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Daytop Multicultural Centre CIC


Giving back to the Community

Daytop Multicultural Centre (DMC)

A Multi-culture, 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.

Working more strategically and colaborating with smaller Ethnic groups, building stronger relationships, making more positive impact both within and outside the Buckinghamshire county

A HUGE CONGRATULATION to our Founder Dayo Olowosale for receiving His Majesty The King's British Empire Medal BEM Award

Congratulations to our Founder and Director - Dayo Olowosale BEM on his recent award of a British Empire Medal BEM from Her Majesty The Queen presented by The Countess Howe, His Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire

Annual Reception 2022

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Many thanks to all our volunteers both within and outside the Buckinghamshire County. We understand that Volunteers do not necessarily have the time but you have a Heart of Gold

Your commitment to the community is evident in everything yo do and you have taken the concept of giving back to the highest level. 

On behalf of the Directors of Daytop Multicultural Centre, thank you so much for your attitude of gratitude and commitment to serve


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Seniors Community Meetup

Addressing the issue surrounding Health Inequalities, Isolation, Depression, Mental Illness – Alzheimer’s, Breast, Prostate Cancer

Engaging the Seniors in the Community


Fashion Design and Sewing

Provision of  Fashion Design and Sewing skills to NEET from  the Black minority ethnic descent 

Empowering Women with Fashion Design Skills

Fashion Design and Sewing Skills Acquisition

In 2022, we successfully empowered 50 ladies with Fashion Design and Sewing skills making them more economically active. We were highly honored to have Her Majesty's Lord -Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, The Countess Howe present certificate of completion to our participants. Others present were Mayor of Aylesbury Cllr Tim Dixon, Deputy Mayor of Milton Keynes Cllr Mick Legg and Deputy Mayoress of Milton keynes Cllr Mandy Legg

Provision of Computer Skills Enhancement (CSE)
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In 2022, we delivered Photoshop training to 25 participants Not In Employment, Education or Training, low income earners and economically inactive within Milton Keynes and Northampton. Before the project ended 5 of the participants secure a job while others were in the process of starting a job

Netball Training for Children between 9-16 years for
12 weeks.

 With weekly Netball activity the grant has helped 30 children within the BAME community in Aylesbury to be healthier and as mentioned by their parents, none of them has had any cause to go the GP or hospital for any form of illness.

Secondly, the Netball game has eliminated Anti social behaviour among the children by engaging them with the rules and regulations guiding the Netball game. Verbal reports from parents show that the children have improved and better attitude compared with before the Netball game started.  The children  made friends from different schools within the community, while the parents’ network and make friends as well. This brought together true diversity especially amongst the under-represented groups and has helped to reduce isolation by the parents engaging more in the sustainability of the project when the fund ends