Stabilise, Boost, Reduce, Share, Change.
Stable Mental Health: The first key element to address amongst our target group is the management and prevention of mental health. A poor mental health limits our abilities to thrive. We break the stigma around mental health, access to support and overcoming barriers.
Training, Education and employment: With a stable mental health, our beneficiaries can be motivated to create and pursue their career goals through volunteering, apprenticeship, college and university programs, paid employment and the creation of micro businesses.
Reduce poverty, crime, domestic abuse, and promote community cohesion principles: Through our education and personal development programmes, we aim to raise vibrant leaders, coaches; peer mentors, educators and community champions who can in-turn support in tackling our community challenges.
A shared Vision and Community Partnership: We aim to work with other community projects with a shared vision. Whilst we create and monitor our beneficiaries’ identified goals and support plan, we shall signpost those with complex needs to the appropriate organisation, thus promoting community cohesion.
Self-sustainability, long-term socio-cultural, economic and political reforms and reduced migration: When our beneficiaries are mentally stable, educated, highly skilled, and financially comfortable, they become a force of change, not only within the UK community, but also in their respective countries of birth. It brings long-term socio-economic and policy reforms through transferable skills, employment, quality education, health care, poverty alleviation, stability, and reduced unsafe migration to the UK.