Our Aim

To achieve an inclusive society that offers equal opportunities to minorities who need support for their integration into the wider community

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Who We Are


is a volunteer community group that provides information, advice, and guidance relating to welfare benefits, housing, education, employment, or community integration, to the minority communities in the UK, mobilizing resources, coordinating the efforts of different agencies, and building programs to the welfare of individuals or groups to meet their needs.

We are delighted to have received support from Luton Rising via their Community Recovery Fund managed by the Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation (BLCF). Thanks to this grant we are now able to continue our work with the minority community from East of Europe.

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What We Do

We support and promote the common interests of different minorities by integrating them in the UK and create equal opportunities and access to services through:

  • implementing educational, professional and social projects,

  • improving their skills, knowledge and their personal development,

  • working towards the alleviation of poverty, sickness and isolation 

Eligibility Criteria for FREE Information, Advice and Guidance, FREE Support to the minority group in Luton, to support people in poverty and affected by the pandemic (Covid19).
*This work has been funded by BLCF and Luton Borough Council as part of the Community Recovery Fund. Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation.
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Supporting people at risk of exclusion from work, school, society

  • parenting support sessions, 

  • connections and collaboration with schools, 

  • attending meetings with parents (at Schools, Social Services, Family Group Conferences, external Agencies),

  • career and opportunity advice sessions, 

  • opening bank accounts to improve financial management, 

  • NI number applications, 

  • housing benefit applications, 

  • seeking accommodation, etc.

Supporting socially isolated people, people with emotional/physical difficulties

  • coaching sessions, 

  • career advice sessions, 

  • school registration, 

  • applying for respective benefits, 

  • translation services for online and face to face appointments 

  • connection to different services such as GP, Hospitals, Midwife Society, Local authorities, DWP.

Supporting people with low self-esteem or eager to improve their well-being in order to integrate into society/school/workplace

  • arts and crafts, educative interactive games

  • English courses both for written and oral development

  • 1-2-1 activities for self-development

  • lifestyle wellness focused sessions.

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“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see”

Mark Twain


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