The charity focuses on providing bespoke mentoring support and guidance to people of all ages and backgrounds, helping them to overcome significant barriers to social inclusion. We help individuals and communities to tackle their personal challenges - whether it is in health & wellbeing, education, training, employment or settling in the UK. We offer workshops on parenting, bereavement, youth offending, mental health, diversity, share cultures. Various group activities such as sewing classes, health, and well-being mums and children's group, We run Minority Ethnic Health Fair ( MEC)-an annual event in partnership with various charities and University Health Board. The Health Fair provides an environment where communities can interact with voluntary and public sector health and well-being practitioners. For children and younger people with anxiety and mental health issues, we run activities that suit them.Why the community needs us
During COVID-19, the children who attend 'special needs' schools are facing challenges. Reaching out to these children and mentoring the parents who are now looking after them 24/7 is our priority.We are making every effort to speak to all the vulnerable individuals who are isolated during the lockdown and are preoccupied and overwhelmed with worries about getting the virus, having the virus, and fear for themselves and the loved ones.Our impact on the community
With the LOCKDOWN due to COVID-19, many individuals are more isolated, panicking, and asking for help. we intend to do mentoring support via online , Whatsapp, zoom, skype. This already has taken a little bit of a positive impact on our beneficiaries.