We set up the first African Gospel concert in Witney in aid of our women’s refuge which created community cohesion from the video and picture it added to increase their quality of life and also brought about joy to those depressed.
We have supported women numbering 140 in total in Oxfordshire areas in the mental hospital through chaplaincy services, supported women for 14months at the second largest female prison within chaplaincy capacity.
We supported BME families going through hardship in counselling and food provision and personnel financial support.
We have supported the homeless in Oxford through the Grandma Smith soup kitchen for three years via volunteering and providing food to support the Christmas dinner.
We believe in partnership as such we have always supported African led churches and their community programmes that is faith based: through attending their programmes and signposting it to other people.
We have provided food for the homeless men and women at our charity stall at the Gloucester Green market since 2015 for five years as well as provided integrative and employment support for BME women and families for 8yrs in Oxford and Oxfordshire.