The Watford African Caribbean Association (“WACAS”) is a small charitable organisation that uses local knowledge and decades of experience to transform the lives of the vulnerable, the elderly and children, whilst preserving African and Caribbean traditions.
WACAS’ services help the elderly stay independent at home and more active in the community. We aim to inspire academic excellence and develop social responsibility in the children attending our school. We care for, help and empower our community.
- Elders Project
- Saturday School
- Sickle Cell & Thalassaemia Support Group
- And much more…
Let us resolve to keep going regardless of the many challenges – each one of us can do something – and together we can achieve. Althea McLean, OBE, Co-Founder, Former Trustee, Former Director and Former Chair
Black History Month
Black History Month (“BHM”) is held every October in Britain. It promotes Black history and experience and highlights the positive contributions made to society. WACAS hosts a range of activities in Watford during this period including exhibitions, performances and presentations. Updates will be available through our e-Newsletter, “What’s On” page, Facebook, Twitter and other media, so we invite you to sign-up, follow us and like us!