Our achievements

  • Ending Gang Violence Programme

    Funding secured from Ending Gang Violence Programme at the Home Office led to the training of 72 participants in delivering SFSC to families affected by Gangs, Guns and Knife Crime.

  • 2017

  • Award nomination

    SFSC Nominated for European Diversity Award 2016.

  • The Youth Justice Board

    SFSC listed as recognised effective practice intervention by the Youth Justice Board.

  • 2016 NOscars

    SFSC delivery in the Rise Partnership inn LB Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark Nominated for Best Community Health Project at the NOscars 2016.

  • SFSC founder member of Parent Programme Developers’ Group

    SFSC becomes founder member of the first across programme forum for Parenting Interventions, the Parent Programme Developers’ Group.

  • Sexual health strategy across three London Boroughs

    April 2016 – SFSC commissioned as part of a sexual health prevention strategy to deliver to African and African Caribbean parents across three London Boroughs.

  • 2016

  • SFSC Online Course awarded the CANParent Quality Mark

    In March 2015, the Strengthening Families Strengthening Communities Online Course was awarded the CANparent Quality Mark.

  • 2015

  • SFSC awarded the CANparent Quality Mark.

    The Strengthening Families Strengthening Communities programme was awarded the CANparent Quality Mark. The assessment team were pleased with the strong evidence base presented, the comprehensive parent, facilitator and trainer materials and the responsiveness demonstrated to parental feedback.

  • Engage London project

    The Race Equality Foundation, in collaboration with Partnership for Young London and Children England, worked with London Councils to support the children, young people and families (CYP & F) voluntary and community sector across the region. Leading the creation of a Health Network for children and young people’s organisations and publishing several briefings on equalities

  • On mental health

    Published briefings looking at health and housing, child mental health, migrant maternal mental health and personalisation as part of the Better Health and Better Housing projects.

  • 2014

  • Jabeer Butt awarded OBE for services to health.

    His studies have been used to inform government thinking as well as interventions such as Sure Start. He presently provides leadership for the Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities programme. This has seen widespread adoption of an effective parent education programme because of its success in reaching parents from all communities.

  • Working with the NSPCC

    Commissioned to carry out a review of good practice when working with black and minority ethnic children for the NSPCC.

  • Launch of the National BAME Transplant Association (NBTA)

    The National BAME Transplant Alliance (NBTA) brings NHS Blood and Transplant together with a number of charities to increase donor numbers and change attitudes to donation and transplantation within black and minority ethnic communities.

  • 2012

  • Launch of Equality and Diversity System (EDS)

    Took part in the development and launch of the Equality and Diversity System. The Equality Delivery System (EDS) is a tool developed by the NHS Equality and Diversity Council to enable current and emerging NHS organisations to review and rate their equality performance with staff, patients and the public.

  • Advisory group on reforms to health services

    Selected to partake in the advisory group for HealthWatch England Ministerial Advisory Group on the Mental Health Strategy and the NHS Future Forum to discuss reforms to health services.

  • 2011



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