Skip to content Skip to menu

Latest News

Media Enquiries

If you are a journalist and need more information about BCHA and its work, please contact Vicky Kate, Communications Manager on: 07971 653502 or email: victoriakate@bcha.org.uk

A new partnership between employability and skills provider BCHA and e-learning specialist First4Training offers unemployed people free training and a guaranteed job interview in construction.
A Dorset man has told how the help of two local organisations – BCHA and St. Mungo's- and his love for his cat - helped him escape addiction and homelessness.
Leading non-profit groups in the fight against human trafficking say that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is feeding instability and dramatically raising the risk of human trafficking in the region.
BCHA and J.P. Morgan will come together to host a programme of free International Women’s Day (IWD) 2022 activities and entertainment in Bournemouth Square this Tuesday (March 8), including yoga, poetry and inspirational music.
With International Women’s Day approaching on Tuesday 8 March, CAN wanted to mark the occasion by celebrating a charity that does so much for the women of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
You may have seen the shocking story in the media recently of the man kept in a shed for 40 years and exploited for work.
BCHA and J.P. Morgan will come together to host a programme of International Women’s Day 2022 activities in Bournemouth Square on March 8 to support a sponsored Big Sleep Out event.
The local community were provided an opportunity to find out more about the new homes planned for construction on the Marchesi House site in Weymouth.
Previously homeless man Keith has been given accommodation and training by the charitable housing association BCHA and is now applying for jobs.
Bournemouth schoolboy Cooper Baccus will plunge into the sea this month dressed as Santa Claus to fund Christmas lunches for young people at risk of homelessness.

Was this information helpful?