A project that supports young people at risk of Islamist and Far-Right Extremism and Sexual Exploitation
The belonging project
Increasing the participation, aspirations, and sense of belonging of children and young people
family link project
A project that supports BME young people and their families who are facing multiple challenges in their lives.
A project that increases BME young people’s participation in sport.
the think project
This is a project that tackles and challenges racism and far-right sympathising views in young people, using an open dialogue approach.
A project that supporta young people aged 11-25 with one to one free tuition in challenging subjects (Maths, English & Sccience).
A project that engages refugees and asylum seekers in volunteering.
youth get a job project
This is a project that helps young people aged 16-21 years old get the right skills to secure employment.
This is a project that helps marginalised young people aged 16 to 30 into sustainable employment through peer-led support.
young, migrant & sandwell
This is a project that engages with young people from diverse backgrounds in researching and documenting their own experiences of coming to and living in Sandwell.
refugee & asylum advice project
This project offers a daily advice service for young refugees or asylum seekers (including unaccompanied minors, care leavers) in Sandwell.
sandwell positive street project
A project that increases the understanding, confidence and resilience of young Muslims living in Sandwell.
local communities youth trust sport project
This project uses sport to engage and empower young people to play a greater part in their community.
school term breakout play scheme project
A project that runs sport activities during school breaks termly, targeted at BME, Refugee & Asylum-seeker children but open to all.