We provide ESOL classes; sewing classes; a foodbank; play and stay; Talk English classes; modern day slavery and domestic violence workshops/seminars; community development working with other community groups; one-to-one parenting; an accredited parenting programme; work with social services from different boroughs on family matters; family support via home visits; safeguarding with parent; immigration referrals; housing referrals; relationship advice; supporting looked after children; Older people's drop-in craft sessions; job club; IT and Computer classes.
- Available In
- Available to Age Groups
- No Restriction
- What we can help with
- Help to get household items and clothing
- Help with food and other essentials
- Available to these Groups
- Asylum Seekers
- Single Parents
- Vulnerable Adults
- Young Families
We work to support African and Migrant families and at the same time we also work with Asylum Seekers and Refugees.
One of our key pieces of work is proving a Culturally appropriate Parenting Programme which bridges the cultural gap in parenting.