Together We Can

Make a World a better place for everyone.

WHO WE ARE

We are a non-profit organisation, and we help people struggling in poverty and isolation in the United Kingdom, the Caribbean and around the world.  We are concerned with the disadvantages in the African Caribbean diasporas, Caucasians, Orientals, Asians and other diasporas in the Cambridge community. Through research and voluntary support, projects have been initiated to enhance people’s life skills as well as the quality of life in these communities. Our concerns are:

  • High poverty rates
  • High level of isolation
  • Connecting cultures

Help the Children

Support children in families struggling with poverty. The Covid-19 epidemic has affected many families across Cambridge city. Our city is rich in cultural heritage and is renowned for technological advancement scholarly excellence, and business innovation. However, many families are still battling to survive as experienced across the United Kingdom.

Help us to provide support for families to help themselves.

WHAT WE DO

Loneliness and isolation

Loneliness is a dominant contributor to the decline in personal well-being, which is linked to an increase in health issues. We have isolated three potential factors that increase loneliness in the African Caribbean Communities.

Tackling poverty

The recent Social Metrics Commission (SMC) report published the increase in deep poverty among British families over the last 20 years in the UK. It was found that 46% of African Caribbean families were living in poverty, which was mostly due to the impact of Covid-19 and its on-going affects.

Connecting cultures

We believe that cultures should be open for everyone to enjoy. Exposure to different cultures promotes connections, tolerance and understanding. The African Caribbean Research Group celebrates cultures and strives to nurture communications between peoples with different cultural heritage.

Provide a helping hand

We can’t make it alone. We need your help. Your small help can bring a big change.

SOME CAUSES

Helping single fathers in crisis

Clothing poor families in the UK

Helping children in families struggling with poverty

We need you and your help

It’s impossible to help people without people helping others. We always need volunteer who love to help.

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