Kainé is not only a community in of itself, but it is a part of the community and strives to bring people together.

Community is something close to us all at Kainé, and through celebrating individuality, bringing people together is at the core of Kainé. 

Everyone is welcome at Kainé and your individuality is recognised and accepted. We support and educate young people and adults around the importance of identity and diversity. Through workshops and events, there is plenty of opportunity to learn and for experiences to be shared.

Better Together is an initiative that recognises the history and life experiences of the senior members from the Windrush generation to the younger generation. 

This research project examines the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement.

The project works to inspire and engage girls aged 11-15 years in positive activities, helping them make informed decisions and overcome barriers. 

Braunstone Moms and Dads is a programme for parents to share experiences, develop friendships and support one another. 

Sisters Can is a programme for females that will equip and assist them in focusing on self-enrichment and success in all aspects of their lives.

Kainé Youth Collective allows an opportunity for young people to discuss, share and reflect on views about contemporary issues.