Apache Indian named Charity Ambassador amid BAME Awards

Awards aimed at young people suffering from disabilities and their families


Include Me TOO, a national disability charity, is launching its own award ceremony aimed at celebrating BAME (black, asian and minority ethnic) communities.

The awards, known as the National Community Inspiration Awards is for BAME children and young people with disabilities as well as their families.

Include Me TOO currently works with young disabled people, providing fun workshops for those aged three to nineteen.

Apache Indian, one of Britain’s most well-known singer-songwriters and reggae DJ’s, has been named as Charity Ambassador. Apache said:

“Music brings people together. I work with many other charities especially in India. I will always support Include Me TOO. We have so much stuff planned for the future and I am honoured to be part of this team. It’s about supporting young people and making a change to their lives. We live in a time where we have to work together and come together as a community.”

Parmi Dheensa, the founder and Executive Director of Include Me TOO said:

“We are delighted to have Apache Indian as our Charity’s Ambassador as his music and personality embraces diversity celebrating the rich cultures in this country.

Include Me TOO foundations has continued to welcome more families to be part of our incredible journey. We hope the community further extends their support as our disabled children, young people and their families are supported to have a united strong voice, educating their peers and communities being empowered to take their equal place in society.

Let us support this to be a reality together and celebrate inspiring journeys and achievement at the first Include Me TOO National Community Inspiration Awards 2014.”



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