Our Partners


We are keen to establish partnerships with organisations and intiatives that share our principles and ethical considerations. These include: the empowerment of Africans, socially, culturally and economically; prioritising the needs of women and young girls; advancing the educational aspirations of young people in underdeveloped communities, promoting and encouraging the development of local and natural resources as a means of sustainability, harming none, nor the environment in pursuit of our activities. We wish to thank our current partners and welcome the opportunity to develop a wonderful relationship with your organisation. 



OHServices provides their professional counselling and workshop services to young people and adults of all ages and background.

They facilitate workshops, group work support and have experience working with Black African & Caribbean people in the UK and abroad, women who experienced or are going through Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse.

Project West are an experienced leading Child Contact & Assessment Centre based in London. Their multi-disciplinary team provides services in all areas of Child Contact; Parenting Assessments; Family Support and Mentoring. 

Taste of Guyana provides samples of the riches of Guyana, South America, through its products, information, videos, books, pictures and other online medium. It is a platfom on which to learn about Guyana's rich heritage and be up to date about what's happening there and in London.  

Operation Sankofa Operation Sankofa’s vision is to create opportunities for (black) doll designers, makers, manufacturers, distributors, collectors and consumers to meet for mutual exchange and benefit:  To provide a platform to access appealing, available and affordable black dolls here in the UK, and countries in Africa and the Caribbean.

Way Wive Wordz  provides a plaftorm for new, undiscovered, underrepresented voices to make their creative mark in the world of writing. Their mission is to inspire creative and academic excellence, enabling projects that are radical expressions of cultural and spiritual identities, building self confidence and developing aspirations through the medium of wordz.

The Lake Foundation  is a UK Charitable Incorporated Organisation that aims to improve the health and well-being of the African and African-Caribbean community.

Johmard fitness & Dance offers a place where people can learn to dance, workout, meet new people, have fun and feel comfortable all while improving their overall health and well-being. They offer a varied dance and fitness program with price options for all levels of interest, with greater emphasis on group classes and small package sessions to reach individual goals and objectives.