Daytop Multicultural Centre CIC


Giving back to the Community

Daytop Multicultural Centre (DMC)

A Multi-cultured, Minority Ethnic group, Daytop Multicultural Centre based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, channels its energy and resources to help add positive value to the community through brilliant community integration, cohesion and commitment to great service delivery, enabling equal opportunities for all regardless of sex, race, ethnic origin, disability, religion or belief


Feed The Community

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Since inception, fuelled by a sense of mission and total commitment to the cause, Daytop Multicultural Centre launched the “Feed the Community Project,” which is geared towards helping to cushion the adverse effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the financially inactive and vulnerable people within the community.

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In collaboration with retail organizations DMC (as it is fondly called) helps redistribute donated food items (which would otherwise have been wasted) by giving back to the community.

Thank you The National Lottery and Fareshare for your support

Fashion Design and Sewing Acquisition Skills Project


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 To provide basic Fashion Design and Sewing skills to unemployed or economically inactive individuals of between 19-49 years old, 50+ (over 50s), homeless people and other interested individuals

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Basically to overcome barriers to learning and/or employment and increase their chances of becoming financially stable or economically active by been self employed or getting a paid job.

It is part-funded by the European Social Fund


Start - up Business Workshop

Start-Up Business Workshop is aimed to help both the BAME Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) and other employees of other races who have recently been made redundant at work due to the COVID19 Pandemic.

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This project entails coaching NEET people within the community including single Mums, low income earners, young adults and also the seniors (over 55s) on starting a new business as a self employed.

​Thank you Heart of Bucks for your support

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