Griot provides opportunities for community engagement on unmet health and community development needs for people from African/Caribbean communities as well as sharing our learning and increasing community cohesion through events open to and inclusive of all communities.
Griot provides places and spaces for people with common concerns, interests and needs to meet with peers and experts/researchers/professional providers to share information and seek solutions.
We are currently working on developing more sustainable partnerships to provide a series of humorous and challenging discussion forums on sugar consumption and a peer support project for women with chronic fibroids. These projects aim to create stronger social capital between people with common concerns as they network and generate information, peer support and mutual support for lifestyle adjustments.
Griot's work is important because it takes its lead from people in the community, responds to needs, and is committed to challenging with humour ideas to broaden perspectives, question the status quo and multiply choice.
- Black, asian and minority ethnic groups
- Health and well being / research and care
- Local / community
- Mental health
- Physical disabilities
- Voluntary sector support
- Young people
Griot is new to social media. We have set up an easyfundraising crowdfunding page and need someone to generate funding which we think will include the following which are open to negotiation. Read more
Time commitment: The volunteer will advise us of their availability and the number of hours to be worked will be agreed mutually.Read more Ask a questionApplyBookmark