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German Welfare Council

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The German Welfare Council offers independent help and advice free of charge for people with personal and social problems. This help is provided by a bilingual social worker with a wide experience of statutory and voluntary provisions for social matters in both Germany and the UK.

The German Welfare Council can apply for grants for German people in need in the UK.

Address:
German Welfare Council, 35 Craven Terrace, London, W2 3EL
Telephone:
020 7262 2463
Opening times:
Appointment only
Languages:
German, English
Charges:
no charges, may ask for donation
Buses:
148, 94 to Lancaster Gate and all buses to Paddington
Train/tube:
Lancaster Gate Station, Paddington Station
Sector:
Voluntary

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