UK: First Charitable Trust for the Ethnic English Community
Activism; Posted on: 2007-06-08 15:55:18 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
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News article filed by BNP news team
There are thousands of charities promoting the interests of various ethnic groups in the UK. A quick browse through the register of the Charity Commission for England and Wales reveals an astonishing 109 charities advancing the Indian community, 152 specifically for the Chinese community including Blackpool Chinese Community Association, Chinese Mental Health Association, Leeds Chinese Christian Church, Swansea Chinese School. There are 184 charities looking after the Somali community, 309 specifically for Muslims and over 500 charities listed for the African and Caribbean communities: African Aids Care, African Women’s Support Group, Gateshead African Community Association, Nigerian Leadership Initiative, Tameside African Refugee Association. A further 75 are listed promoting the interests of “black” or “ethnic” minorities.
Some of these ethno and racial specific charities receive sponsorship from government agencies and big businesses.
While there are charities which advance the interests of native Welsh, Irish and Scots both in England and the respective home nations, until recently there has not been a single charity to advance the interests of the ethnic English.
With the official launch of the Steadfast Trust there is for the first time a charity which aims to promote the welfare and wellbeing of the ethnic English community.
Initial areas of interest are -
• an English cultural festival;
• projects for English working-class youths;
• promotion of English culture and identity in schools.
The Steadfast Trust aims to bring to the attention of public bodies and other organisations the needs and interests of the English community and to seek appropriate policies and funding.
The Steadfast Trust was registered in 2005 but until recently it has been dormant. A management team has now been formed and the trust is ready to pursue its aims and objectives which are;
a) to relieve poverty among members of the Anglo-Saxon community living in England; b) to promote the preservation & protection of health such persons;
c) to advance education among such persons;
d) to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for such persons in the interests of social welfare and with the object of improving their conditions of life;
e) to advance the education of the public through bringing about awareness of the contributions made to British history and society (both pre and post 1066) by people of Anglo-Saxon descent or origin;
f) to advance the education of the public in Anglo-Saxon music and other forms of art and culture (both modern and ancient); ii) to undertake research in the area of Anglo-Saxon arts and culture (both modern and ancient) and to disseminate and publish the useful results of such research.
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