Croydon BME (black & minority ethnic) Forum is the umbrella organisation for Croydon’s Black and Minority Ethnic voluntary and community sector; engaging people, building capacity, and promoting equality and cohesion.
Working to empower Croydon’s BME communities to contribute towards policy development and decision making in order to ensure equal access to services as well as development of culturally sensitive services.
Building bridges within and between communities and providing a strategic equality function in Croydon within the framework of the Equality Act 2010 and Croydon Strategic Partnership.
Empowering BME voluntary and community sector organisations; and social enterprises in developing their people, systems and structures so that they are better able to deliver quality services to their users.
The BME Forum provide support to voluntary organisations on how to access funding and income for their organisations. We also provide account management support. Click here for information on where to find funding.
Our Thematic Groups
The BME Thematic Groups were created to bring likeminded individuals together to discuss ways to combat impacting areas of focus within the community to achieve a safer and enriched environment.
Black History Month 2018
The BME Forum are working with Croydon Council and other partners to create the marquee event to celebrate Black History Month in Croydon. If you would like to get involved, click below.
“The BME Health & Wellbeing Event was a very useful and informative event about different health issues e.g. stress, bad sleep, exercise and blood pressure.”
Croydon BME Forum has been very helpful to myself and others of all ages, races, religions and backgrounds. It’s an interactive forum with training facilities and puts on events that are informative and affective to the BME community.
If we could have it so that only 1 is shown at a time with a slideshow button to move onto the next testimonial instead of having 3 displayed at once. The testimonials at the bottom of the page.
56a Mitcham Road
Telephone: 020 8684 3719
Opposite Kwik Fit and BP Petrol Station Corner of Albion Street
Train: Nearest Train or Tram Stop: West Croydon