Provides special Education/training ,
The advancement of health or saving of lives ,
Disability Services ,
The prevention or relief of poverty,
Economic/community , Development/employment,
People with disabilities
People of a particular ethnic or racial origin
Provides Human resources
Direct payment & Personal care budgets
To be highly regarded for excellence in the public sector for voluntary services, elderly projects, educational and recreational development and support, whilst remaining sensitive and responsive to the needs of the South Asian community
To forge links and develop partnerships with statutory and voluntary agencies in order to deliver efficient, high quality services
The project is committed to its charitable objectives. We value the warmth of every individual; believe in creating opportunities for our community, empowering our members with knowledge & self-confidence to increase their accession of mainstream services
History and background
S.C.C.P began as a voluntary activity in 1992. A constitution was formally adopted on 9th May 1996 and the organisation started to operate as a local services provider, who had a vision of the needs of the community, especially the South Asian women, elderly, young people & disabled people. The project has now grown into a structured body led by a Voluntary Management Committee, part funded to employ salaried staff and part volunteer-led, which forms an important part of social care and provision in the Borough.
The organisation is registered with the Charities Commission for England & Wales (Registration Number : 1079748) since 1996 and is continuously providing and arranging services for the personal development , social care, health care and advancement of education and training for empowering women and young people from South Asian Community specifically but not exclusively.
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