High Heritage – Young Black PeopleBack to Activities
High Heritage was founded in 2020 with the aim of 'Empowering Young Black People to Thrive with Heads Held High'. The charity originates from a passion to improve the lives of young people within the Black community.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- it helps children develop a positive sense of identity and belonging
- it helps children build self-esteem
- it provides children with safe and fun activities where they can make friends
How to contact
Where to go
Meet High Heritage on a visit to the Great Fen:
What to expect?
High Heritage have various projects that they organise as a charity. For every project, they are committed to:
- The welfare of young people
- All children being able to participate in a fun and safe environment
- Taking reasonable steps to protect children from harm and degrading treatment and to respect their rights and wishes
- Working in partnership with parents and children as an essential aspect of protection of children
Their objectives include building confidence in young black people and equipping and empowering them for the future.
Find out more about High Heritage’s coaching project thanks to the H.A.Y. CELEBRATE fund here.
Projects are free for children to attend, and so far have included:
- Cooking cultural foods
- Well-being mentoring and coaching
- Black History studies
Although High Heritage work with young black people, their principles are of inclusiveness, tolerance and fairness. They ensure there is equal access to the employment and service opportunities.