Our Vision

Our vision is a society where all individuals are independent, valued, and equal and fully engaged member of society.

Our Mission

Our mission is to support disadvantaged and vulnerable population groups towards achieving our vision through implementation of the stated aims and objectives of Life Chances.

 Our Value

Our value is underpinned by our belief that every human being has the right to live the life of their choice and to be treated with respect and dignity, regardless of their ethnic origin, age or health status.

 Member of Trustees

Mr. Theodros Abraham is a Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Life Chance. He holds BA in Economics and MA in Development Economics. He came from a refugee background and has worked for two decades for a wide range of agencies in the public and voluntary sector. He is currently a founder and Director of Reconnect which is a UK based  charity organisation set up  to provide one-to-one assessment, guidance, referrals and support on study/ career progression for unemployed and underemployed refugees wishing to access further and higher education and employment. Theodros was awarded the Distinguished Sessional Lecturer award ‘in recognition of his outstanding contribution and commitment to teaching and learning’ in the Faculty of Lifelong Learning of Birkbeck University of London, where he has been teaching Development Studies since 1986.

Mrs Mahlet Asrat: is a member of Trustees of Life Chances and Treasurer for the organisation.  Mahlet is working in a position of management and supervision for various companies in the care sector.  She has a passion for care and in helping those who find themselves in vulnerable position due to age, disability and ill health. Mahlet has an outstanding record in improving and enriching the lives of many individuals in the care sector.

Assefa Negash is a member of the Trustees of Life Chances. Lived through refugee experiences Assefa commands a prominent standing among refugees community groups from the Horn of Africa living in London. He has considerable experiences and skills managing development projects for unaccompanied refugee children in London. He has provided advice, guidance and support for refugee children in West London. Assefa is also an entrepreneur with interest and practical skills in developing business enterprises for unemployed refugees.