We work with a myriad of organisations and indivituals in the Oxfordshire community from the two univeristies to pupils and teachers of the primary schools, businesses large and small, traders, arts organisations and many charities and community groups in the city and beyond.
But much more than that, collaboration is at the heart of our projects all year round, in addition to Carnival Day itself. Together with our supporters – including funders, sponsors, partners and volunteers – we deliver cultural engagement events, social impact projects and much needed community integration and cohesion work.
In particular we are proud to work inclusively with those involved with mental health challenges, youth crime, care leavers, ethnic integration, those facing economic disadvantage, unemployment, those delivering arts therapy, social inclusion, schools, youth service, councils, universities, NHS and individuals aspiring to enhance their skillset in the creative industries.
Our work builds bridges and social cohesion within the community, including the churches community and religious groups such as the Emmanuel Church, the Church of St Mary and St John, the Asian Cultural Centre, the mosques and provides something for everyone – from the very young to the older generation, and for groups as diverse as the Nepalese, Caribbean, Asian, Jewish and East Timorese.