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Tennis charity’s cash boost for Wimbledon Guild

WIMBLEDON FOUNDATION TO MATCH DONATIONS AT WIMBLEDON GUILD VILLAGE FAIR Wimbledon Guild Village Fair’s fundraising drive will be boosted this year through a partnership with the Wimbledon Foundation, the charity of the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC). The Wimbledon Foundation has pledged to match fund cash raised through bucket collections at the fair, which […]

Swing Punks – Interview with composer Chris Bemand

Wimbledon Foundation 2017

South West London TV and Lady Wimbledon were invited to Centre Court ahead of this year's tennis championships to find out more about the amazing projects supported and funded by the Wimbledon Foundation. http://www.wimbledon.com/en_GB/foundation @WimbledonFDN Original sound track composed for SWL.TV by local London talent Joel Mitchell: Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/mb24ss Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mb24s_beats/ Website: http://officialjayymulaba.wixsite.com/mulabandzz

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Can you help us raise £5,000 for KLS’ Summer Programme for refugee children?

From 15th – 19th May (from next Monday) local Battersea Charity, Katherine Low Settlement, is taking part in The Summer Give (part of the Big Give, supported by The Childhood Trust), the UK’s biggest online match funding campaign, to raise money for KLS’ Summer Programme to improve local refugee children’s education in Wandsworth. When? The Summer Give launches at 12pm (midday) on Monday 15th May. Donations […]

Swing Punks – Interview with composer Chris Bemand

Celebrating with the Jimmy Asher Foundation

Keith Maynard meets the team behind the Jimmy Asher Foundation and some of the local young people they've helped. The night was a warm celebration with food, drink, music and dancing. A night full of love and unity... in true Jimmy Asher style! Filmed and edited by local videographer Rakeem Caesar. ❤💛💚💚💛❤ Subscribe to Jimmy Asher Foundation YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/results?searc... Jimmy Asher Foundation on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jimmyasherf... Jimmy Asher Foundation on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jimmy-Asher-... Jimmy Asher Foundation on: https://twitter.com/JAF_GLOBAL Jimmy Asher Foundation on on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-928839284 Jimmy Asher Foundation Official Site: http://www.jimmyasherfoundation.org/ #HelpingHandsForYoungPeople #JAFGLOBAL #LoveLove Special thanks to the following performers: Irah Carty @mriccold https://www.facebook.com/YungIC?fref=ts Leon Anthony @LeonAnthonyUK https://www.facebook.com/LeonAnthonySpence?fref=ts Maverick & Malachi @MaverickMalachi https://www.facebook.com/reuben.alfredlecky?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/malachi.alfredlecky?fref=ts

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Share Community Garden at Springfield Hospital

Hannah Christian reports on the great work of Share, a charity based in Clapham Junction which provides training and employment opportunities for disabled adults, including those with learning disabilities, physical/sensory impairments, autism and mental health needs. Share Catering: http://www.sharecommunity.org.uk/social-enterprise/share-catering Share Gardening: http://www.sharecommunity.org.uk/social-enterprise/share-gardening @ShareCommunity facebook.com/SHARECommunity

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World Heartbeat Music Academy at the Putney Arts Centre

Charlie Shakespeare makes his debut for SWL.TV reporting from an amazing local performance by Wandsworth's own World Heart Beat Music Academy featuring young people from the area and supported by internationally acclaimed musicians Byron Wallen, Tony Kofi, Patrick Clahar, Tammy Weis, Laci Olah with the awards being presented by Julian Joseph and Alun Armstrong. www.worldheartbeat.org @whbeat

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Introducing the Vine Project, Sutton

The Vine Project finds new homes for unwanted furniture and kitchen appliances, around Sutton, Merton and parts of Surrey, providing a wide range of good quality items at affordable prices. By doing this they support local communities and families in need, as well as offering training and employment opportunities. www.thevineproject.co.uk @thevineproject1

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

The Wimbledon Foundation – Helping charities in Wandsworth and Merton

Laura Cornelius was invited to join local charities at an exclusive reception hosted by Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC). Join her for a sneak peek behind the scenes and to find out more about the charitable work the Foundation does supporting its local communities. http://www.wimbledon.com/ @WimbledonFdn

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Broken Bodies Broken Minds (some disturbing images)

As well as reporting on community issues in and around SW London, we also try to help out charities and causes where we can. This documentary highlights the plight of the stray dog population in Romania and was made for Wetnose Animal Aid with kind support and involvement of Amanda Holden, Peter Egan, Lorraine Chase, and Saffron Replublica. We've submitted thsi video for the House of Commons "Film the House" awards 2015. Please support us and support the many animal charities featured by sharing this far and wide. Thanks you.

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The TVF Halloween Ball

Fabulous Halloween costumes, live music, auctions, raffle, magician, dancing, drinking, eating, socialising... this year's True Volunteer Foundation charity ball had it all. Co-hosted by our very own Denise Waterman, and Jacquie Beltrao from Sky News. True Volunteer Foundation would like to extend a big thank you to all of the organisations and individuals who supported the event and made the Ball a success. Full details on all sponsors and supporters can be found at: http://www.truevolunteer.org/halloweenball/ @T_V_F https://en-gb.facebook.com/rakitband http://www.youtube.com/user/malorytorr

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Jacquie Beltrao at Sky News

Join Jacquie Beltrao from Sky News and the good people from the True Volunteer Foundation for a night of ghoulish fun on Friday 25th October 2013 at Sandown Park Racecourse, hosted by South West London TV. It's the perfect excuse to dress up and have lots of fun all in aid of local and international children. You can expect a jam packed evening of spooky delights and surprises, champagne reception and three course meal, live music and dancing, ghostly entertainment and much more. Tickets just £75 per person from www.truevolunteer.org/halloweenball or call 077 4620 4094 and quote "South West London TV" to get a 10 per cent discount. Hope to see you there!

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