Bradford African Community (BAC)

Full Street Address: Quaker Meeting House Russell Street
Postal Code: BD5 0JB
beaccommunity@outlook.com
Phone Number: 07746 392884
Organisation Characteristics: Not for Profit Organisation, Voluntary Organisation
Geographical area: Bradford District wide
Has documents: Annual accounts, Bank account, Constitution or other governing document, Equal opportunities or diversity policy or statement, Health and safety policies, Regular meetings of which written records are kept, Safeguarding (child, adult protection) policies
Information last updated: 22nd October 2020
Description:

The Bradford African Community is registered charity that aim to promote social inclusion by preventing people, in particular But without limit African refugees and asylum seekers residing in Yorkshire and UK as whole from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society though education and training in the English language, workshops/courses, Homework club support classes and general support social and recreational facilities and events involving the local community directed to promoting social inclusion.
Bradford African Community brings migrant, refugees and asylum seeker communities to come together, build strong relationship among ourselves and with others and share their mixed experience, seek ways to establish ourselves, integrate and adapt in the city of Bradford and in United Kingdom

We aim to encourage refugees and migrant communities to engage and participate fully in British society

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Closing date: 30th September 2020 11:00pm