United Colors Breda
United Colors Breda – an initiative of “world thinkers” in and around De Teruggave. Celebrating or creating something together, so as many people as possible can feel at home: that’s the idea. Whether you’ve lived in Breda for a long time, landed here by accident or just got a foothold in the areas of the Gampel, Fellenoord and Seeligkwartier. Doing something for as well as with each other, that’s what it’s about.
Living together is possible on the basis of equality. Always! Especially in a time when it can sometimes be a bit of a search for fun and security, we see it as our drive to be friendly and hospitable. We believe that only then, we can provide the best possibilities for the future of Breda.
What Do You Celebrate Today?
United Colors Breda connects locals and internationals from the neighbourhood. Online, offline and visible in the area.
Everyone in his or her own way. Based on the idea that everyone always has something to celebrate. No matter how small or big. So: what do you celebrate today?
How Do You Do (it)?
And we continue: United Colors Breda also asks the question: How Do You Do (it)?
Out of genuine interest for someone’s creativity and craftsmanship regarding their hobby, culture or profession. It provides the opportunity to encounter, wonder and come together.
Getting to know…
Get to know Breda! Imagine just arriving in a new country, in a new city, and in a new neighborhood. Where do you start to get to know the place?
Several groups of status holders have attended workshops at De Teruggave in the past few months.
International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day is all about militancy and the sense of solidarity of women around the world. Together we make an impact. Impact we create to influence the empowerment of women. Anno 2022 (still) a topical subject.
The developments on the Haagdijk have created a beautiful new part of the city. Young and old visit this busy street to enjoy the specialty shops but especially the delicious food. Soon more about the Haagdijk, or how it is also often called; the Belly of Breda…