MEC Health Fair

This year Race Equality First have the pleasure of chairing the Minority Ethnic Communities (MEC) Health Fair which will be held on Wednesday 29th June 2022

and we would like to offer you the opportunity to sponsor this prestigious event. We are looking to raise £3000 towards the event.

The MEC Health Fair is the premier minority ethnic community engagement event in South Wales and will be held at City Hall, King Edward VII Ave, Cardiff CF10 3ND from 10am to 2pm.

We expect the MEC Health Fair to attract 300–500 people from the minority ethnic communities of South Wales.

The MEC Health Fair has an established track record of linking people from minority ethnic backgrounds with health providers and of raising awareness of the help and support available to those with health conditions. Please find attached the Evaluation Report from 2018 MEC Health Fair.

It also encourages people to take preventative measures and think about improving their lifestyle by embracing healthy eating, exercise, and other preventative measures.

At this free event, attendees will have the opportunity to visit information stalls around the theme of healthy futures, listen to expert presentations on particular health issues, and enjoy a range of therapeutic treatments.

Everyone, particularly people from minority ethnic communities, is welcome to come along to what will be a fun and informative event.

We can’t meet our goal without the help of organisations like yours. Would you consider making a donation to our event? By doing this you will help ensure that the success of this year’s fair and raise awareness of health issues (particularly relating to mental health) that affect people from minority ethnic backgrounds who can experience disproportionately higher levels of ill health.

Please find out further information on our sponsorship packages: MEC Health Fair 2022 Sponsor Presentation and MEC Health Fair 2022 – Sponsorship from and Booking Form.

Sponsors will be acknowledged in event literature and marketing materials. Their contribution will also be noted in post event reports that are sent to the Welsh Government.

We hope that you will support this extremely valuable initiative by offering sponsorship. We are looking for amounts of £100 and above.

If you would like further information, you can contact Roon Adam at roon.adam@raceequalityfirst.org.uk  or Anna Ros-Woudstra at anna.r@c3sc.org.uk.