We are delighted to share with you The Ubele Initiative's Social Impact Report: Making a difference within challenging times, April 2020 - July 2021.
Over the past 18 months, The Ubele Initiative has supported the Black and Minoritised community led organisations, impacted the most by Covid-19, to become more resilient and sustainable. Along with many other voluntary and community social enterprises, Ubele was part of the local, regional and national recovery efforts working to address some of the issues and concerns affecting Black and Minoritised communities. We’re proud that this report highlights the impact we’ve had on individuals, groups, organisations and wider civil society landscape in the UK and beyond.
We feel privileged that our work has been brought to the attention of a much wider audience, has provoked discussions and helped to inform and influence policy development. More than this, we hope that some of the lessons learnt will put us in a stronger position to build on the work begun in supporting Black and Minoritised led community and voluntary organisations. It is our hope that as we enter the post pandemic recovery phase, the communities that we have been supporting will thrive as a result of our intervention.
We look forward to continuing to support you and work together to create a more equitable, just and inclusive society.