FRF is a multi faith charity with a strong track record of achieving targets and outcomes to ensure positive change for disadvantaged individuals and communities. We have successfully engaged with over 15000 beneficiaries since our inception in 2001.
‘Around three million women across the UK experience rape, domestic violence, forced marriage, stalking, sexual exploitation and trafficking, female genital mutilation (FGM) or crimes in the name of ‘honour’ each year.
Our business advice team provides one to one business mentoring to both new entrepreneurs and small to medium sized business. Our advisors provide guidance and contacts to help people to develop their business. We also run workshop on Business Planning, Marketing, Business Advice, Mentoring, HR support and Sustainability Training for unemployed clients who want to take the self-employment route.
This was a one year project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project focused on Islamic gardening heritage, which developed in the Middle East from the 7th century onwards. The project’s aims were to connect wider communities with Islamic gardening heritage through a series of visits to Islamic gardens in the UK, talks and workshops led by Islamic gardening heritage experts.
‘Around three million women across the UK experience rape, domestic violence, forced marriage, stalking, sexual exploitation and trafficking, female genital mutilation (FGM) or crimes in the name of ‘honour’ each year. In the majority of cases, women know the men who...read more
The Aim Higher project is funded by the European Social Fund and the London Councils Grants Committee. FRF works with Tower Hamlets and Enfield residents who are unemployed or economically inactive to transition from unemployment to sustained jobs or education. We...read more
FRF’s work with Tower Hamlets’ Council on the UN’s 16 Days of Activism against VAWG – Written by Marisa Mark (UCLA Sophomore, 2017), Intern at FRF FRF has been supporting victims of VAWG (Violence Against Women and Girls) since 2015 in London and the Midlands. One of...read more
Muslim Jewish London Roots
The project funded by Heritage Lottery Fund will provide an opportunity for Muslim and Jewish youth to learn about each other’s heritage through a cultural and generational exchange programme. This project will focus on Muslim & Jewish background to learn about the 20th century history of their own community within an East London context, and the issues and challenges faced by earlier generations. Participants will study the history of immigration of their own and other people’s community
Living History Moving people
A project by Faith Regen. The goal of this project, Living History Moving people, is a celebration of the diversity, rich history and heritage shared by so many over the years. It also represents an opportunity for new residents to celebrate the great high street they live in.
Inspiring Projects Award
The Faith Regen Foundation: Work Focused ESOL Project in Tower Hamlets, has transformed the lives of some of the most disadvantaged people living in London and helped them get jobs. Their dedication and commitment to learning was recognised with an Inspiring Projects Award – sponsored by the Open University – as part of the 20th Adult Learners’ Week 14 – 20 May 2011. Adult Learners’ Week is the UK’s largest annual festival of learning, inspiring thousands of people each year to discover how learning can change their lives. Find out more: http://www.alw.org.uk/
This documentary is focused on Islamic gardening heritage, which developed in the Middle East from the 7th century onwards. The project’s aims were to connect wider communities with Islamic gardening heritage.