What we do…

Human rights are based on important principles like dignity, fairness, respect and equality. They protect you in your everyday life regardless of who you are, where you live and how you chose to live your life. The Human Rights Act protects everyone in the UK. It doesn’t matter if – for example, you’re a British citizen, a foreigner or an asylum seeker.

  • We provide practical support for migrant communities in Wigan and Leigh.
  • We aid and promote integration.
  • We help alleviate isolation and exclusion amongst migrant communities.
  • We encourage beneficiaries of our services to participate in volunteering activities and gain confidence.

Promoting the wellbeing and integration of migrant ethnic minorities living in Wigan and Leigh

  • We stand for what is Just and Right
  • We believe in Equality and Inclusion in all parts of society
  • We believe that Diversity offers richer and more meaningful life experiences
  • We believe in Respect, Dignity and Acceptance We encourage and Embrace unique Differences within communities
  • We believe in being the Change we want to see in our community
  • We believe in Collaboration with other local organisations to achieve our goals

Drop in services

We offer ‘free of charge’ drop-in services at

Leigh Tesco Extra Community Space
The Loom, Derby Street, Leigh, WN7 4BA.

Tuesdays: 15.30 – 17.30
Thursdays: 17.30 – 19.30

Here’s a short list of the type of help we can offer:

  • Homework club for children and young people
  • CV writing
  • Community events
  • Information about local and national authorities
  • Basic IT support
  • Opportunities for volunteering and work placements
  • Support with Employment search
  • Sign posting
  • Support with Personal Development

We empower families, individuals, children and young people by:

  • Encouraging their positive participation in a range of activities.
  • Enabling everyone to access educational and recreational opportunities.
  • Building and maintaining sustainable community-based support networks.
  • Breaking down any existing barriers in order to bring communities together.
  • We encourage cohesion by ensuring that people understand and respect other people’s cultural norms, habits & customs.
  • We inspire our young people to become the community leaders of tomorrow.

Partners and supporters:
National Lottery Community Fund
Answer Cancer
Wigan council (The Deal)
Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisations (GMVCO)
Salford CVS to the Partners & Supporters

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