• Fr. Cyril with the Kids

    A Better Tomorrow

    Nearly 60 street children are supported at the Centre with stay, meals and education taken care of.
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    Committed to the Cause

    Our staff has been dedicated to serving the needs of the community for over 40 years
  • BB Kids

    BECC Basketball

    A basketball tournament is conducted every year to raise funds for street children. Over 50 teams participate and the BECC team, which has players from the nearby community has done well recently.
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    BECC School going children

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    Chidlren, Teaching and Support Staff and Management

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BECC Basketball Tournament 2016

Greetings from Bandra East Community Centre (BECC)! BECC (http://beccindia.org )will now be conducting...read more
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BECC Celebrates 70th Independence Day

BECC celebrated 70th Independence of India on 15th August 2016  The Chief...read more
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Basketball tournament 2015 appeal

Basketball tournament 2015 appeal

We appreciate your support and request your support for this year as...read more
BECC BasketBall Tournament 2014

BECC BasketBall Tournament 2014

We are pleased to inform you that the eighth edition of our...read more

Bandra East Community Centre (BECC), established in 1974, is a registered voluntary social work organization (NGO) catering to the socio-economic development of the slums and pavement dwellers. The first major project taken up by BECC was the rehabilitation of the slum now called Siddharth Colony. BECC is surrounded by a slum population of about 1.5 million. Over the years, BECC has grown in strength both in terms of work and staff. BECC has 24 staff members and more than 20 volunteers who work tirelessly to realize its vision.

BECC conducts a number of Awareness, Educational and Developmental programs. It renders its services to all the needs irrespective of caste and creed.

We work with a single minded objective of development and up-liftment of the marginalized sections of our society. There is a constant feedback process between the governing body and the grass root level staff to meet the needs of the under privileged.