About Us

Since 2015

CCWM

Our story

 

  • CCWM was formed in September 2015 as a community organisation working to fill a substantial gap and under representation of communities such as; Kashmiri, Pakistani and other BAME to access main stream services in the creative art, health and well-being, employment and training, housing, media and sports sectors.
  • CCWM have proudly undertaken partnership work with many organisations and establishments
  • CCWM have aimed to engage with diverse social groups to enhance cohesion between communities by helping people to work creatively to overcome challenges and to reach their full potential.
  • CCWM have created unique initiatives to give opportunities for people of the inner city to engage in expressive art and creativity.
  • CCWM have worked with a diverse range of communities across the whole of the west midlands.
  • CCWM is committed to organising and supporting activities that promote the well being of the local community by helping them to take part in learning that is fun, interactive and supportive.

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What Drives Us

Our Mission

CCWM wants to create Community Cohesion by developing projects, creating awareness of what services are available for local people to access and get support. We work innovatively to also allow both young people and adults to have a voice within their communities whilst enjoying a range of activities offered by us

voice of the chair

Rashid Qureshi

“Creative Cohesion West Midlands was created to serve the communities across West Midlands and far a field. CCWM wants to create Community Cohesion by developing projects, creating awareness of what services are available for local people to access and get support. We work innovatively to also allow both young people and adults to have a voice within their communities whilst enjoying a range of activities offered by us. We are always seeking ways to work in partnerships and develop new projects and share our experience and knowledge to help mainstream provisions to cater for communities such as Kashmiris and other BAME who are under -represented for Services, resources and accessibility.”.

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Phone & Email

07530 786 507
07906 860 044
info@creativecohesionwm.org

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Due To Covid-19

Address

Women's Enterprise Centre
Ralph Road
Saltley
Birmingham
B8 1NA

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To find out more information or to make an enquiry please visit the Contact Us Page or reach us with the details below

07530 786 507

info@creativecohesionwm.org

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