website, email or phone to chat about how they might support you.

07519 376363

Choice Support

A charity that supports people who have learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and mental health conditions. They support residents across Richmond and Wandsworth to get into paid employment and/or to retain employment.

How to join the service:

0203 435 5816