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UK - Butterflies LTD non profit organisation                REGISTERED AT UK Register of Learning Providers

Registration number of Learning Providers in the UK (UKPRN) is 10066595

Can't be happier !!! A special thank you to BWA outreach team and the leader Ameena for your kindness and generosity.

Kids in foster home in Poland and it's director Renata Fijalkowska together with our team will prepare a special gift for you, ladies :)


Full box of books, games, gifts for kids is going tomorrow to Poland !!! We have been donated things to give it out to children in Foster Home in Poland Placówka Opiekuńczo - wychowawcza Kęty.


We will be running our workshops in there free of charge for children from POW Kęty.


Ameena , Sham , Tracy , Gloria from BWA , Dominika , Aleksandra SK, Magdalena SK Thank you for all the support.

Thank you !!!!

We celebrated The Children's Day in Poland running workshops and supporting children from foster home in Poland.


If you would like to get involved please email:

[email protected]

Bradford Women's Aid supports


Foster Care Home in Poland

We work in a partnership with foster home in Poland (Placówka Opiekuńczo - Wychowawcza w Kętach)


Our Transnational Cooperation empower children and young people. Also empower professionals and workers of volunerable sector to collaborate and share best practice across Europe, so as to improve the quality and impact of the partnership to benefit the social sector.


Our partnership includes a wide range of activities such as workshops, training courses, seminars and partnership building activities on themes relevant to sector, where we work with volunerable children and adults.



This includes:


  • tools to improve quality in international work;
  • inclusion, cultural diversity and intercultural competences;
  • European active citizenship;
  • employability and social entrepreneurship.
  • improvement of volunerable people's lives

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have become essential actors in the social field, particularly in the fight against poverty and social exclusion. They engage in regular dialogue with public authorities with a view to ensuring better implementation of EU initiatives and policies in the EU countries.


Our cooperation brings together:

EU-level NGOs and social partners in the fields of employment, social affairs and inclusion

  • - representatives of EU Institutions and other international organisations
  • - representatives of national, regional and local authorities
  • - think-tanks and foundations for issues relating to social inclusion.

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