We have worked hard to develop as an organisation that is well organised and strives towards quality in its provision of services.
Our programme has been continually growing since we first launched in May 2002 and now contains:
A continually growing art programmes with a specialism in gospel arts, through workshops, artist management and events in art, community and educational settings.
A cultural programme that supports Black History Month, Martin Luther King Day and our very own Sing Freedom projects.
A community and education programme that works to raise the achievements and aspirations of disadvantaged individuals, that attracts young people who are socially excluded into positive activities, female refugees and asylum seekers and aiding them into work and building the confidence and self esteem of teenage parents.
We have continued to take small steps towards making big achievements and we have succeeded through the work we have done, the partnerships we’ve developed and the friends we’ve made along the way. Its’ been hard work but the achievements have been rewarding. We are now a registered charity and private company limited by guarantee with big dreams to continue to support our community.
We would like to say thank you to everyone who has supported us, worked with us and helped us to become the organisation we are. We look forward to an exciting future and ask you to keep visiting our site to find out what’s going on and how you can get involved.
Find out more about our previous work with women and girls.
Find out more about our previous work with refugees and migrants.
Find out more about our previous work with young people.
Find out more about our previous work with senior citizens.