The EOU aims to provide, develop and coordinate support services for marginalized and disadvantaged individuals and their communities – primarily those from migrant, refugee and asylum seeking backgrounds.
What we do
Community Connections Project
This free course aims to reduce isolation through English language skills, and is run pan-London.
Children and young people programme
The KEY Project
Capacity building and support for Black, Asian, Ethnic Minority and Refugee (BAMER) Groups.
Advice and guidance
IAG & Pro Bono
Free legal advice surgery and advice & guidance services.
Practical Language Skills
ESOL – Evening Classes
Free evening class for all levels (no entry requirements). Anyone is welcome!
Impact of our work
Through our projects and services, we have helped improve the lives of those from migrant, refugee and asylum seeking backgrounds. From advice and guidance and practical language skills to supporting the growth of their community organisations.
For the full breakdown of our work and impact over the past year, take a look at our annual report:
The Evelyn Oldfield Unit is always on the lookout for volunteers. If you can spare your time, we would like to hear from you!
Volunteering can be a very valuable experience, which can help you to gain new skills, meet new people and provide a much needed service to people who need it.
The Evelyn Oldfield Unit is a membership organisation run and led by its members who elect representatives to the management committee at Annual General Meetings.
To join, you need to meet certain eligibility criteria.
Looking for other ways to get involved?
Go to our support us page to see all the ways you can help!
Stay up to date
Subscribe to our e-bulletin of opportunities from both the EOU and the BAMER Sector.