Holding Hands

COMMUNITY SUPPORT 

 Our community support projects  focus on providing parents, children, youth and vulnerable adults with the tools to tackle and deal with everyday issues.

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Our mums are trained peer advocates and mentors, with lived experience, motivated to help others overcome hardship.

We collaborate and partner with organisations, charities and liaise with our local authority to assure the appropriate responses when meeting peoples needs. 

We deliver regular workshops tailored to build confidence and empower leadership in our communities. 

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YOUTH INTERVENTION

Due to central government cuts, over the past decade, the lack of safe spaces and provisions to guide and support our young people as resulted in youth crime pandemic, we have identified that youth crime and  exploitation is a result of lack of role models within the community to protect and encourage our youth to live a healthy lifestyle this is caused by various levels of poverty that often go under the carpet. 

We provide safe spaces for our young people to thrive, connect with services and support needed to lead a happy life. 

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We partner with like-minded organisations and deliver awareness and self development workshops to equip young people on their journey. 

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This platforms empowers young people to identify their unique gifts and talents,  we  also invest in different ways to ensure our youth become fruitful with their birth given gifts, we create opportunities for our youth to develop and showcase their talents.

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FITNESS & WELL BEING

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This is programme is a combination of circuits work out and non contact boxing, there's also time to breath and focus on gratitude.

Sessions happen face to face and virtually too. 

Our participants have commented how it has helped them feel good and how they have found it positive for their mental health.

Participants have the choice to qualify as non contact boxing tutors and encouraged to deliver sessions too!

All genders are welcome to find out more get in touch.

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 Black, asian, and minority ethinicities isolation is a big issue, as result many families are left struggling, without  knowing where to get help, through our outreach and advocacy services we also tailor workshops around well-being to promote good mental health in our communities!

This projects are 6-8 weeks long, to find out more get in touch!

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OUTREACH

We outreach mainly through word of mouth and referrals, this service ensures that we meet  people  where they at and we been successfully supporting families throughout the pandemic to meet their basic needs care packages, food and ,more including digital inclusion, we do this with the help of our sponsors and partners.

Want to learn how you can make a difference? Contact us today to speak with a representative.

 
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EMPOWERING AND BUILDING RESILIENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY

Mums On a Mission is an organization, founded by mothers with lived experience of hardship and social exclusion.

 

Our mission is to empower confidence and promote diversity and resilience in our communities, our vision is to build a healthy, happy and fruitful generation. 
 

Our main beneficiaries are vulnerable adults, young people and children who are viewed to be living below the poverty line.
 

We do this by providing  Family support with advocacy, youth intervention and Health and well being

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