We have an excellent track record in engaging and supporting people from minority communities.  Our initiatives to supports local communities with:

  • Basic skills – English Language, Confidence Building and job search techniques
  • Training – e.g. ESOL
  • Sports & Leisure g. Boxing
  • Community facilities e.g. Community Hall
  • Social – e.g. Veterans Breakfast
  • Health and wellbeing – e.g. Mental Health Support
  • Strengthening community cohesion – e.g. supporting new and emerging communities
  • Information – Advice and guidance on accessing mainstream services e.g. housing

Many of our service users face multiple barriers which prevent them from contributing to the Bury economy or participating in social interaction, especially prejudice and covert racism.  Secondly limited grasp of English, means they don’t know their basic rights as such miss out on benefits, healthcare and other public services.

ADAB is proud to have been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2013. This award is recognition of the amazing work that  we do

We wish to thank our staff and particularly our volunteers whose unrelented support enables us to provide services and support the communities in Bury.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be a fundamental pillar of  community support that helps improve the quality of life for Bury residents. 

Our key aim is to support those in our communities who may be disadvantaged for whatever reason specifically “to support people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities including new and emerging, refugees and asylum seekers, to help build their confidence and independence to active community members

Our Mission

Striving to serve our community and improve the quality of life of our residents”