Mosaic was founded by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, to help disadvantaged young people growing up in our most deprived communities.  The mentoring charity inspires children and young people from deprived communities to realise their talents and potential.

There are many ways to support Mosaic: by becoming a mentor at a primary or secondary school, volunteering your time and expertise or making a donation to this valuable cause.  Positive aspirations are crucial for young people’s future success and mentoring can be the best way to inspire the next generation.

Naz Bokhari was an active supporter of mentoring projects within schools. Ernest Bevin College was one of the many schools where Mosaic has worked.

Diversity Day at the Tower of London

Wednesday 29th January, we had our first Diversity Day of 2020

Diversity Day at The Telegraph

Naz Legacy Foundation organised for fifteen young people to visit the Telegraph

Trustee Launches Special Mentoring Programme

Harris Bokhari OBE, spoke alongside the USA Ambassador