Mayor's charities

The charities Councillor Ambache has chosen to support in 2022/23 are SEN Talk and Wandsworth Bereavement Services

Make a donation

You can make a donation to the Mayor's charity online.

Make a donation

Or send cheques made payable to the 'Mayor of Wandsworth's Charity' to:
Mayor’s Parlour
Room 144
Town Hall
Wandsworth High Street
SW18 2PU

SEN Talk

Sen Talk aims to provide better outcomes for children with special educational needs and is dedicated to improving the social and emotional mental health of Autistic and ADHD children.

The organisation sets out to challenge discrimination of children with disabilities and promote inclusion through all its projects and efforts.

Our shared values:

  • Empowering individuals to fulfil their potential
  • Valuing Neurodiversity
  • Challenging discrimination in all its forms and promoting equality of opportunity
  • Providing a service that reflects the needs of children and their families
  • To help families strive by strengthening relationships
  • Promoting community cohesion
  • Reduce isolation in parents, carers and children with disabilities
  • Advocating for children with special educational needs and their families
  • To bring awareness and acceptance of Neurodiversity conditions

Wandsworth Bereavement Services

Providing one-to-one bereavement counselling for residents of the Borough of Wandsworth.

About our Counsellors

All our Counsellors are fully trained in bereavement counselling and professionally supervised on a regular basis to assist them with their work and to fulfil the ethical standards of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy).

The counselling team consists of a mix of men and women across a range of ages and backgrounds.

We are an independent charity and the service that we provide is strictly confidential.

Low cost fees based on a sliding scale (based on salary) may apply, where appropriate.  Fees are not charged at all for anyone who is referred to the service by their GP, nor are they charged for the Children and Young Peoples Services.