PDREC is a membership based organisation,... underpinned in our constitution. Because we value the qualities that members may bring to an organisation their role is underpinned in our constitution. We currently have over 100 members and we are always looking for new people to join us. Membership is free, and is open to both individuals and organisations. Membership is subject to board approval. To become a member you need to be committed to equality for all and to oppose all forms of racism and discrimination.
PDREC endeavours to provide volunteering opportunities for people who are committed to combating racism and discrimination and to equality for all. There are limited places for individuals to volunteer with us, at our offices or on the board of trustees, and there are annual events when we need specific help. If you would like to volunteer with PDREC please contact us and speak to one of our directors for an informal discussion.
If you would like to host an event (i.e. coffee morning, casual clothes day, car boot) or participate in an activity (sponsored walk or run) to raise donations for the PDREC and its work, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact us to discuss and arrange a fundraising pack and/or money tins for this purpose. If your organisation has funds set aside for charitable purposes, especially in the areas of equality & diversity, community cohesion and/or hate crime, we would love to hear from you so that we can tell you more about the range of projects that we need financial support for.Send us your contact details >>>
PDREC aim is to build a just and fair society where everyone has an equal opportunity to live, learn and learn, free from prejudice, discrimination, and racism.
We value diversity and work in partnership with individuals and organisations who are committed to anti-racism and race equality.
The Plymouth & Devon Racial Equality Council (PDREC) is a charitable company limited by guarantee (incorporated on 18 August 1999 : Company No 3827654) and registered as a charity on (10 February 2004 : Charity No 1102012).