Asha Ingles, a day care client, knitted 20 hat and scarf sets and 24 hats only, for Homeless Rough sleepers in London. On Tuesday 9th October 2018, EAWA donated these items to Crisis Skylight, a resource centre near Liverpool Street in London. They will distribute these items to Rough Sleepers in London. For more information on […]
EAWA AGM / 20th Year plus Diwali/Eid Celebration on 24th October 2018 at The Darji Mitra Mandal, 26 Oakthorpe Road, Palmers Green, N13 5JL 1) 10am to 10.30am: Arrivals and Seating 2) 10.30am to 11.15am: EAWA AGM 3) 11.15am to 2.30pm: Amazing Little Stars Live Singing and Music Entertainment with 7 performers and Tabla, Dholak, Latin Percussions, Electronic […]
Take a look at the video of our 20th Anniversary event, courtesy of the marvellous ZeeTV. Please click on the image below:
Photos from a lovely picnic outing to Cheslyn House & Gardens, Watford on 25 June 2018:
29th April 2018 Royal Windsor Great Park 15 people, of ages from 8 to 80, participated in the Charity Walk for Peace. The walk was a distance of 13km or 8 miles. We have raised £1370 so far. Donations can be made until 31st October 2018. Every £1 collected will be doubled. This will be put towards EAWA’s […]
100 hours volunteering awards were presented by Enfield Council to some of our EAWA volunteers. They have contributed to EAWA over many years, and are well deserving of this appreciation.
EAWA hosts its 20th Anniversary event. Please see the leaflet below for all the details:
EAWA has been working in partnership with the Early Diagnosis, UCLH Cancer Collaborative in their Highlight and Deflate Cancer Campaign. As part of their work one of their main remits is to improve the earlier diagnosis of cancer in order for patients to get the best opportunities of having curative treatments. Their HIGHLIGHT Cancer project focuses […]
EAWA held a stall at the Over 50’s Forum Winter Fair on 16th February 2018 to raise awareness about its work.
A total of 55 items of Woollen Hats and Scarves were donated today 6 February 2018, by EAWA to Thames Reach Spectrum Centre for Homeless people in Camden. A registered partially blind lady knitted the majority of the items. She has, through much adversity, taken this as a challenge and knitted with great dedication. Other ladies, who […]