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Ashford BME Association was formed by Maria Olukoya early 2016 and it is based in the centre of Ashford.
Ashford BME Association works with individuals and groups from the BAME and wider community to improve their health and wellbeing enhance social, cultural and economic inclusion and support community cohesion.
We run a number of projects which are either short or long term within the community; targeting themes such as cultural awareness raising, equality and diversity and health promotion.
ABMEA aims to highlight the economic, social and cultural integration of disadvantaged BAME, Refugee and migrant communities within Kent.
Our Volunteers and Trustees have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the specialist fields within which we work.
We work with individuals and groups from the BME and wider community to improve their health and well-being, enhance social, cultural and economic inclusion and support community cohesion.
We specialise in providing advice, guidance and examples of best practice in implementing a whole school and community based approach to addressing health issues, in particular with children and
We are able to work across a range of educational settings from early years to Universities.
We are dedicated to the improvement of the public’s health and well-being and working to educate, empower and support communities and individuals to become resilient and live healthy lives.
Volunteering is the commitment of time and energy, for the benefit of society and the community, the environment, or individuals outside one's immediate family. It is undertaken freely and without concern for financial gain.
Volunteering can give you the opportunity to try something new, gain experience, develop skills, improve your career prospects, build confidence and meet new people.
Registered Charity 1172705
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