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Affinity Community Engagement Project CIC

 

Office address:

Spencer House

51 Tyburn Rd

Birmingham

B24 8NN

 

Office : 0121-318-7049

Mobile: 07595-333-469

Email:  info@aceprojectcic.org.uk

 

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ACE Project CIC operates partly on grants and donations.

To assist our services to help our most vulnerable groups in our community please consider making a donation.

Thank You

Thank You to HOE Community Foundation for our 2017 Grant:

February to July

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Funding & Donations

Affinity Community Enagagement [ACE] Project CIC has a vision which strives to...

 

  • Commit towards the advancement and development of all citizens (particularly those who are vulnerable, disadvantaged and isolated) of East Birmingham, through local regional and national activities

 

  • Promote equality and celebrate the rich diversity in Birmingham, UK

 

  • Develop services where we can bring generations together and visitors are welcomed and supported.

 

  • Ensure vulnerable people are encouraged and supported towards positive health and well-being, increased choice and their independency.

 

  • Provide services for prevention, socialisation and give people a sense of ownership, through participation and community involvement.

 

  • Support young people and encourage them to reach their full potential in educational achievement and employment opportunities through paid or volunteering experience.

 

Vision...

Mission...

Affinity Community Engagement [ACE] Project CIC has a long term mission to:

 

Work in partnership with other organisations to support and help to improve socialisation and prevention services for people who are disadvantaged, vulnerable and isolated. 

 

Work in partnership with other organisations to promote health and wellbeing initiatives and offer local venues for togetherness and activities for a better quality of life, as well as enabling those who are isolated, vulnerable, and disadvantage to meet others and be a part of their local community (or keep in touch with their local community)