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Chinese Welfare Trust ("CWT") was established in 2008 as a national charity. We exist to improve the quality and dignity of life of Chinese communities in the UK through our programme of service and working together with others.

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Huge congratulations to Co-Chair Eddie Chan for being appointed MBE for services to the Chinese Community in London,
announced in the King Charles III New Year Honours List 2024
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Our specialist dementia support service for the London Chinese community recognised in the PENNA Awards 2023

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OUR SERVICES

Making a difference - serving people of Chinese and ESEA heritage across the UK

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Mental Health

We offer a professional Cantonese and Mandarin counselling service for those who are more comfortable talking about their problems to a therapist in their native language. This service is generously supported by W Wing Yip and Brothers Foundation.

Don't suffer in silence - help is just

a phone call away.

Dementia Support

The CWT Admiral Nurse Clinic is the first Chinese-speaking dementia support service which covers five boroughs in London. We offer face-to-face and virtual  appointments and provide family carers with the support and advice they need on their caring journey. Service co-developed with Dementia UK.

Outreach & Signpost

We work with other Chinese community organisations in London and in other parts of the UK. We are not a care services provider, but we can direct you to your nearest Chinese community centre where you can find out local information. Outreach service is available to residents in some London boroughs.

Please donate and support our work

NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS

Interview with Emily Lui, the first Chinese-speaking Admiral Nurse

‘We can tackle the stigma around dementia in the Chinese community’

Our service praised in the Nursing Times

'Nurse-led dementia pilot proving a success for minority group'

Co-chair Eddie Chan interviewed by the
Journal of Dementia Care

Insight from Eddie Chan about introducing the first Chinese-speaking dementia support service pilot, in partnership with Dementia UK. 

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Get in touch

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Please note we are not a provider of care services and we do not make grants to individuals.

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