Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum
Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum is a charity working in the field of Race Equality.
A leading organisation within the voluntary sector in Cambridge, in working with Black and minority ethnic individuals and groups.
Bringing expertise in anti-discrimination work and specialisation in asylum and refugee welfare matters.
They also give special social, cultural, moral, and practical support to groups and develop projects where needed.
Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum provides support for a range of different minority ethnic communities including culturally appropriate emergency food in partnership with the Karim Foundation.
Shop vouchers for food and other essential items. Foodbank food e-vouchers and referrals to the Fairbite shop. Foodbank fuel e-vouchers for those with prepaid meters or small fuel grants.
Please also follow this link for other help that might be available through the Household Support Fund
Please contact the office on 01223 655241 or email@example.com for advice, information, or to book an appointment.
Who to contact
- 01223 655241 01223 655241
- Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum website
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