About Us

Our History

Passion4Fusion, a Black Multi Ethnic organisation in Scotland, was founded in 2014 by multicultural volunteers. Established as a charity in 2017, we empower Black African communities, particularly young people and women, in Edinburgh and the Lothians.

We address inequalities they face, such as racism, under-representation, and poor access to services, by providing culturally appropriate support. This includes engaging with stakeholders and policymakers to advocate for better services.


“An inclusive and equal Scotland where all communities are empowered as equal responsible citizens achieving their potential in advancing Scottish life at all levels.”

“We are devoted to empowering the diverse ethnic and cultural minorities in Scotland through inspiring and fostering participative democracy, equality, and active citizenship for all.”

Our Strategic objectives

Promote inclusive citizenship across Edinburgh & Lothians
Empower Black African communities in Edinburgh & Lothians
Foster racial harmony in Scotland's multicultural communities.
Boost family engagement in education across Edinburgh & Lothians



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People Engaged Since 2010

Our Impact

At Passion4Fusion, our community engagement and support empower young people and their families to improve their health and wellbeing in a safe and non- judgmental environment.

Our focus is reaching out to families and the wider Multi Ethnic community to identify issues that affect African communities and work them to find solutions that will support integration into Scottish society while contributing to community cohesion

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Where local people are able to solve local problems.

Our Funders

Passion4Fusion is supported by Various funders to be able to carry out the activities we do! Without whom it would be difficult to carry out any work.

  • The Huruma Project is funded by the National Lottery
  • The Wellbeing Youth Group is Funded by WE MOVE BBC Children In Need
  • Our Promise Work is Funded by the Corra Foundation
  • Sports activities are funded by Garfield foundation, Young Start, Gannochy Trust and Corra
  • We are also grateful to Baobab Foundation and The Robertson Trust for our unrestricted Funding
  • Our Men’s Mental Health Project is funded by CMWF through EVOC
  • Our Employability Project if funded by  CCP