That's A Wrap

How it all started


A group of us set out on a mission to find out how we could help provide practical support to local charities working on the frontline this winter, because we felt that there was so much more we could be doing!


We made some enquiries and were immediately inundated with requests for toys from local charities that work on the frontline with disadvantaged children.  


That's A Wrap was born and our Winter Toy Appeal began to take shape!


Looking to the future


Our Winter 2018 project marks the beginning of our work, because we have grand plans!


We'd like to bring residents together in support of  a variety of local causes over time through community collections, and hands-on wrapping and packing activities. We'd like to deliver a series of projects over the coming years, but it all starts here.


Who We Are

Saba Hassan (Chair)

Saba has a long history of volunteering and has a passion for strengthening community cohesion through intercultural and interfaith work. 


She has experience working in local poverty alleviation, volunteer and event management.


Saba most recently worked as the Service Manager at a Brent-based Food Bank. 

Noor U-Nisa Khan (Secretary)

Noor U-Nisa works as a freelance photographer who has recently graduated with a first in BA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography.


She has previously used photography to raise awareness about the plight of displaced refugee women, and has just completed an internship with one of the The Telegraph's magazines.


Check out her work here.

Taheer Daroge (Acting Treasurer)

Mohamoud Dahir (IT Technician)

Dahir, our youngest team member, has recently completed his studies in Computer Science. 


He currently works as an administrative apprentice for a community charity. 

Ibrahim Mohamed (Fundraiser)

Ibrahim has a keen interest in supporting marginalised groups to become fully-fledged members of their society. He has previously worked with Brent Community Roots, and now works as a Refugee Resettlement Officer supporting a caseload of over 100 refugees and asylum seekers.

Ibrahim regularly undertakes sponsored activities for local charities, most recently taking part in the British 10k.