Our values are RESPECT EQUALITY TOGETHERNESS
Our objectives are to involve Africans and other minority groups to become active participant in the local community through various programmes and events.Learn more
Laois Africa Support Group is an Irish non-governmental and voluntary organisation in Laois, set up by Bolaji Adeyanju.
Our 4 main objectives are:
- To facilitate programmes that link the Irish culture with the African culture, heritage and diversity in Ireland.
- To work with government, non-government bodies, and other minority groups to help access programmes that promotes equal opportunities for the African and migrant communities in Laois.
- Create and involve the African and migrant communities in various programmes that promotes integration into the wider community.
- Facilitate community dialogues and participation with other groups.
If you like what we do and would like to make a donation we would greatly appreciate it. We are also happy for constructive criticism and we believe everyone can make us better including you.Thank you for your Donation.
Create a well-integrated and inclusive community where everyone is accepted, respected, treated fairly and welcomed.
To work with other organisation and community groups to identify, coordinate and facilitate programmes that promote integration.
Laois Culture Night
Gele & Makeup Training Course
Laois/Carlow Virtual Africa Day (June 14th-19th)
Join us in this year Celebration by sending us a video/images of you showcasing culture and Heritage in any form through dance, music, art and craft, poetry, spoken word, storytelling, clothing and beading, virtual stalls, virtual workshop etc…Read more
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“This weekend Ava and I went to Portlaoise for the day to attend Laois Africa day flagship celebration which took place in the Kavanagh Park. This annual event in Portlaoise is a free family friendly event . Africa Day is a celebration of the continents unity and is the annual commemoration of the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity on May 25, 1963. It is celebrated in various African countries, as well as around the world.
Overall the event is a really great family day out with lots of family-focused activities, including children’s games. It was very accessible with
We had a super day and will definitely be back next year for Africa Day 2019!
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“This was a great family experience and one every family should part take in. A great day out lots to see and do every child should have this experience.”
“Opinion: I was a vulnerable girl when I came to Ireland, and I’m forever grateful to the loving friends I met through Africa Day.”
“i would like to thank you guys to visit us in hazel hotel, really it was nice to meet such a persons like you all was awesome and supportive ❤”