Bangladesh Welfare Association of Enfield
106 South Street, Ponders End EN3 4QA
Telephone: 020 8804 9573
Charity No: 1069869
Chair persons statement
The Bangladesh welfare association of Enfield was established 1964 , I give honour to those people who set up this organisation in 1964. Now Bangladesh welfare Association of Enfield is one of the largest Asian community organisation in Enfield . We have built strong links with local voluntary groups and our various funders. We are currently running a lot of projects and activities like , advice and information’s , supplementary school , religious and cultural events , mother tongue classes , summer trip & community matters .
Many thanks to all our volunteers without their generous contribution of time we would not have been able to provide such a wide range of service to our community smoothly . I am grateful to all our funders particularly London borough of Enfield , Enfield voluntary action , Safer stronger community, Award for all and Tesco Grants for their trust in us .
Structure, governance and management
Bangaldesh Welfare Association of Enfield is a registered charity established by constitution on 6 July 1997 and governed by board of trustees. The Trustees stand for election and reappointment every two years voted by member of the charity
Bangladesh welfare association of enfield
Objective and activities:
To advance of education, sports ,art, culture, particularly of persons of Enfield residence in the London Borough of Enfield, by the provision of language and literacy classes, and by the promotion of the educational needs of the local people in such other charitable ways as the committee may determine from time to time. To relieve poverty, particularly amongst persons of Enfield residence in the London borough of Enfield by the provision of advice, Information and support in the areas of social welfare and assist in obtaining access mainstream government services.
Summary of the main activities undertaken for the benefit of the public
Women’s Forum Against Extremism
Supplementary classes for children
Mother Tongue Classes for Children age 5- 13yrs to aid and maintain London’s language diversity, which should derive benefit for future generation to engage in business and economic prosperity.
Drop in sessions for Men and Women
Enfield Job net – whereby we assist with job search, CV writing, preparing for interviews and presentation skills.
Day Trips to Theme parks, religious places, seaside to foster community building and cohesion
Women’s( Jononee) Project (Sewing Classes, Arts and Crafts and discussion on various everyday issues)
Football Coaching for children and young people
Advice and information surgery and assistance in completing housing, council tax and other state benefit and access to mainstream local and national government.
The charity has encouraged isolated women’s to empower themselves, be engage in mainstream society.
Address the needs of the local community particularly relating to topics of local and national current issues that affect in particular in local community.
Promoted positive understanding of Islam
Skill Sharing Workshop
How to built confidence
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