Get ready to celebrate in style – Afro Day & Mental Health Awareness month collide at our “Celebrating Africa: A Joyful Resilience” seminar!

Join us for an afternoon filled with:

  • Uplifting discussions on African heritage and resilience
  • Inspiring talks on mental health and wellbeing within the African community
  • A chance to connect and network with well-meaning Africans

Date: Saturday, 25 May, 2024

Time: 4 pm – 9 pm

Venue: Arts Central,

20, Burners Lane,

Kiln Farm,

Milton Keynes MK11 3HB

Dress Code: Afro Hair

Tickets from £10

This event is a celebration of both Mental Health Awareness Month and Africa Day, so come ready to learn, connect, and embrace the joy of our African spirit!





PLEO REACHOUT ORGANISATION CIC is a Community Interest Company set up in the United Kingdom to inform and support ethnic minority people living with disabilities in Milton Keynes and elsewhere. PLEO REACHOUT ORGANISATION is relaunched on March 2nd 2024 to bring awareness of its activities to the people of Milton Keynes and beyond. PLEO aims to support people living with disabilities by bringing into the limelight issues affecting them and proffering solutions. ABILITY MATTERS UK is in solidarity with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which pledges to “leave no one behind”. This agenda is an ambitious plan of action of the international community towards a peaceful and prosperous world, where dignity of an individual person and equality among all is applied as the fundamental principle, cutting across the three pillars of the work of the United Nations: Development, Human Rights and Peace and Security. ABILITY MATTERS MK seeks to hold discussions on relevant topics and share the stories of people living with disabilities openly, thereby engaging those who can bring about change.
We are a dedicated group of individuals, each hailing from different corners of the beautiful continent of Africa. While we hold our heritage and homelands close to our hearts, we’ve also found a new home to be proud of – Milton Keynes. This town is a true reflection of diversity, and we are delighted to be a part of it. Our mission is to foster unity among the diverse African communities living in Milton Keynes. We aim to achieve this through education, respect, and celebration, as we embrace the richness of our various cultural backgrounds. Our goal is to discover common ground, nurture mutual respect, and revel in the joy of learning about each other’s cultures and our own histories. We confidently believe that strength lies in unity, and by working together, we can achieve great things. We extend a warm welcome to you to explore our website and see for yourself how the African Diaspora Foundation can be a source of inspiration for you and your future.
Milton Keynes Zimbabwe Community Association (MKZimCA) is a charitable community organisation catering for the interest Zimbabweans living in Milton Keynes and its surrounding areas within the South East of England. It is an organisation that all be administered and managed in accordance with its constitution. The organisation is non-political and a not-for-profit.