Get travel directions

Community Project - U island CIC

by U Island CIC

About our activities / service

Accessibility details Fully accessible.
Opening hours 9 am - 9 pm

Opening days

Morning Afternoon Evening
Monday - -
Tuesday - -
Wednesday - -
Thursday - -
Friday - -
Saturday
Sunday

Our organisation has been established to support children and their families from Eastern Europe, to adapt and integrate themselves into living in the UK and to promote social cohesion, health and wellbeing. We do this by providing community and social activities, networking opportunities with those in a similar position and signposting to other support services they are able to access. We deliver various sessions and looking at how families can integrate themselves into the British culture while preserving their ethnic traditions. We believe that integration not happening just through learning the language but through understanding the values, culture and taking part in activities within the community. All our project seeks to bring socially isolated and lonely members of our diverse community together to participate in services we are offering.

Staff qualifications U island CIC director board: Irina Oshenye (MA in linguistics), Olena Yanchuk (Masters degree in Economics), Julia Zerihun (Photography award level 4). We are working with professional artists to deliver this project.
Genders Both

About the organisation

U Island is a Russian speaking organisation whose activities are carried on for the benefit of children and families from various cultural, ethnic and religious background. In particular, U Island works with Eastern European communities living in the United Kingdom and various organisations that actively work within those communities in order to support integration processes and tackle educational, financial and social inequalities. U Island is also open to any local community members regardless of their background and nationality. Activities include: Child mentoring services Kids Clubs Coffee mornings Parent & Toddler groups Language skills Cultural events and social gatherings Training courses

Sandwell Family Life website relies on providers of local support and services to add information about their activities and keep this information up to date. If you know or suspect information to be inaccurate, unclear or out of date please let us know and we will contact the group or organisation concerned and ask them to make the changes needed. In some circumstances, we might remove the information listed.

Please email us at earlyhelp@scvo.info, including what your concern is and what service or activity this relates to.