Our objects are facilitated through the delivery of our various projects. These projects are in keeping in line with our objects seek to serve the interests of our beneficiaries.  Working collaboratively with our beneficiaries, our projects seek to engage, support and empower those that are vulnerable and most at risk of social exclusion, isolation and disadvantages caused by family crisis including domestic abuse.  A key feature of our projects is our approach to promote self-help, self-management, increase opportunities for personal development, and social and economic participation.

By adopting a holistic approach that values long-term sustainable solutions, each project enables and places the individual, family or community group at the heart of the transformation process. Both immediate and long-term solutions are initiated, owned and managed by those seeking change to their critical situation.  Our holistic approach to our work has enabled us to have a positive impact and to make a difference to the lives of our beneficiaries.

Working in partnership with:

• Church of God of Prophecy Luton
• Excell3/National Black Boys Can Association
• Local Schools
• Luton Borough Council
• Other Community Group