HELP US! –Recycling for Good Causes

We have teamed up with Recycling for Good Causes to raise fund through recycling. We can get back 75% of the proceeds. Come and see if you can make any donations and give us a hand!

[Welfare Benefit ] Claiming Discretionary Housing Payments

Being affected by the welfare reform and the introduction of benefit cap, CIAC has recently received more enquiries about the housing costs which cannot be covered by government benefits. The clients with this issue were advised to check… Read More

[Women Support Project] A New Funding Round Starts from April 2017

Chinese Information and Advice Centre (CIAC) is the only frontline Chinese charity providing support and advocacy in the area of violence against women and girls. We are a part of a multilingual project, which is called ASCENT (please… Read More

Kick-it Project

Please be advised that CIAC no longer provides this service from 1st April 2017. Please consult your GP if you are interested to know more about your local stop smoking services, thank you!

CIAC WOMAN VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2017

Nominations are now open to honour an outstanding woman whose volunteer work and effort has positive impact on the Chinese community. This is your chance to nominate someone you know, whom we would like to share their remarkable… Read More

Nominations are now open

  ENG & CHN Woman Volunteer of the Year Award 2017 nomination

Leicester Square Association Meeting

Date: Wednesday 5th APRIL 2017 Time: 3.00 pm Venue: The Chinese Community Centre, 2 Leicester Court, London, WC2H 7DW

Happy Chinese New Year!

Have a fruitful and meaningful Rooster Year!

Leicester Square Association Meeting

Date: Wednesday 1st February 2017 Time: 3.00 pm Venue: The Chinese Community Centre, 2 Leicester Court, London, WC2H 7DW

The Pagoda, as one of landmarks in Chinatown, was demolished

chinatown pagoda

One of the Chinatown landmarks, Pagoda, was demolished last week. Many Chinese who live in London felt upset when they heard the news. The Pagoda was built in the 80’s last century. A Yangzhou garden designer was invited to… Read More