BDCA is committed to sharing our learning so we decided to create this page where people can access an archive of our various reports and publications. If you can't find what you're looking for, get in touch!
Our most recent publications
BDCA Strategic Review (2017-2020): Time For Change
As part of our Local Sustainability Project, BDCA conducted an in depth organisational review and used the findings to shape our 4 year strategic plan. The document was launched at our Annual Celebration Meeting in December 2017 and will help steer our work going forward so we can continue breaking down barriers, bringing people together and building people up.
2018 Annual Impact Report
This document showcases the amazing ways that our team has been working together to change lives and transform our community over the past year. We hope you will enjoy reading through the recent project highlights, testimonies from our users, financial summary and monitoring data collected across the organisation throughout 2018.
Click on the images below to view our previous years' Annual Reports
Our Community Newsletters
Issue 12 of our community newsletter was published on 2nd February 2019. Click on the image to read about: our free sports activities, new cafe catering company, ways to help the homeless this winter, new volunteering opportunities, highlights from the festive period, key charity achievements over past year and a gallery of recent photos from across BDCA's projects.
Our Policies and Procedures
Our trustees are in the middle of reviewing our many policy documents. Click on the links below to download a sample of our recently refreshed ones:
Community Consultation Report 2018
BDCA conduct in-depth community consultations every 2 years, primarily via online questionnaire. The aim was to gain insight into changing local needs and give local people a chance to shape our future service delivery.
Click here to read the survey findings summary.
Evaluation of New Day Project Impact
BDCA invited local capacity building charity Compost London to conduct an external evalutaion of our New Day Project support centre for rough sleepers in the London Borough of Newham.
Click here to read their report published January 2019.
Evaluation of Elders Project Impact
BDCA invited local capacity building charity Compost London to conduct an external evaluation of our Elders Project programme of activities and service for Over 50s in the London Borough of Newham.
Click here to read their report published February 2018.