At Mary Seacole Housing Association we are always striving to enhance our knowledge, skills and practice in order to provide the best possible service and support to our clients. We continue to participate in specific projects and activities both at home and abroad, where we can offer our services as well as experience best practice and feed this into the service we provide.

Let’s Not Forget Heritage Project

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Upcycle Project

This project is now set up and running from Seacole House, and we will be upcycling pieces of items that will go on to be displayed in a product shop. We will also donate items to the homeless clients moving into their own settled accommodation. We have employed a Kickstart placement to work on the… Read more »

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Advocacy for Gender Equality and Social Participation

https://youtu.be/CuH5WNzTFxI This project focuses on action by young people for young people. The key concept of gender equality is important for everyone in Europe and in other parts of the world. As a result, the project partners come from UK, Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Kyrgyzstan. MSHA’s main role in the project overall project evaluation. Take a… Read more »

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Youth Experience Project

We are very proud of the Mary Seacole Housing Association training programme and facilities which help clients with their development and personal support plans via training and meaningful activities. At Mary Seacole Housing Association we are always striving to enhance our knowledge, skills, and practice in order to provide the best possible service and support… Read more »

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Tap Out App

Tap Out is an interactive app, that explores themes of exploitation. The app is completely coproduced with persons with lived experience and other young people who wished to gain experience with various aspects involved with creating a web-based app. We have been working with Luton Youth Offending to create an interactive choice-based app covering various… Read more »

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Barbering Intervention

The Barbering intervention project was developed to reduce crime and offending by training hard-to-reach groups, who may be at risk of criminal exploitation and allow them to develop their skill and gain qualifications to make positive changes within their lives. The target group for this project is young people who live in Luton, who are… Read more »

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Will Power Project

The Will Power project was designed and created to showcase the lives of people with an ethnic background who have a connection to Luton. The project curates the great achievements and the journey they took to reach their goals. The project aims to raise awareness of positive role models in our community, and inspire the… Read more »

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Historic Projects

Take a look at some of our projects that we have recent completed.

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EU Projects

In the past year, MSHA has participated in a number of European projects, including: Oltre le porte: A project to give young people the opportunity to develop a new physic garden in Apulia, Italy. The garden incorporated ideas for climate change in South Italy and environmental protection. In the photograph to the left, young people… Read more »

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Luton Youth Fund

The worldwide lockdown has changed the way we interact with technology, and according to the Media , this may become the ‘new norm’. So the way in which services support young people at risk must also adapt. Through the Youth Fund we will work in Partnership with the Luton Youth Offending service to create a… Read more »

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