OUR CURRENT PROJECTS

African Community Centre provides a drop in Centre for all people to participate in the African/African Caribbean cultures as well as supporting their community members to integrate and participate in their local Welsh Heritage projects.

WINDRUSH Intergenerational project, funded by Young Roots Heritage Lottery and records the culture, journey and settlement of people from the West Indies who came and settled in Swansea and surrounding areas in the 50’s and 60’s

Asylum seekers will gain access to vital services and social opportunities by booking low-cost journeys with volunteer drivers.

The Safety Net Project is aimed at identifying and engaging with asylum seekers and refugees (old and new arrivals) and supporting them to access services that are available in the community.

The project aims to support individuals and families from all background to identify their skills and abilities, and build upon them to develop a more sustainable lifestyle.

The Amani Project supports female refugees and asylum seekers to relieve the emotional effects of the trauma they experienced in their country, on their journey to and within the UK.

OUR PAST PROJECTS

Sanctuary in Wales offers women refugees and women seeking asylum training and work placements and encourages their integration into local communities

The aims of the I Can project include the provision of opportunities and activities that our target group would not otherwise have access to

Sanctuary in Wales offers women refugees and women seeking asylum training and work placements and encourages their integration into local communities

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