Welcome to Newham Welfare Trust
Newham Welfare Trust was founded to provide charitable support to the Alzheimer’s disease (AD) dementia, homeless, children with disabilities, the elderly and young persons. The charity also provides skills acquisition programmes to young persons and those who are out of jobs to enable them have employable skills and knowledge that will make them eligible for jobs.
Newham Welfare Trust also engages in charitable projects to take youths out of the street by providing programmes and trainings to dissuade them from drug, alcohol, knife crimes and other related acts. In our areas of operations, especially London and Bangladesh, Newham Welfare Trust organises capacity building, community development, healthy living classes, supplementary education classes and recreational activities for young and old persons.
Our registered areas of operations also cover Bangladesh, Burma, India, Italy, Malta, Nepal, Paraguay, Philippines and Sri Lanka.
Alzheimer & Dementia
Our vision is being deeply committed to create a society where the Alzheimer & dementia affected people will be best served in improving their quality of life and to help of their caregivers.
We strongly believes in bottom-up integrated and innovative approaches by working hand-in-hand with the people living with dementia, their families and caregivers.
SUPPORT THE ORPHANS & CHILDREN
Newham Welfare Trust sponsors over 5,000 children around the 3rd world countries. From just £25 a month...will you join us?
Children are some of the most vulnerable people around the world, so we also build safe villages for them with clean water, healthcare and education, take them out of dangerous child labour and ensure they are safe and protected.
Over 3 million children are in danger. Please donate to our Nepal Earthquake Appeal and help save children's lives.
It has been one month since the first devastating earthquake shook Nepal. A second major quake struck on 12 May, leaving a total of 8,219 people dead and over 18,000 people injured. As a result, millions of children are in danger.
These awards recognise the local heroes who dedicate their time to benefit the lives of others in the community.