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People are being asked not to dump their belongings outside a Kenton hospice’s charity shop.

A Kilburn theatre group and Willesden athletics charity have received more than £50,000 to continue working with disadvantaged youngsters.

Children in the Philippines have put Roe Green on the map by wearing centenary T-shirts sent by Kingsbury villagers.

A councillor crossed boroughs to give “exhausted” fire crews sandwiches after they tackled a blaze in Park Royal.

Soldiers from the Grenadier Guards enjoyed a hearty thank you meal from Neasden Temple’s community in recognition of their work during coronavirus testing.

A Wembley Park charity has reached its target of delivering 1,000 food items to Brent’s most vulnerable with plans to donate more.

More than 7,600 items of food and toiletries have been delivered to foodbanks in Brent by British Red Cross teams.

A Neasden woman is hosting a free virtual entertainment event for people in retirement and those living in care homes.

A Cricklewood charity boss has trodden his own path to inspire older people and raise money by running a solo marathon.

Pupils at a Harlesden secondary school are benefitting from an Alperton charity providing 2,500 meals a day to families in the capital.

A Wembley mum has taken on a charity 2.6 challenge by cutting off 26 inches of her hair which took her 26 years to grow.

A Wembley couple have set themselves and their volunteers a huge challenge to raise £100,000 so they can serve 200,000 meals to the community in just 100 days.

Two Kensal Green coppers have smashed their fundraising target to replace a disabled pensioner’s stolen scooter.

More than 10.000 people have signed a petition urging a Kensal Green charity to release a “grieving” dog which is due to be put down.

A Dollis Hill puppeteer has launched a crowdfunder to bring his creations to a mainstream audience.

BAFTA award-winning actress Miriam Margolyes OBE took a day out of her busy schedule to support a Kensal Green animal welfare charity’s new campaign.

Free weekly football sessions for young people are kicking off this weekend in Wembley.

Community groups and charities across Brent are invited to apply for funding through the Tesco Bags of Help scheme.

Friends and family of a much loved community and charity icon who died in 2018 presented a cheque of £200 to The Salvation Army in Harlesden in her memory.

Christmas cheer came early for three Brent charities thanks to a foundation founded by Brondesbury’s global music superstar.

Kenton charity supporters looked like a merry lot in their Santa suits as they raced across Pinner to raise money.

A secondary school community in Kingsbury has been rummaging under beds, in wardrobes and behind sofas looking for old shoes over the last week to donate to charity.

A Queen’s Park charity supporting vulnerable refugees has launched an appeal so it can continue it’s vital work.

More than 30 businesses in Kensal Rise have come together to support an Online Auction Appeal in aid of three charities supporting vulnerable people.

Voices speaking of harrowing journeys are being archived to mark a Queen’s Park charity’s 20th anniversary.

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