Millennium Community Solutions works across Lambeth on a range of different social causes.

See a round up of our projects below!

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Assistive Tech

The recently released Assistive Technology guide is a reference tool for all types of users with varying disabilities. Assistive Technology has enormous potential for opening doors for people with disabilities therefore Millennium Community solutions has released this veritable clearinghouse of the different digital technologies available and their applicability in commonly used devices including Windows, Mac, Android and Apple operating systems.

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Mental Health

Over the past 12 months MCS have become deeply embedded in the London borough of Lambeth, working closely with statutory and community partners across a number of Covid response, tech inclusiveness and community support programmes. This wide network ensures beneficiaries are always successfully engaged.

Electronic Devices

Procurement of Devices

The four cornerstones of our procurement project revolve around:

Combatting loneliness
Digital access

We provide laptops, phones, tablets & Data to people who are totally excluded in some way. Through our steadily growing network, MCS also provides after-care support, helping our recipients make the most of the technology they have at hand. With new phone access we want people to be able to make the most of their technology. If we are unable to help, we will signpost the user to one of our partner organisations such as Clear Community Web who provide one-to-one support.

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Arts & Culture

Millennium Community Solutions works with the local community to explore contemporary art deliver innovative arts projects at Southwyck Coding and Art Centre that aims to provide a platform for artists who face significant barriers to the art world due to health, disability, social circumstance, or isolation

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Social Value

Social Value is also one of the key themes of the Local Government National Procurement Strategy. Millennium Community Solutions has an excellent relationship with Lambeth Council and supports them in obtaining genuine benefits in areas such as employment, training and healthier communities.

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We know that black disabled people face more challenges than most, when accessing the support services they need, resulting in poorer life outcomes across the board. Skills for Tomorrow is our flagship entry level, assistive technology and employability skills coding programme for BAME young people with disabilities or mental health issues. The project runs over 12 weeks and is designed to help beneficiaries gain coding and leadership skills and covers the basics of Front-End Web development, understanding the basics of HTML, CSS, & JavaScript.