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Details and links to existing and previous clients.

Georgia’s Children of the World

Georgia’s Children of The World is a charity set up in memory of Georgia Louise Murray , an amazing young woman, with an incredible enthusiasm for life who cared deeply for others.

Georgia was born with a compiicated heart condition but lived a full and active life until complications in her third open heart operation tragically took this shining star at the age of 19 years in November 2010.

Family and friends were devastated by her loss and her father Steve Murray went off to travel the world with a close friend in to try to come to terms with his grief.

Upon his travels he came across a lot of poverty amongst many children of the world, and found a huge spiritual connection in Cambodia where he vowed to return to help in some kind of way…

In September 2011 a fund raiser was held in Georgia’s name (which has now become the annual G-Festival)  and on the 28th November 2011 Steve returned to Cambodia, with no idea of what the future would hold. On the 29th of November he posted these words on facebook …

“Both the future and the past exist only in our minds , and we must always keep those precious memories and hopes close to our hearts..but the only real time we have is now…Now is the time to do, Now is the time to believe, Now is the time to achieve…so do it now! … Do it with a smile because it feels good and helps others to see you… Driven by love , guided by Angels …this is your moment …”


Kings Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association

Established in 1980, King’s Cross-Brunswick Neighbourhood Association (KCBNA) is the community’s response to the needs of the residents of the King’s Cross and Brunswick area.

They aim is to improve the quality of life of local residents through the active involvement of people living in the King’s Cross and Brunswick area of the London Borough of Camden.


CARAF Centre – Camden Black Parents and Teachers Association

The CARAF Centre (Camden Black Parents and Teachers Association) provides advice, information and support to Black and other parents in Camden on social, educational, training and other related issues that affect Black children and their families. Other services include: a range of training workshops for parents, a playscheme for children 5-12 and the Mandela Supplementary School.


London Somali Youth Forum

London Somali Youth Forum is a youth-led organisation that aims to bring together young Somali people from all over London on campaign on issues relevant to young Somali people.


Communities Into Training and Employment (CITE)

Communities Into Training and Employment (CITE) seeks to improve career prospects of people disadvantaged in the labour market. Assisting unemployed people secure employment as Health Care assistants, Emergency Medical Dispatchers, Patient Transport Service Drivers, Advertising Executives, Security and Hospital and Catering.


Holy Cross Centre Trust

The Holy Cross Centre Trust is a small yet dynamic organisation based in King’s Cross, London. They work with people who are socially excluded in a variety of ways in Camden and Islington.



Sudanese Women’s Association

Sudanese Women’s Association is a non-profit organisation established primarily to serve Sudanese women and children in exile, to relieve poverty, preserve culture, and improve the opportunities and future prospects of Sudanese women and children, and to effectively promote integration into the host community, through offering a range of services.

Stuart Low Trust

The Stuart Low Trust mission is to ensure that local people, especially those experiencing social isolation or mental distress, have access to the range of facilities they need to successfully manage their lives.