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Our Projects

As a CIC, all the work we do is in the interest of the community we serve. The work we are able to do in the community is supported by a number of organisations, who enable us to work on a number of projects. We are always looking to work on projects that will help our community.

Outreach ownership

Check out Heritage and Well-Being website. This is a showcase for the 2023 NTU Summer Project where students explored Angolan women's voices and the 75th Windrush celebration.


Creative Days

Supported by Magic Little Grants

Enabling participation in the arts is important for our mental health, creativity and having a positive outlet. We have weekly creative art days for children and elderly. 

Accessing support tackling fuel poverty in non English speaking communities in Nottingham

Supported by Community Matters Fund

Although people who speak non native English speakers are eligible for financial support to tackle poverty, there are barriers due to language skills  and understanding. Our Association helps people from Portuguese speaking countries, and other languages, understand what support is available to you and help you access support on a one to one basis.

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Social Interaction Development for Nottingham Portuguese Speaking Community

Supported by The National Lottery Community Fund 

This is a year long program consisting of workshops in the arts and visiting places of social and historic value in the UK. It is important that people who make the UK their home can build a cultural network, whilst embedding themselves in their new home and connecting with British cultural landmarks and its people.

Protect the public

Supported by the Nottinghamshire police

The core duty of the police service is to protect the public by detecting and preventing crime. We regularly engage with the police, to have input in their strategy and ensure that we have a voice. They also engage with us on a regular basis to make us aware of support, jobs and programmes available to the community.


Community Conversation

Honour Based Abuse

Learn more about Honour Based Abuse and support available 

Public Health Guides

Women, Men, Children and Youth 

3 MA Public Health students from Nottingham Trent University created Public Health Guides during their work placements with us. Read for more information.

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