Community Needs



To provide educational, recreational and leisure time activity in the interests of social and economic welfare for the wider community

Our Courses​

Want to learn a new skill or qualification? Community Needs offers short courses. Courses range in length from a few hours to a number of weeks, and can easily fit around your other commitments.

Our Projects

Our projects are delivered within Luton school premises, community centre, and local parks. All staff are DBS checked and have safeguarding training.

Meet Our Volunteers

A voluntary organisation run by young people developing social action projects to meet community priorities. We run summer programmes, Half team projects and deliver community courses throughout the year.

Customers FeedBack

Community Needs
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Shamima ferdousShamima ferdous
08:59 07 Oct 22
I came to do my Maths and English Functional Skills here and I passed both my courses.The staff were really helpful and flexible as I had a baby also to look after.
Yasin KamilYasin Kamil
11:33 17 Sep 22
I did 6 weeks summer programme at Community Needs. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot.I want to thank the staff for all the support and help!
Jane OgbonnaJane Ogbonna
15:23 27 Sep 21
I came into the UK with my family in November 2020 with no idea on how to go on with my education journey until I was introduced to Community Needs at Trinity Community Centre.I joined a Semlep programme where they supported me in getting my first ever UK qualifications along with supporting me with my CV and cover letter. I did 4 different courses and achieved my qualifications. They then supported my with my literacy and numeracy.I was able to improve on my communication and computer skills. I thoroughly enjoyed my course. I would recommend the organisation to others especially for anyone new into the country.
Mahjabin KhanomMahjabin Khanom
10:33 03 Feb 21
I joined Community Needs on the SEMLEP project to do several courses which included Food Safety, Mental Health Awareness and Employ-ability. Before I started these courses I never knew as much, but while doing these courses I gained a lot of knowledge. I also completed my employ-ability skills which included CV, cover letter and interviewing techniques. While I was doing my course they supported me by registering my daughter for the nursery which was based at the community centre. The staff’s and teacher’s were very friendly and helpful. I made new friends. I have improved my literacy and numeracy while attending the programme. I’m very pleased to come here and gained a lot of skills and if I have chance to come back here I definitely will return. The Environment here was very safe. I recommend this place to others.After i completed this project I am now volunteering for the organisation. I have improved my administration skills and confidence.
Munazza SajjadMunazza Sajjad
10:35 12 Nov 20
Community Needs have provided me and my family much support during Coronavirus. I have no family here and I am a single parent. They support me and my children. They keep in contact with me during lockdown and when they re-open services we were very happy. I attend the ladies exercise class and my children attend after school club. We cannot wait when they open up all the services. I recommend people to join projects with Community Needs. They have given me the opportunity to volunteer to build my experience.

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