Community Relief Project

Community Relief Project

Charity information

Community Relief Project

We are a voluntary organisation working to improve the quality of live of elderly people from the Francophone African community, and to relieve such community from poverty, hardship and distress

Founded 2002

  • Mission statement

    We provide BME elderly people over sixty with a range of direct services and the support they need to elderly people to maintain their independence; to get the necessary goods and services; to get about and keep in touch with friends and family; to socialise and have fun; to make their voice heard and to overcome difficulties they may be experiencing.
    Our work for the Francophone African community is aimed at improving access to mainstream services, education, training, employment; preventing suffering through lack of awareness to support and services available, and the lack of knowledge of their rights and responsibilities, and an inability to express their needs effectively, improving inclusion and participation

  • Aims

    Community Relief Project aims to:

    • To improve the quality of life for elderly people from the Francophone African community and refugees
    • Tor relieve the Francophone African community and refugees from poverty, hardship and distress and to promote the education of said beneficiaries by any lawful charitable means
  • Overview

    Established: March 2002

    Registered Charity Number: 1094903

    Board members: 8

    Volunteers: 19

    Phone number: 02032080168

    Address: Suite 26-27 Gateway Business Centre, 210 Church Road Leyton, London E10 7JQ

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