The Sheba Project Ltd
The Sheba Project Ltd
The Sheba Project was established to bring people from different backgrounds together and help to establish a truly integrated society.
Who we are:
The Sheba Project was established to bring people from different backgrounds together and help to establish a truly integrated and united community where people not only tolerate each other and live parallel lives, but also get involved and engage positively with each other regardless of their backgrounds to bring about harmony and understanding.
Our main focus is working with women and young people. We wish to empower these two disadvantaged groups to realise their full potential by engaging them in education and training and other activities to develop their skills and help them become independent and confident enough to participate fully in society.
What we do:
Our range of activities include: running a supplementary school; sports activities for young people; residential and day trips to IT & English classes; pampering events; charity events; exercise and healthy living events. We also carry out advisory work on human rights issues in regard to forced marriage and domestic violence.
The Sheba Project Ltd aims to:
- (1) to promote education, training & skills for the social, economic and physical welfare of people.
- (2) To develop the capacity and skills of the members of the socially and economically disadvantaged community of London so they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and to participate more fully in society.
- (3) The promotion of civic responsibility and good citizenship by creating opportunities for people to learn the ‘values’ that makes Britain a great multicultural country.
- (4) To promote equality & diversity by: (a) eliminating discrimination on grounds of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation or religion; (b) advancing education & raising awareness & understanding between different people.
- (5) To promote & raise awareness of human rights issues particularly against women, youth, refuges & migrants and work to eliminate inhumane customs of forced marriage, domestic abuse & violence and oppression of disadvantaged communities.
Established: July 2011
Registered Charity Number: 1151496
Board members: 7
Phone number: 020 7112 5383
Address: Suite S6, The Whitechapel Centre, 85 Myrdle Street, London E1 1HLView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website