These are organisation who work with BACC  to maximise revenue generation , to create a network, share experiences and access available funding schemes to fulfill set aims and objectives.

Money Raised by Health Courage through:

People’s Health Trust believes in a world without health inequalities. We work to ensure that where you live does not unfairly reduce the length of your life, or the quality of your health. Read More.




The Matrix Standard Matrix quality standard for information advice and guidance services. The matrix Standard is the unique quality standard for organisations to assess and measure their advice and support services, which ultimately supports individuals in their choice of career. Read More.




The Advice Quality Standard (AQS) tells our clients that we offer a quality assured service. It communicates our commitment to professionalism, quality and customer care. Read More





Acts as a focal point of information for a wide range of services such as: social issues, community and living, leisure and culture, housing, jobs and careers, education etc, within Luton. Read More.





The European Social Fund (ESF) is the European Union’s main initiative for investing in jobs and skills. The 2007-2013 ESF programme will invest £4 billion in England and Gibraltar of which £2 billion is EU money from the ESF. Read More. 




TCHC Community empowerment is a project aims to empower and support 20 African Migrants and Refugees including lone parents, not in employment, education and training, and other BME’s living in Luton, Dunstable, Houghton Regis and surrounding areas. Read More.




This website provides a suite of collaborative, web-based tools that enable procurement professionals and suppliers to conduct the strategic activities of the procurement lifecycle over the internet. Read More.




The Learning Partnership (LP) works with BACC to promote collaboration in support of lifelong learning and to maximise the contribution of learning in Luton by making it a better place to live and work by for all, regardless of when, where or how people choose to learn. Read More. 



We have continued to build partnerships with various organisations including Learning partnership, Citizens Advice Bureau Luton and other organisations/agencies though our membership with Luton Advice Network (LAN) and other Local Authorities, that have considered us as a better choice to deal with particular situations. BACC’s network has grown through collaborations, workshops and training with other local agencies such as TCHC, Greenhouse Mentoring, Voluntary Works and Learning Partnership to name a few. Read More.