A place where young people come to have fun as they learn and gain skills in the process.
Friendships are encouraged and nurtured. Activities that take place during our sessions include among others: games, drumming, dancing, singing and learning about other cultures.
A music dance and drama celebrating the Heritage of our young people. We use the Arts as a non-threatening way to community hard subject matters like sectarianism, Racism, identity, bullying and many more. We focus on the beauty and uniqueness of Africa and helps demystify the myths that have come to be associated with Africa as a continent. Music as well as the virtual arts, drama and dance has given us insight in the way the young people's minds works.
Health and Wellbeing
We provide support to Africans with underlying health issues and concerns such as, mental health, Hepatitis B, HIV, poor sexual health cancer and diabetes. The African community particularly struggle to access culturally appropriate assistance. P4F provides culturally sensitive information relevant to our communities needs to enable individuals access services and manage their illness in a way that matters to them.
We aim to reduce health inequalities affecting BME communities by :
- Listening and responding service and counselling
- Mental health awareness
- HIV, Hepatitis B awareness and support
- Sexual health awareness
- Diabetes information
- Health and faith issues
- Health promotion through diet and exercise
- Cancer awareness and access to mainstream support
- child abuse and neglect support