who we are

Supporting Children from lower socioeconomic backgrounds with Education and Sports

We are a charity organization based in Hammersmith and Fulham. We work with mothers and children from ethnic minority groups.

We work for the benefit of the public, specifically, mothers, children and young people to:

 

promote amateur sport activities which promote good health and wellbeing.

To advance the education of the beneficiaries in the subjects of numeracy, Maths and Literacy skills

advance the education of employment skills of the beneficiaries in the subjects of IT, CV building, interview technique, job search and writing job applications

 To promote social cohesion and reduce isolation of the beneficiaries through recreational activities including outing, dancing and social clubs.

OUR APPROACH

BAME children are less likely to take part in physical activities.

According to Sports England Children from Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are less likely to take part in physical activities.

More than 57,000 children were surveyed about their exercise habits.

45% of children between the ages of five and 16 years old are active for at least 60 minutes a day. according to sports England. 

When it comes to children from BAME backgrounds, the number reaching that national target is even lower.

  • provide children and young people with the opportunity to access particular sports.
  • Address the barriers BAME children face whether it is cultural, lack of opportunity or motivation.

To support Children

  • Feel competent and confident with sport or exercise.
  • Understand why it is good for them.
  • Know how and where to get involved
  • Enjoy being active and playing sport.

Working to empower our community and to contribute to their success through sport.

Our Team

Mohammed

Finance
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Ali

CEO
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FATMA

Admin
Fatma is our administrator

Zeyneb

Accountant
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