CARE (CFE) was established in 2008 to support BME (black and minority ethnic) individuals (but not exclusively) living in Yorkshire, many of whom are experiencing disadvantages such as poverty, social exclusion and discrimination.
We work to empower, inform and educate people seeking help in order to enable them to overcome disadvantage, social exclusion, and effectively participate in the social and economic regeneration of marginalised communities and individuals in Yorkshire.
A key focus for CARE (CFE) is to work in partnership with others at both the service delivery and a strategic levels in order to improve and develop services for people who need support, and to provide access to housing among other services within the community. Quality and diversity are key objectives in both service delivery and employment.
CARE (CFE) is proud of the professionalism and commitment of our staff who have the skills and ability to deliver a range of high quality culturally sensitive services that are appropriate to the needs of our client group.
The social mission of CARE (CFE) is ‘to support people facing disadvantage by empowering them and engaging with them to help improve their overall quality of life’.
At the heart of everything we do lies:
Respect: Valuing differences and all contributions.
Enabling: Giving people encouragement and support to achieve their goals.
Inclusion: The belief that everyone has a right to participate fully in society.