Harrow prides itself on being multicultural and welcoming to all. The borough is represented by many different ethnic groups sharing the same cultural values, religion and ancestry handed down through various generations.
The following ethnic organizations are listed in Harrow:
The Harrow African Caribbean Association: The Harrow African Caribbean Association was founded in 1991 and unites African-Caribbean people who live in Harrow. The aim of this association is to provide an array of services for the community to enjoy. Some of the popular services are Friday Luncheon Club, Keep fit classes, Dance School (5-16 years), and Mentoring workshops for school boys. The group helps take up concerns with statutory bodies, supports individuals and promotes the well-being of the association. Harrow African Caribbean Association organizes various events for members to enjoy like Annual Christmas Lunch, Inspirational Black Men and Black Women showcase events, and Half day/full day trip out of London. http://hacas.org/about/
Harrow Association of Somali Voluntary Organizations: Harrow Association of Somali Voluntary organizations is established to cater to ethnic minority residents in Harrow and to prioritize providing support for the Somali community. The centre aims to strengthen links between all community groups. Various projects are taken on to encourage community participation and communities to live and work together. Some popular activities are Harrow Somali Supplementary School and Parent Champions. Its main focus is to enable individuals and groups to live happily and comfortably within the wider community.
Harrow Association of Somali Voluntary Organizations
66 Lower Road
Harrow HA2 0DH
The Indian Association Of Harrow: The Indian Association Of Harrow run club facilities for elderly immigrants from India to meet regularly and socialize. It gives them the opportunity to also take part in physical activity programmes and talks and discussions pertaining to health and well-being.
The Indian Association Of Harrow
9 The Avenue
Reunite and reconnect with your inner roots through these ethnic associations making you feel welcome and have a sense of belonging in Harrow.