About Us

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Created in 2006, Seeds for Growth, or SEEDS in short, is a charity that aims to advance the education of those from disadvantaged communities by addressing their cultural, social, economic and health conditions. SEEDS has recently expanded its remit by hosting a new management team specialising in devising arts and technology education programmes, within the Criminal Justice Sector and other challenging settings. About us

Benefiting from a legacy and assets created by arts and social inclusion organisations, Escape Artists and Insight Arts, the SEEDS team have contributed to a number of UK and EU funded projects, having produced arts festivals, theatre productions, exhibitions, conferences on social inclusion as well as developing websites and networks since 1998.

Seeds for Growth was established by local people in Tower Hamlets in 2006 who were volunteering in local projects to improve health and well-being, particularly for the East London Bangladeshi community.

OBJECTS

The Objects for which the Charity is established are:

1. To advance the education of people from disadvantaged communities in a range of areas which address social and economic circumstances and health issues.

2. To assist people to gain self-confidence to access training, work placements / experience and employment.

3. To redress poor health by providing health and well-being information and training, sale of fresh and healthy food and projects which increase physical exercise and activity.

4. To promote the conservation protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment by promoting recycling and sustainability practices.

5. To develop training materials that support the rehabilitation of serving and ex-offenders. To support those people involved in the rehabilitation of serving and ex-offenders by providing them with accredited training programmes for continuing professional development.

3. To redress poor health by providing health and well-being information and training, sale of fresh and healthy food and projects which increase physical exercise and activity.

4. To promote the conservation protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment by promoting recycling and sustainability practices.

5. To develop training materials that support the rehabilitation of serving and ex-offenders. To support those people involved in the rehabilitation of serving and ex-offenders by providing them with accredited training programmes for continuing professional development.
About Us