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Inclusion London

Inclusion London supports over 70 Deaf and Disabled Organisations working across every London borough. Through these organisations, our reach extends to over 70,000 Disabled Londoners.

Gapped Cycling CIC

Gapped was a project launched in late 2021. It was set up initially to provide a voice & digital representation for the Muslim cycling community to express, share and inspire the International society of their rich and diverse culture as Muslim cyclists. Gapped features articles & podcasts about Islamic cycling clubs, Muslim personalities, Charity rides, inspirational stories and much more with a particular focus on featuring journeys and challenges.

Mind – Physical Activity and Mental Health

We use the power of sport and physical activity to raise awareness, tackle mental health stigmas, and support those of us with mental health problems to become more active. Sport, physical activity, and mental health – Mind.

Healthwatch Essex

We are an independent charity set up under the Health & Social Care Act 2012 and we use your voice to improve health and care in Essex. We undertake high-quality research and engagement to uncover your experience of services and use it to shape health and care.

Doncaster Mind

We are a local mental health charity supporting the whole community in Doncaster for over 40 years. We want to understand how we can better support those from the muslim faith in our community as they are under-represented in our client group. We have currrent projects supporting people arriving in Doncaster from other cultures and faiths and would like to ensure we are offering as much support, in the right way as possible.

Association of Muslim Schools (AMS)

AMS UK seeks to ensure Muslim schools play a dynamic role in nurturing talent, building stronger communities and contributing to economic well-being for all through partnership and advocacy activities. Guided by the Qur’an and the Sunnah, we will strive with sincerity to represent, inspire, motivate, support, and build capacity in institutions, so that they become centres of excellence. The AMS will endeavour to support institutions to develop sustainable approaches and strategies that cultivate productive and transformative leadership, with an aim to provide holistic education to all learner.

Minds Ahead

Mind Ahead is a social enterprise. We provide a practical solution to support the mental health needs of pupils, staff, and parents, tailored to each school and college’s unique needs. Our vision is to revolutionise mental health in schools and colleges for generations to come. We do this by developing an education workforce with the knowledge and skills to effectively support the mental health of our pupils, staff, parents and school leaders.

Be Active – the Active Partnership for Bedfordshire and Luton

Be Active is one of 43 Active Partnerships across England. Our vision is to have a Healthier and Happier Bedfordshire. To bring together a range of groups across Luton, Bedford and Central Bedfordshire, including community organisations, national governing bodies, coaches, clubs and volunteers. Supporting, developing and promoting physical activity in the local area so everyone can have the opportunity to achieve a healthier, happier and more active life.

Beacon Counselling Trust

Beacon Counselling Trust is a mild to moderate mental health charity. We are part of the National Gambling Support Network and provide gambling treatment and support to anyone across the North West of England. We have a pioneering programme called Breaking the Sharam which involves raising awareness of gambling related harm in South Asian communities, and increasing support and education.

Association of Mental Health Providers

Association of Mental Health Providers is the national voice of voluntary, community, and social enterprise (VCSE) sector providers of mental health and wellbeing services in England and Wales. The Association represents over 300 members, delivering more than 3000 services locally, regionally, and nationally, and supporting over 8million people with poor mental health and illness.


Promoting and improving children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing is at the heart of our services which range from early intervention and prevention at school and in the community through to specialist counseling and integrated CAMHS delivery across large
geographical footprints.

Care Start

CareStart is a policy, research and charitable organisation.
We use our expertise to support wider society, with a special focus on ethnic minority and Muslim communities, by taking a culturally-sensitive approach to mental health, rehabilitation and social mobility. CareStart aim to help break any stigmas through policy and research, practical support and educational sessions.

Challney High School for Girls

At Challney High School for Girls our vision is to ‘Develop influential women of the future’. We are committed to achieving academic excellence for our students and are committed to ensuring that they flourish personally and make a difference to the world around them: locally, nationally and internationally. We work tirelessly to ensure that the students leave Challney High School for Girls as happy, respectful and confident young adults who are ready to embrace the next stage of their education and careers.

Central Foundation Girls School

We are a school that provides a high- quality education for girls from 11 to 19 years old. A school thatis rightfully proud to continue a long tradition of excellence in education as well as caring for the welfare of our students. The school was originally established in 1726 and is now one of the largest schools in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Islamic Relief

For nearly 40 years, Islamic Relief Worldwide has worked with communities and partners to save and improve over the lives of over 145 million people. Islamic Relief is a faith-based humanitarian relief and development organisation fully committed to humanitarian principles and standards. Islam underpins our organisational identity, values and culture and informs everything that we do. We are forever grateful to our incredible supporters, who have donated to fund our programmes, directly supported our work as volunteers, and added their voices to campaigns tackling inequality and injustice across the world.

Inspirited Minds

Inspirited Minds is a faith based, grassroots mental health charity located in London that launched in 2014 with the aim to raise awareness, combat stigmas and provide professional, non-judgemental, confidential support to those with mental health illnesses. Although Inspirited Minds works predominantly with those from an Islamic faith, we do not disregard any persons of differing backgrounds. Our initial research showed many Muslims found it difficult to seek help as they felt they would not be understood by someone who did not understand their faith or culture, thus they chose to remain quiet and not seek help. We are here to change this and cater for this need.

IMO Charity

IMO Charity is an ethnic-minority-led, multipurpose charity. Most service users are South Asian youth from some of the most deprived wards in England. We deliver youth programmes under three operational arms: (i) Health and well-being; (ii) Education and employability; (iii) Community development and resilience.


Kidscape is a bullying prevention charity working throughout England and Wales. We give hope and help to children and families impacted by bullying. Our mission is to provide practical support, training, and advice to challenge bullying and protect young lives.

MIHE Centre for the Study of Wellbeing

The Markfield Centre for the Study of Wellbeing aims to support and showcase grassroots expertise pertaining to holistic health and wellbeing. This is done through providing academic and research support, as well as platforms for wider dissemination of their work.