Mohammed Foiz Uddin MBE, MInstF

B.Com, M.Com, PG-Cert, MSc, ILGS


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Hope Attracts Changes


New Hope was born with a vision to provide care and support to the disadvantaged and deprived ethnic minority groups, specially the Bangladeshi community in Birmingham. Since the organisation’s inception in 2006, working as a social enterprise, we have made a significant contribution to poverty alleviation and social welfare through innovative and sustainable projects. We have grown over the last 24 years, supported by Birmingham City Council and the local community, to become the organisation that the people we serve wants and deserves. As of September 2014, we now operate as a registered charity in accordance with the Charity Commission of England and Wales. The organisation is a national charity rooted in the community we serve.

In this difficult and uncertain economic and political climate, we feel responsible to continue supporting people who are affected the most and whatever the external landscape, when the youth, unemployed adults, families, faith issues, health problems or any struggling individual have need for our services, we will strive to provide the highest quality of service to address pressing issues.


Moreover, the next five years we plan on expanding our operations nationally and internationally in various projects encompassing employability skills training, integration through language training, health, fitness, mentoring and sports activities, entrepreneurial skills development and youth development among many other initiatives to improve the livelihood of ethnic minorities. The charity's creed that Hope Attracts Changes give us the drive and dedication to build a harmonious and integrated society. Help us sustain this humble cause and make a better cohesion for future generations and an integrated society. 


New Hope is fully committed to equal opportunities and demonstrated this by making it a priority that full consideration be given to the needs of young people, women, and disabled people and socially isolated groups who may be at a disadvantage. Furthermore, Project Coordinator, Project Support Worker including other staff and volunteers have helped many individuals, groups and affiliated organisations set up effective equal opportunities policies to bring about organisational change. When implementing equal opportunities in the workplace, New Hope has always been guided by the equal opportunity policy to which the organisation is totally committed.


In addition, New Hope ensures that all existing and potential beneficiaries and service users receive equal consideration and are committed to the elimination of unlawful or unfair discrimination on the grounds of gender, race, disability, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, sexuality, gender identity, marital status, responsibility for dependants, religion, trade union activity and age.