Asian Community Concern underpins its community development work with positive ethical values. This does not mean a religious or cultural imperialism; neither does it mean economic or socio-political naiveté.
Rather it implies tested, value-based activism that seeks constructive change in society. It also means that we work with themes such as stewardship, justice, love, reconciliation, identity, creativity, human dignity, and continuous development.
Community engagement is a strong value and fundamental practice of neighbourhood revitalization. The importance of engaging the community is grounded in the belief that the public has a right to participate and to articulate what their needs are.
Supporting Black Asian and minority ethnic communities during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
Distributing Food Supplies for Families in need who are affected by Covid-19 Pandemic.
Project Southall-MASKCD19 has been formed for the purpose of making face masks for the most vulnerable people in the community: immigrants, asylum seekers and the homeless. A group of women from Southall, Hayes, Heston and Ealing, who have a heart to serve were willing to freely contribute their time and sewing skills by making face masks in their own space. More than 3000 face masks have been made and distributed to the needy, but more were needed.
The team of the project Southall-MASKCD19 was making free face masks for the vulnerable people in the community and we wanted to address the fear and anxiety which could lead to many mental health issues.
This autumn we cooked to share the food and to know people. Preparing and eating food is a great way to bring the community together and make new friends and connections.
Asian Community Concern is thankful to Food for life gettogethers fund of £150.
Asian Community Concern provides a free, accessible warm space, from Monday to Friday between 11am- 4pm. You’ll get a warm welcome and can socialise with like-minded people. Share time of togetherness, learn more about how to keep warm in winter.
We provide advice and signposting for health & wellbeing, personal hygiene and staying fit. Join some sports activities or exercise classes in the community. Be connected and be motivated.
We provide a range of facilities, amenities and activities including toilets; hot drinks; newspapers, free wi-fi and use of computers.
We offer translation services in Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and Malayalam.
You can find us at Unit 2, Luther House, 30 Montague Waye, Southall and we are close to bus routes: E5, 195, H32 and 105.
Thank you Tesco, Perivale - Greenford for the Community Grant. Every contribution will help us to continue the works of Asian Community Concern and that makes a measurable difference to us. Every little helps !!!