Black Training And Enterprise Group

Charity first registered in the UK on 10/06/1996 no: 1056043
Charities Commission data

This charity has no employees and has no volunteers.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals
4 Quality Education
8 Decent Work & Economic Growth
10 Reduced Inequalities

What it does

General Charitable Purposes
Education/training
Disability
Economic/community Development/employment
Human Rights/religious Or Racial Harmony/equality Or Diversity

How it works

Provides Advocacy/advice/informationSponsors Or Undertakes ResearchActs As An Umbrella Or Resource Body

Where it operates

Throughout England

Who it helps

Children/young People
People With Disabilities
People Of A Particular Ethnic Or Racial Origin
Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies


Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 8 grant making charities totalling £1,215,227

When Amount Donor To be used for
31/07/2019 £102,000 Esmee Fairbairn Towards core costs for EQUAL, to work with Ministry of Justice and HMPPS to improve outcomes for Black and/or Muslim offenders.
30/09/2018 £150,000 Greater London Authority Route2Success will reach 600 young people aged 10-18 from ethnic minority backgrounds, to provide positive role models from similar backgrounds, supporting with careers advice, entrepreneurial skills, making positive choices and guidance to overcome obstacles. Working with Schools, Pupil Referral Units, Young Offender Institutions and Prisons providing workshops delivered by our volunteer role models to inspire young people to think practically about the best way to realise their full potential in education and employment and equip them with tools to manage their social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
30/04/2018 £110,000 City Bridge Trust £110,000 over two years (2 x £55,000) for the "BAME Connectivity Programme" with funding to cover the costs of a part-time Project Manager and support costs.
30/11/2017 £110,000 Joseph Rowntree Foundation Core costs
12/10/2017 £150,000 Trust for London The funding is to support Moving on Up Phase Two who will test new approaches to improving employment outcomes for ethnic groups facing persistently high levels of unemployment. This work will focus on young black men in London, with a view to creating replicable models which can be adopted in other locations and for other populations.
30/09/2017 £100,000 Barrow Cadbury To support a programme of work that aims to end racial inequality for children and young adults involved in the criminal justice system
12/06/2017 £21,480 National Lottery The project aims to look at the use of government and other data to create a platform to highlight racial disparities in public services and social and economic outcomes and to crowd source solutions. A development grant has been awarded to CORE to understand what this platform could look like and how it could be delivered.
31/03/2016 £10,000 National Lottery The group will use the funding to deliver an employment skills programme for young people who are unemployed in the Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community. The project will enhance job application skills, interview technique and developing a mind-set to achieve positive goals. This will improve chances of finding employment and lead to better chances in life.
16/12/2015 £15,250 Barrow Cadbury To support the six T2A Pathway projects to increase their confidence and expertise in addressing race equality challenges in their organisation's work and local area.
31/08/2015 £91,497 Esmee Fairbairn To support phase two of the Young Review in order to improve outcomes for Black and/or Muslim young offenders.
30/06/2015 £90,000 Lankelly Chase To drive the implementation of the Young Review recommendations to address ethnic inequalities in the criminal justice system.
24/01/2015 £100,000 Barrow Cadbury To support a race equality programme that will influence and improve criminal justice policy and practice.
31/10/2014 £165,000 City Bridge Trust £165,000 over three years (3 x £55,000) for the ‘Valuing Volunteers' project with funding to cover the costs of a project manager and support costs.

Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers
31/03/2018 £360,858 £365,533 -£4,675 0
31/03/2017 £339,047 £349,669 -£10,622 0
31/03/2016 £518,966 £455,337 £63,629 £329,957 8 7 1
31/03/2015 £533,125 £465,501 £67,624 £266,328 6 7 3
31/03/2014 £477,376 £453,223 £24,153 0
31/03/2013 £290,066 £309,473 -£19,407 0
31/03/2012 £329,508 £351,429 -£21,921 0
31/03/2011 £734,227 £779,267 -£45,040 £215,879 3 15 0
31/03/2010 £777,759 £900,656 -£122,897 £260,919 3 19 1
31/03/2009 £626,390 £765,764 -£139,374 £383,816 5 13 2
31/03/2008 £951,180 £1,037,364 -£86,184 £523,190 5 17 0
31/03/2007 £1,607,041 £1,421,732 £185,309 £609,374 4 22 0
31/03/2006 £832,239 £729,391 £102,848 0
31/03/2005 £782,571 £717,531 £65,040 0
31/03/2004 £525,070 £510,790 £14,280 0

Trustees

This charity has 7 registered trustees.

  • Ambrose James Quashie
  • Femi Bola
  • Ila Chandavarkar
  • Mr Zahid Hussain
  • Rajesh Patel Mbe
  • Seema Manchanda
  • Tony Durrant Jp, Mbe
Objectives

1. THE PROMOTION OF GOOD RACE RELATIONS, THE ELIMINATIONOF DISCRIMINATION ON THE GROUNDS OF RACE AND ENCOURAGING EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY BETWEEN PERSONS OF DIFFERENT RACIAL GROUPS PARTICULARLY IN THE AREAS OF EMPLOYMENT AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES 2. THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION IN THE AREAS OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING AND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE. 3 THE RELIEF OF POVERTY THROUGH ASSISTING WITH OR OBTAINING EMPLOYMENT TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT OR GAINING WORK EXPERIENCE. 4 THE PROMOTION OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT BY ASSISTING IN PROMOTING OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMPLOYMENT, IN PARTICULAR AREAS AMONGST PARTICULAR COMMUNITIESWHERE INVOLUNTARY UNEMPLOYMENT IS CAUSING SUFFERING BY REASON OF POVERTY OR ILL HEALTH.