Our Covid-19 foodpacks contain enough content to suffice an average family for 7-10 days. This is a drop off service only through referalls.
If you or someone you know falls into the categories as per the flyer above please contact admin via our contact page below.
We believe in the transformative power of counselling, advising & listening. As a passionate and developing academy we’re here to help those who’ve been bereaved, suffered loss or experienced separation, need HR advice and been subject to domestic violence.
We’re proud of our services and our partnerships with local authorities, the NHS,local businesses and the trusts and foundations that help fund our work. We’re equally proud of the staff and volunteers who help us deliver high quality therapy and support.
Through providing food, our food bank do so much more than feed people — its help all members of a community receive the fuel they need to be their best. Developing our network of food banks is helping build stronger communities parcel by parcel. We take referrals and do in-house assessments so do please contact us should you need the feel to use this service. Currently due to COVID19 we deliver as site is not open for general public during lockdown
Whether it’s reconstructing a playground, visiting an elderly home, or simply clearing rubbish, our Academy's Community Enhancement project(s) is an excellent way to bring about change on a small, intimate level.
We understand that engaging in community service provides us with the opportunity to become active members of the community and has a lasting, positive impact on society at large, as well as provide a service to those who need it most.
Together we can enhance our community!
As people grow older, they find that they are no longer able to do the physical tasks that they were once able to do with ease. Many senior citizens require assistance with everyday tasks and will need help with getting around and getting things done.
By looking for ways to volunteer through our Academy Senior Citizens Programmes in our community, you will be able to make a difference to their lives with things like household tasks & hobbies, will ensure that they can continue to live rich.
A safe community is a real community. Often, concerns about “crime and drug abuse” include a range of issues having to do with whether neighbours feel safe, or outsiders perceive the neighbourhood to be safe.
Our Academy efforts, as well as facilitating projects, call upon outreach workers and “violence interrupters,” faith leaders and other community leaders to intervene in conflicts and to promote safety and reduce crime and drug abuse.
This is where we place stocks of food, typically basic dry provisions and non-perishable items which we supply free of charge to the people in need in our locality and beyond.
The world's first food bank was established in the US in 1967, and since then many thousands have been set up all over the world. In Europe, which until recently had little need for food banks due to extensive welfare systems, their numbers grew rapidly after the global increase in food prices.
We offer this service without prejudice & with full compassion and
People with disabilities are vulnerable because of the many barriers we face; attitudinal, physical, and financial. We believe that addressing these barriers is within our reach and we have a moral duty to do so. Legislation to assist the disabled is a great way of of government support but it’s never enough. Most importantly addressing these barriers through initiatives through our outreach services will unlock the potential of so many people with so much to contribute to the community.
What are the Benefits of Positive Schooling ? Schools across the UK face many challenges, including student disengagement, poverty and violence,shrinking resources, growing truancy and dropout rates.
Here at the Academy, we aspire to close these gaps by involvement with local schools and children and work together on initiatives for positive outcomes. Lets not forget our schools play a pivotal role in the future of our children so a great foundation now will make all the difference tomorrow.
Our Academy recognises that many people find themselves homeless when they never expected it would happen to them.
You are homeless if you have nowhere to stay and are living on the streets, but you can be homeless even if you have a roof over your head. You count as homeless if you are:
Our interfaith session(s) approach aims to develop an attitude of tolerance between multi-faiths and promotes social cohesion through various positive methodologies. This is led by our professional qualified members of the community working with mosques, churches and community faith groups
We at the Academy recognise that domestic abuse can have an enormous effect on mental health. From our consultations with professional services we have learn‘t that it is now well accepted that abuse (both in childhood and in adult life) is often the main factor in the development of depression, anxiety and other mental health disorders, and may lead to sleep disturbances, self-harm, suicide and attempted suicide, eating disorders and substance misuse.
TPA is networking to tackle this issue.
For people facing winter on the streets, it’s never been more dangerous to be homeless. Our outreach workers could be there for people worried about spending winter on the streets, helping them on the path to a home and a brighter future.
We partnered up with As-Suffa Outreach on our sub-zero project to provide accommodated overnight stay at Lionel St. Birmingham city centre for the homeless which proved to be a huge project