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Charities of London.

SOURCE: The Charities of London, by Samuel Low, Jun., London: Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, Milton House, Ludgate Hill

Provident and Benevolent Institutions for aiding the Resources of the Industrious.


The Royal Benevolent Society

Savings Banks

Post-Office Savings Banks

Friendly Societies

School of Cookery

Infant Nurseries

Training Schools for Girls from Workhouses

Hertfordshire Society

Association for the aid and benefit of Dress Makers and Milliners

Industrial Female Home

Institution for the Employment of Needlewomen

Association for the Sale of Work by Ladies of limited means

The Chelsea Home

Homes for Young Woman

Industrial Home for Young Woman

West Central Home

Laundry and Training Institution for Young Servants

Servants' Home

Provisional Protection Society for Servants

The Corps of Commissionaires

The British Ladies' Female Emigrant Society

The General Domestic Servants Benevolent Institution

National Guardian Institution

Female Servants Home Society

Missionary Societies.

Operative Jewish Converts' Institution

British Society for the Propagation of the Gospel among the Jews

London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews

See also: Pension Funds in 1867