Our organisation has many different activities. We invite you to find out more about what we do, to find out more just click on the button.More
Our organisation has many different activities. We invite you to find out more about what we do, to find out more just click on the button.
Yellow Scarf organizes various activities such as bicycle trips, family picnics, mountain trips, etc. We also participate in co-organizing events such as Doughnuts Day, Talk to My Worcester.
Discovering, cultivating, and developing hobbies is very important for our health and life. That is why the project "People with passion" was created.
In 2019, together with the European Connections Forum. We started to help residents from the European Union to apply for Settlement Status.
Easter and Christmas is a special time for us all. Every year since 2011 we have been organizing Christmas Supper and Easter Brunch in Evesham.
For a number of years, our support has consisted of running Mutual Support Groups and One to one meetings, but the increasing number of questions about extending the assistance offered made us think about extending our service.
A multicultural picnic was held last Sunday. We are glad that our organisation was part of this event. The event was one of many in the Talk to Me Worcester campaign, of which Worcester is one of the partners. You are welcome to watch the video from this event.
You are invited to join a newly started support group for people with alcohol addiction. The group is organised by Yellow Scarf together with the Osrodek Terapii i Rozwoju – Yellow Scarf Support. Mutual group is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.
We are pleased to announce that with the financial help of Health and Hardship Fund administered by Worcester City Council, Yellow Scarf CIO has created a Covid-19 Community Relief Fund aimed at supporting members of the BME and migrant communities residing in Worcester.
From the very beginning of the EUSS (EU Settlement Scheme), we have been helping people in Worcestershire who have difficulty in applying for settled status.
NEW GROUP SEPTEMBER 2020 - Our new project is based on running an educational online workshop for Polish-speaking Eastern European migrants living in the UK. The workshop modules will focus on five key emotions that are either suppressed or experienced more vividly at the time of the pandemic.