Osmani Trust are a very committed and enthusiastic organisation that reaches out to the local community and provides them with experiences and opportunities that directly or indirectly have a positive attitude to their members and also the wider community.
We have been delighted with the professional and dedicated provision Osmani Trust have provided here at Christ Church Primary School over the year. Osmani Trust have worked hard to ensure engagement of all our children both boys and girls, this inclusive and yet high expectation approach has been a particular benefit to our children.
The Football in the Community project closed the curtains on another very successful school based coaching year with a fantastic girl’s tournament held at Christ Church School in Brick Lane. More than fifty girls from Christ Church, Osmani, Stewart Headlam and Smithy Street school came together to celebrate the hard work over the year and… Read more
Make 2021 a positive year to remember and mentor a young person! Voluntary (travel, subsistence and activities expenses paid) Hours: Flexible (1-2 hours per week, outside of school hours) Duration: Up to 6 months The Project Shaathi Family Mentoring is a project of the Osmani Trust. The Trust is a youth and community organisation that… Read more
Breaking the Cycle of Youth Violence Using Early Help September 2019 – March 2020 Supporting Children and Families in Tower Hamlets. A guide for partners and families We aim to work with: a) Individual young people at higher risk of exploitation or involvement in criminal activities including knife crime or other violent incidences and their… Read more
Young Man Stabbed to Death, St Paul’s Way Tower Hamlets, 26th May 2019 A young man has died after allegedly being stabbed 7 times in broad daylight on St Paul’s Way, Tower Hamlets on Sunday 26th May. Background circumstances are unknown and police are treating it as a murder investigation. His family has said he… Read more
The Osmani Trust’s Youth Innovation Fund offered small grants for youth and community groups to access up to £2,000 to deliver a project of their choice. The panel that made the decisions as to who was awarded the grants was made of young people living in Tower Hamlets. The first round of funding was for… Read more