CEDF’s activities include providing language classes to children and young people and raising awareness of the Panjabi culture and heritage. Since inception, over 2,000 pupils have benefited from attending Panjabi language classes at its learning centre in Hockley.
“CEDF was established in 2002 with the sole purpose of serving communities in the West Midlands by providing access to education services. It achieves its objectives by providing classes, human resources, access to facilities and open spaces, making grants to organisations and acting as an umbrella or resource body for other charities.
In addition, the charity provides a range of other education related activities. These include family learning and homework clubs and access to a range of health and well-being related classes.
CEDF works in partnership with local schools, universities and community organisations to make its projects accessible in other venues.”