On this page you will find resources, support organisations and services that are aimed to specifically support BAME communities and BAME-led groups. These organisations are sorted into organisations for individuals and organisations for groups.

This is a live page, if you are aware of other groups that you would like to see added, please contact us via email at josiah@lewishamlocal.com


Organisations for Individuals:

OrganisationServicesPhoneEmail
Action for Refugees LewishamAdvice, advocacy and support for refugees including a foodbank07872161271info@afril.org.uk
Africa Advocacy FoundationProvides practical, social, education and community support to those disadvantaged, vulnerable, living in poverty, have illnesses in UK migrant communities.0208 698 4473info@africadvocacy.org
East London Business AllianceEmployment support, partnerships between business and the community.020 7068 6960info@elba-1.org.uk
GRACE AidSupport for refugees and asylum seekers07971 690203aid@graceaid.org.uk
Indo American Refugee Migrant OrganisationRemote services for Spanish and Portuguese speakers on Immigration, Welfare and COVID-19 support and Latin American Disabled People’s Project+44 7422 667327 & 0207 793 8399 (for Disabled People’s Project)mail@irmo.org.uk
Joined Up ThinkingFree one to one mentoring for young people from 11 to 30+44 (0)333 9398623info@joinedupthinkinguk.com
Lewisham Multilingual Advice ServiceFree and impartial advice, advocacy and representation in multiple languages020 8314 5777admin@lmlas.co.uk
Marsha Phoenix TrustAccommodation with support for young women aged 16 to 21 020 8 314 3020office@marshaphoenix.org
Meri YaadainBME dementia support.07966 166 665Contact form
The Migration MuseumOnline exhibitions, blogs, audio and video publications.N/ASubscribe to Mailing List
Museum of Slavery and Freedom (M ō S a F)Education on history of the slave trade.N/AContact form
Social Inclusion Recovery Group (S.I.R.G)Free referral-based service to provide advocacy for Black community. Mental Health Advocacy, Educational Advocacy, Domiciliary Care, and training.N/Ainfo@sirglondon.org & Contact form
Spark and CoResource hub with links to organisations and information designed to help BME communities.N/ASubscribe to Mailing List
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable TrustSupport for individuals in the Built Environment Sector020 8100 2800
info@stephenlawrence.org.uk
Success Looks Like YouCareers support for young people of Black, Asian and minority ethnic heritage.N/ASubscribe to Mailing List
Therapy 4 HealingHealth and Well Being Services, especially for BAME Covid-19 victims.
0208 617 8820info@t4h.org.uk
The Ubele InitiativeYoung leaders programme, Supporting young people into universities and professions.07591 457113info@ubele.org
World of HopeFood distribution supporting African, refugee and migrant communities with culturally specific food07776 992138info@worldofhope.org.uk
Youth Futures FoundationHelping BME young people in the jobs market, grants programmes.N/AContact form

Organisations for groups:

OrganisationServicesPhoneEmail
EventBriteCollation of racial equity workshops from different organisationsN/AN/A
Mabadiliko CICCultural humility and unconscious bias training to mental health professionals and educators.N/AContact form
Resourcing Racial JusticeFinancial support to organisations, community and grassroots groups that are working to redress the impact of COVID-19 on BME communities.N/Aapplications@resourcingracialjustice.org
Runnymede TrustResearch papers on race and racism, network building and policy engagement.020 7377 9222info@runnymedetrust.org
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable TrustDiverse Recruitment, providing BME support in workplaces and education, Community Support and Consulting020 8100 2800info@stephenlawrence.org.uk
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