Baca supports young forced migrants who arrive as unaccompanied asylum seekers including those that have been trafficked, to rebuild their lives, integrate into a community and use their experience positively. They achieve this by providing a safe and empowering environment and through the use of a holistic and personalised approach. The issues surrounding forced migration are the heartbeat of Baca, a Registered Charity operating in Loughborough since their foundation in 2006. They are proud to have become acknowledged, both locally and nationally, as a specialist service provider characterised by passion and innovation. Their strap line of ‘Investing Hope, Shaping Futures’ is foundational to their work. It is their belief and commitment that through the investment of time, care, support, love, friendship, teaching and guidance, young lives can be positively shaped for each individual’s future.