The Harrow African-Caribbean Association

The Harrow African-Caribbean Association was formed in 1991 to bring together the African-Caribbean people, who live in Harrow, for the purposes of:

  • Providing them with a meeting place
  • Providing a Friday Luncheon Club
  • Keep Fit Classes
  • Dance School (for children 5 years to 16 years)
  • Raising Achievement/Mentoring Programme for School Boys Funded by the North-West London Community Foundation/Grassroots Funders
  • Promoting the well being of the Association and its Members and their interests
  • Taking up their concerns with statutory bodies (e.g Local and Central Government) in respect of: Education; Youth, Employment, Training, Health, Leisure & Cultural Activities
  • Providing support to individuals
  • Promoting research into the needs of the African-Caribbean Community.