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For Nottingham's families most in need, we offer a free food provision service, currently standing as the city's largest independant Food Bank. During a time when we're experiencing the biggest squeeze on income in a generation, we are providing weekly parcels comprising a balanced diet, aiming to eliminate the worry of rising supermarket costs.
We host small-group cooking classes to help people learn new skills in the kitchen, using low-cost, sustainable and nutritious foods, such as those received in our food parcels - simultaneously building independance, confidence and self esteem.
Himmah's Breakfast Club
Himmah's Breakfast Club: Nourishing Minds, Empowering Futures
Salaam Shalom Soup Kitchen
Salaam Shalom Kitchen is a heartwarming and innovative initiative in Nottingham, bringing together the Muslim and Jewish communities to serve hot meals and create a welcoming space for those in need. Join us and be part of this powerful and inclusive community effort.
The School Uniform Project
The Uniform Project is about tackling the high cost of school uniforms and creating more environmental sustainability through creating a route to recycle quality, cleaned and repaired clothes to families in need.
Food waste shouldn’t coexist with people struggling to afford nutritious food. To tackle this imbalance, FoodPrint offers a social supermarket selling surplus food at reduced rates. It also acts as a distribution network, intercepting food that would otherwise go to landfill.
Gamble St. Corner
In February 2023, in partnership with Nottz Garden Project, we took an overgrown and derelict patch of land and transformed it into an open community garden. It now cultivates a diverse array of vegetables and flowers that are available to be picked by locals or distributed through our Food Bank.
Himmah Youth: Where Young Voices Lead the Change
Muslim Memory Project
The contribution of Muslims in this country has been wide and vast. Our project on the Muslim contribution to the Second World War is an important part of the understanding of this contribution that is oft forgotten.
Correcting educational inequalities is at the heart of what we do, built on the belief that modern education needs to cater towards an ever changing and adapting world.
Our Work On Race
Through openness, transparency, and democracy, we aim to create a vibrant and dynamic organisation to address the longstanding issues around institutional racism in Nottingham.
Surviving the Squeeze: Coping with the Cost of Living
Our 'Surviving the Squeeze' project is dedicated to providing essential support to individuals and families facing the challenges of the cost of living crisis. By providing comprehensive information, easy access to services, and expert advice, we empower our community to take advantage of the resources available to them.