THE LONDON CHINESE COMMUNITY CENTRE
The Chinese Community Challenge Cup is hosted and run by the Frank Soo Foundation. Our foundation has the aim of encouraging football in the Chinese and East Asian communities.
We are also dedicated to promoting Chinese and East Asian culture through sport and the CCC Cup is an annual charity football tournament designed to raise both money and awareness for the charities that we support.
To donate all profits from the CCC Cup events to the charities that we support.
Raise awareness and promote these charities at all events.
Raise the profile of Chinese and East Asian footballers in the industry and support them in their journey to follow Frank Soo's footsteps.
London Chinese Community Centre
Centre Manager: Phoebe Wong
Address: 2 Leicester Court, London, WC2H 7DW
Telephone: 0207 439 3822
Charity Number: 297742
The London CCC was founded in 1980 and was the first Chinese Community Centre in the United Kingdom.
The Centre’s mission is to preserve and promote Chinese culture, arts and identity, whilst helping the community to better integrate into mainstream UK community.
The Centre is one of the busiest centres for Chinese culture and its communities in Europe and has attracted several Royal visits. Their team of well-trained staff, dedicated volunteers and professional management committee members provide wide-ranging support and activities. These range from welfare and benefits support and advice to language classes, cultural and recreational activities, elderly support, a healthy eating luncheon club, youth club and fundraising events.
The Centre continually strives to meet the changing and growing demand for services and activities within this evolving community in a climate of reduced government funding. They are always looking for ways to build on this and be better at what we do.
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