We believe that local residents fundamentally care about the wellbeing of their neighbours and the wider community.
We want to create spaces that allow residents to connect and support one another, whether directly or indirectly.
We may not always know when our neighbours are in need of support, as they often turn to local charities.
We want to support those organisations in need of support through donating aid collected from the local community.
Each campaign is intended to bring awareness and draw attention to local social issues through appeals and events.
Our first few appeals focus on child poverty, through the collection of toys over the Christmas period.
Saba has spent the last five years working in the local charity sector, most recently as a Food Bank Manager in West London.
She has prior experience working in welfare advice, as a trustee and has also undertaken other voluntary roles both locally and abroad, including Indonesia, Calais and the Middle East.
She is passionate about initiatives that foster social cohesion, work to alleviate poverty, as well as advocacy and campaign work.
By day, Dahir works as an IT technician, and here at That's A Wrap he's our very own IT whizz!
Having worked as an Administrator at a charity in NW London, he is also skilled in other areas, including managing budgets, social media, as well as event planning and management.
Amina developed her interest in supporting the community when she started volunteering at a Brent-based Food Bank while working as an IT Engineer in the City.
She has spent a short time in refugee camps in Turkey distributing food packages and in Calais in support of those displaced after refugee camps were shut down.
Ibrahim works to support disadvantaged communities as a Client Support Worker at a charity in West London, and has previously managed a Refugee Resettlement Programme supporting local refugees and asylum seekers with their welfare.
He also has a wealth of experience in fundraising, as well as project and event management.