As a relatively new organisation, our focus will be three-fold:
 Developing and improving the organisation structures, process and systems, including policies and procedures using know good practices and frameworks. As well as improving our understanding and methodologies of how best to engage with and deliver with our communities.
 Developing a range of projects across our core themes as follows:
- Projects that provide education, training and skills for professional and personal development;
- Initiatives to support economic prosperity, in particular those that introduce skilled careers and map progression paths;
- Services and projects that support the involvement of women, children and pensioners
- Services and projects that target refugees and asylum seekers
- Programmes that engage with the youth, in particular those that guide and direct young people away from gang culture, criminal activity and disengagement from society or self-imposed disenfranchisement.
- Services and projects that encourages community cohesion and social inclusion, in particular building better relationships between older members and the youth.
 The development of local and strategic partnerships to bring about innovation and change in the delivery of quality and effective services to BME communities. Furthermore, these partnerships will create the means to pool knowledge, experience and resources.
In the development of our strategic statement we will be proactive in learning from the public and private sector in delivering services and projects, in particular seeking innovation, simplicity and marketing.
Drawing from our strategic statement, we have identified 5 core objectives that we will focus on until December 2019