Baca provides supported accommodation and "futures" training children 16+ who have arrived in this country unaccompanied and are seeking asylum and/or have been trafficked or at risk of trafficking.
Baca’s vision is to see communities that have experience injustice restored and rebuilt.
We believe that young people who have encountered injustice can be empowered with dignity, strength and hope inspiring them to become change makers for good in the communities around them.
We work with young people who are seeking asylum, are refugees, those who have experienced trafficking or are at risk of being trafficked or exploited.
The advancement of education and the relief of poverty among forced migrants in the UK and abroad and the promotion of racial harmony, mutual respect and diversity.
To invest hope, either directly or indirectly, through our activities into the lives of those for whom we care. Consequently seeing those same lives shaped and realising a better future.
Baca Charity aims to:
- Enhance our standing as a specialist provider for forced migrants in the Midlands though supported accommodation, ESOL training, "Futures work" and through effective safeguarding.
- Enhance our services for young people who have been trafficked.
- Continue to strengthen and develop Baca's "Futures" package. Futures engages young people in social, educational and vocational opportunities.
- Increase our impact internationally through making links with countries of origin.
Established: November 2006
Registered Charity Number: 1124569
Board members: 5
Full time staff: 4
Part time staff: 11
Phone number: 01509 550438
Address: 19-20 Baxter Gate Loughborough Leic LE11 1TGView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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