Our aim is to provide free meals to the local elderly, vulnerable, isolated, NHS staff & Key workers. Currently we are supplying up to 1000 meals per week.
We are a charitable organisation that has been involved with the local community since we were first established in the year 2000. Most of our work is with and for those that live in the areas surrounding our Centre. As a result, we have established a deep connection with people and value all those who use our Centre. Our organisation is completely self-funded as is this project, which is why we are asking for your help.
At the Cultural and Creative Industries Plan launch event held on the 5th of February 2020 at De Montfort University, various Leicester based organisations and National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs) funded by Arts Council England (ACE) presented the Leicester World-Class Arts and Culture prospectus; showcasing the city’s leading art organisations and launching their plans for the future.
A series of music and dance events culminating in a larger-scale finale performance in 2019. The three main aims of the project were:
Goal 1. ARTISTIC – Support and platform local artists
I’d like to welcome you all and our honoured guests Lady and Lord Dholakia. Lord Dholakia took up the social justice cause 60 year ago in this country, working through politics from 1961 when he was first elected to Brighton Borough Council and then just over 20 years ago elevated to the House of Lords where he is the Deputy Leader of the LibDem party.
Peepul Enterprise in partnership with choice international presents…
Disability Sports and Inclusive Fitness
Free sessions @ Peepul Enterprise, Leicester
Little Peepul Day Nursery raised £115.16 by doing various activities with the children during 17th – 23rd March 2018 and holding a bake sale.
CAMPAIGNING FOR DIABETES AWARENESS.
The Charity runs Mobile Diabetes Units, whose main role is to carry out important diabetes testing and to promote culturally sensitive healthcare in the major towns and cities of Britain.
The Adhar Project empowers people to take control of, and manage their own mental health difficulties. They achieve this by using a holistic approach and delivering services in a culturally relevant and personalised way.
The Kushi Group provides a supportive environment for women experiencing mental health difficulties.
They provide a safe place to build social connections and a sense of community without fear of being discriminated against.
Project LALU (AKA Look-A-Lady Ukulele) is an all-female ukulele and lyrics based group, running for 5+ years. The project is led by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust in collaboration with Bright sparks (voluntary arts in mental health group) and Peepul Enterprise in association with a range of other partners. The initiative is dedicated to health, wellbeing and cultural unity.