|Whose Children in Need?|
|Written by Green Arrow|
| November 2011 |
The annual opportunity for 2nd rate celebrities to get their faces noticed by the public has just ended, with a record £26 million being donated by the gullible British Public to Children in Need.
Now were the money being raised for the benefit of True British Children, then I would not have a problem but again the ever generous British are being used like little tiny birds to assist voracious cuckoos in our nest.
Cuckoos that will one day show their gratitude by throwing the British out of the nest completely. There will be no aid for us I can assure you.
Before I give you a link that you will find quite enlightening, I want you to think on this - Charity begins at home, or at least it should. The people today behind nearly EVERY single charity, are in it mainly for the money they make for themselves and then to undermine and weaken the True British People.
Below are some of the "worthy causes" that were provided with your mone by Children in Need in August of this year. See if you think that the recipients deserve the money.
For the full list please go here and try not to be sick. It is difficult to remove vomit from a keyboard. By the way if you find any assistance to a specifically white or Christian group then let me know because I could not locate one. Also remember this is just one months assistance.
Harrow Association of Somali Voluntary Organisations
Horn of Africa Youth Association Hayes £16,500 The project will provide support to children from an asylum seeker and refugee background, specifically around housing and employment.
Sahan Society Centre Hayes £51,230 This project will provide a support service to children with special educational needs and their families, who are from the Somali community.
Somali Community Advancement Organisation London £5,850 This project will provide weekend lessons in Maths, English and Science for young people from the Somali or other East African communities, who face a range of disadvantage and who are struggling at school.
Crossworld FC London £6,130 This project will provide football training for young asylum seekers and refugees to improve their health and well being.
African Cultural Association Barnet London £6,135 This project will provide cultural activities for disadvantaged young people including arts and crafts, jewellery making, textiles and design.
West London Moroccan Widadia London £8,372 This project will provide a homework club and reading support to young people from the Moroccan community who are struggling at school.
Ivorian and African French Speaking Women Action Group
African Womens Care London £9,500 This project will provide a programme of support to young people who have experienced some form of personal abuse or domestic violence.
Wings Of Hope Community Association London £9,910 This project will deliver sporting activities, dance sessions and healthy living advice at weekends for disadvantaged young people from the North African community.
YouthSpace London £10,000 This project will provide a two week residential for young boys from the orthodox Jewish community who live in over crowded conditions and who would not otherwise have this opportunity.
Beis Rochel Community Group London £10,000 This project will provide a summer holiday activity programme for girls from the Orthodox Jewish community who wouldn't otherwise have this opportunity.
Voice 4 Somali London £10,000 This project will provide regular weekend classes to improve the educational attainment of young people from the Somali community who are failing at school.
African Women Group London £10,000 This project will provide a weekly homework club for girls of African origin who face a range of disadvantage and are struggling at school.
Bromley Somali Community Association London £26,854 This project will provide supplementary classes for children and young people from low income Somali families who are struggling at school. This will enable them to improve their educational attainment, aspirations and self confidence.
Somali and Somaliland Lewisham Community London £27,600 Through the provision of supplementary classes this project will help
Helping Hands Support Association London £28,101 This project will provide tuition in English, Maths and Science for children and young people from ethnic minority backgrounds and who are underachieving at school.
Bikur Cholim Dsatmar Trust (Home Hospital Link) London £52,300 This project will provide support to children and young people primarily
Uganda Community Relief Association London £61,100 This project will work with children and young people with HIV or AIDS through the provision of creative, sporting and leisure activities and supportive information to help them plan positively for the future and
Fashion and Development Centre Southall £10,000 This project will match young mentors with young people from refugee backgrounds to support them with their school work and help them achieve their goals for the future.
Blessing Family Association Thornton Heath £9,405 Through the provision of supplementary classes this project will help to integrate refugee children and young people into mainstream schools, improve their numeracy, literacy and increase their self confidence.
Nekh Welfare Foundation Barking £9,000 This project will provide after-school classes for young people from ethnic minority communities in East London, to address issues of truancy, underachievement and language barriers at school.
Midaye Somali Development Network London £4,868 This project will provide Saturday supplementary classes for children and young people from low income Somali families in Kensington and Chelsea.
Hackney Playbus London £9,101 The Hackney Playbus will provide a range of activities for children from the traveller community in East London, giving them somewhere safe to play and helping them to access local services.
Bengali International London £9,660 This project will provide recreational activities in a safe setting for young people living on a deprived estate in East London.
St Peter's Community and Advice Centre London £9,875 This project will provide healthy eating advice and sports sessions for girls from the Bangladeshi community living in low income families in East London.
Yismach Moshe Community Group London £10,000 This project will provide a 12 day summer holiday programme for boys, aged 0-15, from low income Orthodox Jewish families, living in Hackney.
SAIL (Summer Adventure for Inner Londoners)London £10,000 This project will provide a 2 week residential holiday to Manchester for 100 young males, aged 13-16, who are from low income Orthodox Jewish families living in Hackney and Haringey.
Muslim Womens Assn Southwark London £2,740 This project will provide day trips for children from the Muslim community, most of whom are recent arrivals to the UK, some seeking asylum, and some from low income families. They hope to develop confidence, language skills and well being.
Baraka Youth Association London £18,300 This project will provide supplementary Maths English classes, football and swimming sessions, for children and young people from refugee and asylum-seeking families in Kensington and Chelsea.
Community Music Ltd. London £20,238 This project will provide music lessons for Bengali and Bangladeshi young people living in deprived communities in East London.
Hammersmith Community Gardens Association London £23,650 This project will provide an environmental playscheme for children and young people from low income families, living in Hammersmith and Fulham.
Sierra Leone Refugee Welfare Association London £25,950 This project will provide an after-school club for children from refugee
Kongolese Centre For Information Advice London £28,094 This project will provide Saturday sporting activities for children and young people from refugee and asylum seeking communities in Westminster, enabling them to become physically active and improve their communication skills.
To be added to as soon as I get some more time
Big Hat Tip to Daz of the British Resistance Paltalk Room.