Positive Futures is an innovative community-based programme, encompassing outreach, mentoring, education and positive activities which has been designed by young people in Stoke-on-Trent.
Round House is a martial arts, boxing and personal development outreach project working with disadvantaged young people. The project uses the Olympic sports Taekwondo and boxing to engage with the community.
BOOM BOOM Cricket
Engage Communities works in partnership with Staffordshire Cricket and Chance to Shine to deliver BOOM BOOM Cricket sessions in diverse communities. The project aims to raise aspirations, promote social cohesion.
Engage is a community empowerment organisation that helps disadvantaged communities overcome social exclusion through youth and civic engagement, community development and education.
Engage provides a specialist Black, Asian and minority ethnic service to tackle health inequalities, promote safer communities and improve social cohesion. Our organisation enjoys the support and patronage of Professor Lord Kamlesh Patel OBE.
Engage Communities uses the power of sport to improve the life skills of young people whilst raising aspirations and helping them become more employable.
I am proud to be the Patron of Engage Communities, an organisation that creates positive changes in the lives of socially excluded and disadvantaged people within our communities. I believe that tackling Social Exclusion and Health Inequalities is everyone’s responsibility and Engage Communities inclusive approach empowers people and focuses on their potential to make a difference for themselves. Engage Communities it is a vital community resource that can create life changing experiences for everyone within the local community from individuals to families and neighbourhoods.
Every young person faces so many challenges. Whether it’s getting and keeping your life on track, getting the most out of your education, finding work, or making where you live a better place to live – organisations like Engage Communities are making a difference and are there to support.