Organisational pledge against hate

Tower Hamlets have developed a No Place for Hate (NPFH) Campaign which aims to send clear and consistent messages that hate will not be tolerated in our borough.

This goes beyond a media campaign to encourage positive messages of One Tower Hamlets but also aims to encourage communities to challenge hate if safe to do so.

We recognise that all agencies, statutory, voluntary, community and private sector have a role to play in tackling hate and discrimination and promoting community safety. This is why we have created a NPFH Organisational Pledge for organisations to sign and a NPFH Personal Pledge for any individual that lives, works or visits our borough.

We will:

  • Promote and implement a policy that promotes diversity and equality and challenges all forms of discrimination.
  • Ensure that our employment, health and safety policies and procedures deal effectively with hate crime or incidents that occur in the workplace whether between employees, or against staff members or the public.
  • Embed in our hire policy the Tower Hamlets No Place for Hate Pledge to ensure that events taking place at our premises do not promote any form of hate.
  • Check out people booking and ask for details of speakers well in advance.
  • Pass on details to relevant LBTH hate crime officers (020 7364 6105/6120) if we have any concerns about the topics/speakers and their track record in terms of hate speech.
  • Ensure that all people booking venues are aware of our No Place for Hate commitments and that any bookings/events found to contravene the pledge will be cancelled.
  • Display posters and leaflets in our public reception areas condemning all forms of hate and providing information for victims to enable them to access support.
  • Review the way our agency responds to the needs of service users or employees who may have experienced hate crime.
  • Train our staff on hate crime issues and how to respond to victims who report incidents to them.
  • Monitor the cases of hate crime that are reported to our agency, and ensure appropriate records are kept of all reports and action taken.
  • Share monitoring information about the number and types of cases that come to our attention with the Tower Hamlets No Place for Hate Forum to contribute to creating a better picture of hate crime in the borough.
  • Identify a lead officer in our agency who will maintain up to date information on hate crime issues and service developments in the borough.
  • Undertake activities that promote the No Place for Hate Campaign (optional).
  • Agree for our organisation’s name and logo to appear on the No Place for Hate campaign web pages and publicity materials if necessary.

Add your organisation to the pledge against hate crime

Further information

For further information or any questions, please contact the council's VAWG, Domestic Abuse and Hate Team on hatecrime@towerhamlets.gov.uk.

Find out how we use your data by reading our pledges privacy notice.

See which other organisations have pledged against hate in Tower Hamlets

Aberfeldy Practice

Description of service: General Practitioner Surgery.

Account 3 and Women's Development Trust

Description of services: Training, welfare advice, child care and community development.

Addaction

Description of services: Breaking the cycle - working with families affected by parental or carer's substance or alcohol misuse.

Age Concern Tower Hamlets

Description of service: Age Concern Tower Hamlets provides:

  • Direct provision of services to older people in need.
  • Social advocacy and campaigning with and on behalf of older people.
  • Innovation and research into the needs of older people, pioneering projects and looking at new ways to address problems.
  • Partnership in joint planning through working with statutory and voluntary agencies so that individuals' needs may be met regardless of organisational boundaries.

Al Isharah Ltd

Description of services: Children's Islamic classes, deaf employment services, deaf marriage service, Friday Islamic classes and Friday sermon for deaf and hard of hearing children and adults

Amali Project

Description of services: Therapeutic support for carers and children who have experienced domestic violence.

Amonet Limited

Description of services: Amonet is a domiciliary provider, which provides care to service users in their own homes within the community of Tower Hamlets to enable them to live independently in their own homes.

Arhag Housing Association

Description of service: Registered Social BME Housing with primary care towards refugees.

Arms Chemist

Description of service: Pharmacy.

Arnhem Wharf Primary School

Description of services: Primary School

Around Poplar Children Centre

Description of services: Early identification and preventative services provided through Children Centres as part of Integrated Early Years Service and wider Early Help services. Through assessment processes issues can be identified early and appropriate steps taken to address them preventing them escalation. This aim is to allow all children to reach their potential and increase their life chances and outcomes.

Barts Health NHS Trust

Description of services: NHS - Acute and Community Services

BEST Training

Description of service: Leading IT training centres in London. We run a wide variety of courses for businesses, for individuals from basic keyboard skills to advanced multimedia design and accounting software training. We offer all levels of Microsoft Office training including MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Publisher. We also offer free maths & English courses, Learndirect courses and business skills training. For specialist training in Adobe software such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash and Illustrator or accounting and bookkeeping courses including SAGE line 50 and payroll, BEST Computer Training have a range of IT courses to suit you. As an accredited Microsoft training centre we can offer quality learning through our qualified and experienced instructors.

Bethnal Green Mission Church

Description of services: Provides support and services for vulnerable and socially included young people, play and childcare opportunities for children 0-11 years, a youth club and support for elderly people as well as Christian worship and special events.

Blue Gate Fields Junior School


Description: Primary School.

BRAC UK

Description of services: Money management services in Tower Hamlets with more projects in the pipe line.

Bromley By Bow Centre

Description of service: Local community centre.

Cable Street Community Gardens

Description of service: Community gardening group.

Canary Wharf Group

Description of service: Property management, development, construction and ownership.

Carers Centre Tower Hamlets

Description of service: The carers centre provides advice, information and support services to all carers within the Tower Hamlets borough of London.

Centre For Youth Work Studies

Description of services: Education and training for youth practitioners, research and evaluation, action research projects, intervention or support or YCW projects.

Central Foundation Girls’ School

Description of service: Secondary School Year 7-11, Post Sixteen Provision, 6th Form Y12 + 13
Extended School Provision.

Chikara

Description of service: Martial Arts Club.

Children Education Centre

Description of service: Lunch club, mother tongue classes, football, homework support and fitness club.

Church for the City (East London)

Description of services: Church serving all ages and all cultures especially youth and provides volunteers for Door of Hope with street workers.

CIDA

Description of service: Business Support.

Circle Anglia Old Ford Housing

Description of service: Registered Social Housing Provider.

City Gateway Limehouse Youth Centre

Description of service: Youth Centre.

Cleveland Mini Store

Description of service: Retail Shop.

Coborn Day Centre

Description of service: Adults with learning disabilities day centre.

Coram

Description of services: Supported housing services for young people leaving care aged 16-21. Programme is designed to support young people and help them acquire the skills for independent living through an accredited learning programme.

Council of Mosques

Description of services: The Council of Mosques(COM) was established to bridge communication gaps between mosques within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and statutory providers. It has since operated as an independent umbrella organisation representing a diverse membership of local mosques, cultural and Islamic centres with 45 members at present. The council of mosques is a charity that offers engagement between the local Muslim community of Tower Hamlets and a number of government departments and local service providers such as the Home Office, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London Fire & emergency planning Authority, the local authority, the Metropolitan Police Authority and the NHS Primary care Trust to name a few. Working in collaboration and partnership forms the backbone of the Council of Mosques philosophy where its role as a conduit of communication between the Muslim community in Tower Hamlets and the local authority is central. Currently the Council of mosques offers four main areas of service provision. Capacity building and training programmes for its members and affiliates, consultation and advocacy on local issues, community cohesion activities including interfaith work, employment advice and guidance.

Cubitt Town Junior School

Description of services: Junior School.

Culloden Bangladeshi Parents Association

Description of service: Mother tongue/supplementary classes, education / training, social/cultural activities, youth services, advice/guidance.

Darul Hadis Latifah

Description of services: We are an independent Islamic School in Bethnal Green. As part of our curriculum, we actively promote the four British Values. We are committed to promoting tolerance and harmony in the community.

Digibridge CIC

Description of services: 3rd sector organisation as well as using ICT to engage with marginalised communities.

deafPLUS

Description of services: Support services for deaf people, including advice and information, advocacy, employment services, health and wellbeing support, living with hearing loss support.

Docklands Community Organisation (DCO)

Description of services: Cultural and educational centre, community hub. women, men, elderly, young adults and teenagers attend this centre. Provides services to all the community (coffee mornings, lunch club, socialising training , workshops and NHS advice) the centre has prayer facilities.

East End Homes

Description of service: Registered social landlord, confidential services. East End Homes fully investigate complaints, undertake case reviews, obtain injunctions undertaken from County Court, use anti-social behaviour orders and evict perpetrators.

East London Central Synagogue

Description of service: Jewish place of worship.

East London Out Project (ELOP)

Description of service: Range of support services to the LGBT community including counselling, advice and information, social and support groups, youth support, schools work, community safety, training, LGBT asylum seekers support, LBTH LGBT community forum, events.

Excelcare Homecare Division

Description of services: Excelcare Homecare Division, Tower Hamlets Branch Domiciliary care agency - providing care to service users in their own homes and in the community.

Family Intervention Project

Description of services: Intensive outreach service for the most disadvantaged families in Tower Hamlets.

Gateway Housing

Description of services: Registered Social Housing Provider.

George Green's School

Description: Secondary School.

George Green Youth Service

Description of service: Statutory Youth Provision for Local Area Partnership 8.

Glasshouse Parkview

Description of service: Parents & toddlers group, children’s art & drawing, carers' group, youth club and music workshops.

GP Care Group CIC (Tower Hamlets)

Description of service:  GP Federation. The Care Group enables all 36 practices in Tower Hamlets to speak with one voice, working collectively on innovative ventures to deliver primary and community services at scale, i.e borough-wide.

Grave Maurice Pub

Description of service: Pub/ Club.

Governor Support Service

Description of services: London Borough of Tower Hamlets Governor Support Services.

Halley Primary School

Description: Primary School.

Harry Gosling Primary School

Description of service: Primary School.

Hidayyah Trust

Description of service: Childrens Education Centre.

Horwood Estate Bangla School

Description of service: Providing education for young children, providing lunch and exercise class for older people.

Ian Mikardo High School

Description of service: All our students have severe and complex social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD) and statements of special educational need. Many have been excluded from other schools and are regarded as unteachable when they join us, from the age of 11. Our new purpose-built school gives them a safe haven. We provide minute-by-minute day-time support and a structured learning environment and, despite their challenging personal circumstances, our students make tremendous progress. When they leave us at 16, they are ready to engage with a positive future.

IDS – Industrial Dwellings Society

Description of services: Registered Social Housing Providers.

INDO

Description of service: Licensed bar.

Island House Community Centre

Description of service: Multi purpose community hub delivering youth services, PAYP contracts, Public Health CanDo coordination, Public Health Community Parents / Better Beginnings project. Idea Store ESOL Classes, employment training projects.

Jo-Go Training

Description of service: Jo-go delivers a range of access to employment, work readiness, CPD and governance training. These include training and A2E programmes suitable for young people 18-24 utilising Web 2 and media based methods.

  • Employability training including negotiation skills, problem solving, team building and employment culture
  • Family support programmes for women from BAME and newly arrived communities.

LBTH Professional Development Centre

Description of services: Conference/Training Venue - London Base of University of Cumbria.

Leabank Project

Description of service: Community capacity-building.

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

Description of services: Local authority service provider.

London Buddhist Centre

Description of service: Buddhist place of worship.

London Care PLC

Description of services: Domiciliary care.

London Dockers’ Club

Description of service: Community centre (9 groups) - A variety of arts, cultural and social events are held at, and in association with the centre. There is also a senior club which arranges arts and social trips for the older generation of local residents. The London Dockers Athletic Club provides sports activities including a number of football teams. A gym will be up and running shortly.

London Fire Brigade

Description of service: Emergency Fire Service 

London Muslim Centre

Description of services: The London Muslim Centre (known as LMC) is a spiritual, cultural and educational institution based in the east end of London.

London Somali Action Forum

Description of services: Voluntary charity org, we provide advice, advocacy in welfare benefit training, homework club and job search programme.

Look Ahead Housing Association

Description of services: Algate Hostel provides accommodation and support to 158 people who are experiencing homelessness, some of whom are former rough sleepers. As well as providing specialist support around substance misuse, mental health and skills development, we also offer specific services for sex workers and for women who are experiencing homelessness.

Look Ahead Housing and Care

Description of services: Young persons supported accommodation.

Look Ahead Young People’s Supported Housing

Description of service: Supported housing and care for young people.

Love from Hatred

Description of service: Voluntary service which helps draw young people away from crime and get them into theatre and dance.

Master Printers LTD

Description of Service: Situated in the heart of London's East End in Whitechapel, Master Printers is a new digital printing company that provides services to its customers at affordable prices. Master Printers provides full colour digital print solutions to local and nationwide businesses and organisations alike. We offer full colour leaflet printing, business cards, flyers, menu printing, booklet printing, t-shirt printing, personalised gifts, posters, stickers, laminating, binding, copying and much more. We provide great value for money with high quality results. We regularly monitor competitors to ensure good, honest prices for all our customers. We don't like being beaten on price, so if you can find a better deal we will try to match it and possibly throw in a little something extra. We approach every job with strict attention to detail and confidentiality. Customer satisfaction is our first priority. We take great pride in our customer satisfaction policy and aim to turn most jobs around within one working day, thereby offering a truly fast printing service. We also despatch our orders nationwide using our private courier service to ensure you receive your products on time. We take pride in all the work we carry out for you and aim to give you the best results in every order that we receive. This means giving you the best design solutions and printing.

Majlish Homecare Services

Description of service: Culturally appropriate homecare services.

Metropolitan Police - Tower Hamlets

Description of service: Police Service.

Mile End Children Centre

Description of services: Children's Centre - Services for under 11.

MIND in Tower Hamlets & Newham

Description of service: Community Mental Health support, advice, information, advocacy and talking therapies.

Mitali Housing Association

Description of service: Registered Social Housing Provider.

Mudchute Association

Description of service: Mudchute provides the community with a major environmental and leisure resource, services include education department, park and farm, horse riding, children and young peoples services, volunteering and training opportunities.

Muslim Aid

Description of services: As a leading and well established faith-based British humanitarian charity, Muslim Aid's work is governed by the teachings of Islam, such as compassion, empathy, generosity and helping others in need.

This is implemented through emergency responses and eliminating poverty and its causes by developing innovative and sustainable solutions that enable individuals and their communities to live with dignity.

Muslim Youth Skills

Description of services: Training and consultancy for those who work with young Muslims.

My World My Home

Description of services: 'My World My Home' is a programme running at New City College this year working with 5-15 students until Easter.

Newlon Housing Trust

Description of service: Housing management (General needs, leasehold, temporary, supported).

New Start

Description of service: New start works with young people aged between 16-19 not in education, employment or training (NEAT) to get them into education, employment and training (EAT).

NHS Tower Hamlets

Description of service: National Health Service.

Older Peoples Services - South East Team

Description of services: Assessment and care management locality team for older people aged 65+.

One Housing Group

Description of service: Housing association providing numerous services to our residents.

Organisational Development

Description of services: To provide training.

Osmani Trust

Description of service: We offer services for young people in education and employment opportunities and mentoring.

Poplar Baths Leisure Centre

Description of service: Leisure Centre.

Queen Mary University of London

Description of service: Higher education.

Queen Mary University of London Students' Union

Description of service: Representative organisation devoted to the educational and welfare interest of all students at the university. Provider of students and the community.

Peabody Housing Association

Description of service: Registered Social Housing Provider.

PEACE Muslim Youth Project

Description of services: To empower Muslim young people to be more active in their local community and to develop training and projects.

Physical Disabilities Day Centre

Description of service: Local authority day service for people with physical/sensory disability.

Peoples Care Limited

Description of service: A domiciliary care service provider for adults in the area of Tower Hamlets.

Places for People

Description of service: Registered Social Housing Provider.

Poplar HARCA

Description of services: Registered Social Housing Provider.

Positive East

Description of service: East London's HIV charity, offering support for individuals and communities affected by HIV.

Praxis

Description of services: Services for vulnerable migrants and new communities. 

Providence Row Charity

Description of services: A charity working to provide support and hope to homeless people in Tower Hamlets and the City of London.

Rachel Keeling Nursery

Description: School.

Radhost LTD - The Sun Inn

Description of service: Public House.

REAL DPO LTD

Description of service:

Our vision
An equal society, free from physical, social, attitudinal and financial barriers that stop disabled people from living their life the way they want.

Our mission
We work with anyone in Tower Hamlets (and beyond) with lived experience of disability to have the same rights, choices and opportunities in life as non-disabled people.

Our objectives
We support our constituents to:

  • have the same life chances as everyone else
  • access their rights, including human rights
  • overcome discrimination
  • live independently*.

* 'Independently' means living with any support they need, where they choose, how they want, with the money to do it.

At a strategic level we:

  • are led at every level by our constituency
  • work at the individual, group and community level
  • create two-way communication between us and our constituency and support them to communicate with each other
  • work in partnership with other organisations.

At an operational level we support people:

  • at every stage of their journey to independence
  • to be in control of their own life
  • to gain skills and experience.

Our services:

  • information, advice and advocacy services
  • independent living support (including supporting people to use direct payments)
  • accessible IT training
  • Local Voices (a group of disabled people working together to influence the council and others on key matters that affect their lives)
  • third-party hate crime reporting for people experiencing disability-related harassment and disability hate crime.

SafeEast

Description of service: Providing support to young people aged 10 to 19 (up to 25 if SEND or LAC), who live, work or study in Tower Hamlets, with substance misuse issues, contraception and sexual health.

Salvation Army

Description of services: Worldwide Christian denomination. Has a number of churches, community centres and hostels within the borough.

School Home Support Charity

Description of service: Educations charity.

Shadwell Youth Organisation

Description of service: Physical activities youth organisation.

Sir Thomas More Court Residents Association

Description of service: Residents association.

Spitalfields Housing Association

Description of service: Affordable homes for people with housing needs.

St Georges Leisure Centre

Description of service: Leisure Centre.

St Paul's Way Medical Centre

Description of service: GP & Nurse Service.

Step Forward

Description of services: Step Forward improves the quality of life for children and young people affected by poverty and disadvantage in Tower Hamlets by providing a broad range of accessible services under one roof in their purpose built premises on Bethnal Green road. We offer free, independent and confidential information, advice, counselling, guidance, personal development and family support. 

Stepney Share

Description of service: A time bank for Stepney Green - bringing people from different backgrounds together, encouraging positive relationships and tackling divisions between communities.

South Bromley Forum

Description of service: Free, confidential, independent advice on welfare rights, housing and debt.

Southern Housing Group

Description of services: Register Social Housing Provider.

St Dunstans Church

Description of services: Church of England.

Stepney Share

Description of service: A timebank for Stepney Green - bringing people from different backgrounds together, encouraging positive relationships and tackling divisions between communities.

St Hilda’s East Community Centre

Description of services: St Hilda’s East is a locally managed, multi-purpose community centre. It runs a wide range of community focused projects including advice, volunteering, youth groups, and older people’s project, a women’s project, respite care and activities for under 5s and their parents. It also provides borough wide social care services at Sonali Gardens in Shadwell, including an award-winning day centre for older people and domiciliary care – as well as LinkAge Plus activities for specific areas.

St Matthias School

Description of service: Primary School.

Streets of Growth

Description of services: Youth intervention. Careers, personal and social development.

Swadhinata Trust

Description of services: The Swadhinata Trust is a London based secular Bengali heritage group that works to promote Bengali history and heritage amongst young people. The Swadhinata Trust promotes Bengali history and culture to ensure its representation as an essential part of the history of Britain.

SWAN Housing Association

Description of services: Registered Provider of social housing.

Technical Methods Limited

Description of services: Real estate investment and development.

Teviot Riverside Action Group

Description of services: Community, voluntary, regeneration organisation.

Thai Boxing Fighters Academy

Description of service: Self-defence, Martial Arts, Socials Meetings focusing on well-being.

The Barkintine Practice

Description of service: General Practice Walk in Centre.

The Blind Beggar

Description of service: Licensed bar.

The Boxing Club

Description of service: Boxing Club.

The Carers Centre

Description of service: Support Service for Carers in Tower Hamlets.

The Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

Description of services: Charity managing the 3rd largest park in the borough and only woodland. Working with 3000 volunteers, running 130+ public events and historic researches.

The Joiners Arms

Description of service: Public House.

The Rooted Forum

Description of service: Youth and community service.

The Young Peoples One Stop Shop

Description of service: Young Peoples One Stop Shop.

THVSC

Description of services: Infrastructure support organisation for VCSE.

Tiller Leisure Services

Description of services: Leisure Service for all ages.

TLC Care Services

Description of services: Provision of domiciliary care and support services to people with disabilities.

Tower Hamlets Attendance & Welfare Service

Description of services:

  • Advise, assist and support parents and carers, schools and the local authority in meeting their legal obligations concerning school attendance
  • Complete Tower Hamlets Common Assessment Framework (CAF) in partnership with the child, parent/carer, school and other professionals to identify unmet needs
  • Work as the lead professional to co-ordinate support for the child where it is appropriate
  • Participate as a member of the team working around the child providing support
  • Refer children and families with particular difficulties to other specialist services
  • Advise schools, parents, carers, children and employers on the bylaws regulating child employment.

Tower Hamlets College

Description of service: Further education college.

Tower Hamlets Community Housing

Description of service: Housing Association.

Tower Hamlets Homes

Description of services: Housing management organisation, managing homes owned by Tower Hamlets Council.

Tower Hamlets Law Centre

Description of service: Free Legal advice service

Tower Hamlets LGBT Community Forum

Description of service: The forum is the voice helping drive improved service delivery to Tower Hamlets' LGBT community who live, work or study in the borough through forgoing collaborative links between the community, service providers and strategic partners. The forum is open to all who identify as LGBT+ who live, work and/or study in Tower Hamlets, as well as those allies who support them.

Tower Hamlets Mediation Service

Description of services: Conflict mediation service.

Tower Hamlets Neighbourhood Watch

Description of service: Support local neighbourhood watches, help residents set up a neighbourhood watch in their area.

Tower Hamlets Parents Centre

Description of Service: Study support classes, literacy & numeracy classes, Parenting skills,
educational workshops for parents on health issues and healthy living. Fitness sessions, nutrition & cookery classes, career/employment support for young people, referrals to other agencies. Work with excluded children.

Tower Hamlets Public Health Division

Description of services: We are the Public Health Division of Tower Hamlets Council. Our role is to work across the council and with partners to improve health in the borough and address health inequalities.

Tower Hamlets Wheelers

Description of service: We are a local cycling campaign group in the East End of London. Our main objectives are:

  • to encourage more people to cycle
  • improve conditions for cyclists
  • to raise the profile of cycling in the East End

This involves bringing the issues to the attention of the local council and other authorities. We also run cycling community projects and organise social rides and events to bring cyclists in the area together.

Toynbee Hall

Description of services: Advice and legal services, financial inclusion services, education and learning programmes, older people’s services, well-being services and research volunteering.

TRA Cranbrook Estate

Description of services: Cranbrook Estate's Tenants and Residents Association.

Troxy

Description of Services: Venue.

Urban Bar

Description of service: Licensed bar.

Vallance Community Sports Association

Description : VCSA is a grassroots organisation catering for the sporting, health and developmental needs of people living in the Tower Hamlets and neighbouring localities. Our aims are to: 1. Increase opportunities for local people to access and participate in sports. 2. Develop local talent so that they are able to pursue sports related careers and professions. 3. Promote sports coaching, community development and leadership. 4. Instil healthy lifestyle for deprived members of the community 5. To provide positive role models and mentors, and 6. Provide for the education, recreation and other leisure time occupation of local people.

Victim Support Tower Hamlets

Description of services: Emotional and practical support for victims of crime who live, work or study in Tower Hamlets.

Volunteer Centre Tower Hamlets

Description of services: We market and promote volunteering to everyone. We provide a brokerage service, matching local residents to volunteering opportunities in over 300 non-profit organisations. We also support organisations to develop their volunteering programmes and opportunities through training and advice. We comment and campaign on volunteering issues, and strategically develop volunteering in the borough.

Wapping Hockey Club

Description of services: Hockey Club.

Wapping Youth Football Club

Description of services: Wapping Youth FC was formed in February 2013 by a group of young adults who wanted to provide something different for the next generation of promising footballers. The club works with professional football clubs in an attempt to bridge the gap between grassroots and professional football. Wapping Youth FC is based on the principles of peer education and we believe that in order for a young person to learn, the learning will be most effective coming from someone who they can relate to. Although football is a practical game, we as a club believe that the theory side to football is as crucial as the practical. Young people will be undergoing accredited courses and gaining useful qualifications which will help them grow as individuals as well as promising footballers. The club is built on the values of empowering young people in order to acquire the best outcomes. We want to pass on the message that the ‘young people of today are the leaders of tomorrow!’

Wapping Warriors

Description of services: An inclusive grassroot football club for children and young adults.

Weavers Adventure Playground

Description of services: Adventure Playground for children up to the age of 16. Open access for all, children under 8 need adult supervision.

Weavers Community Forum

Description of service: Youth activities, regular club sessions, outdoor activities, football training, trips & competitions. Employment training & advice workshops on soft skills. Elder social club projects and summer project for young people.

White Hart Pub Whitechapel

Description of service: Public House.

Whitechapel Sports Centre

Description of service: Leisure Service.

Wise Youth Trust

Description of service: WISE Youth Trust is a charity established to provide a bespoke personal development service with the youth in mind. The concept provides an avenue for young people to get involved with diverse projects that will enable them develop and harness a range of transferable and practical life skills.

The aims of the WISE youth programmes are: Breaking down barriers to community participation and integration promoting community safety and social inclusion, raising academic attainment for gifted and disadvantage young people in the community. Raising student’s aspirations academically and for future career ambitions. Enriching young people's social and cultural capital, supporting commitment at higher levels of personal career development. Our project activities include sport, health & well being, creative & digital media, music & fashion, Youth Leadership Awards, conflict resolution, P D workshops, youth club, youth violence awareness events and employment training, all designed to be outcome based, achieved through vocational industry-led employment pathways and delivered within an educational framework.

Women's Inclusive Team

Description of service: Provides support to Somali women.

York Hall Leisure Centre

Description of service: Gymnasium, swimming pool, fitness classes and events venue.

Young and Talented

Description of service: Young & Talented (Y&T) are dedicated to improving young people’s lives and developing individual learning through the use of theatre arts training.

Y&T aim to:
(a) Advance the education of children and young people in an engaging and stimulating manner through a high quality performing arts experience.
(b) Help alleviate poverty, discrimination and disadvantage.

Y&T is a fully inclusive company; we work with a diverse group of young people which includes all socio economic backgrounds, including those in care and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The objectives for Y&T fall directly in line with the Every Child Matters outcomes. Our objectives are:

  • to guide young people to lead a healthy life through physical activities, improve mental health by promoting resilience and improve mental wellbeing through creative activities
  • to encourage young people to stay safe and make positive choices by participating in new opportunities that make the most of their talents and fulfil their potential.
  • to encourage different ways of thinking so all young people can thrive in all aspects of their lives
  • to promote integration in terms of ability, culture, ethnic heritage, gender and background and encourage positive relationships with adults and their peers.
  • to ensure that young people get the best experience possible and gain access to further education, employment and training opportunities.

Y&T is a not for profit organisation. Our mission is to engage, enthuse, educate, enrich and empower young people to pursue life with passion and purpose.

Young People's One Stop Shop

Description of services: Provides all types of advice and guidance, advocacy around housing, help with getting into education, training and employment, accessing courses, clubs and schemes for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 years of age if with special educational needs).

Youth Empowerment Scheme

Description of services: Youth and Community Group.