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Supporting Refugees

Here are links to some of the organisations we care about and support:

NNLS Destitute Asylum Seeker’s Drop In

The Drop in supports over 450 destitute asylum seekers and their children every month. Our volunteers offer legal signposting, appointments with doctors and therapists, nutritious cooked food, nearly-new or new clothing and footwear and a welcoming, warm and friendly space. Every client also receives a supermarket voucher and travel expenses. Click here for their website.

One to One Children’s Fund

Providing one to one counselling and confidence–building group arts activities for young refugees in partnership with Barnet Refugee Service and Wac Arts. Click here for their website.

Refugees at Home

For many, getting a helping hand and somewhere to stay at a time of crisis, is all they need to get established in a new life. We match those with a spare room in their homes with refugees and asylum seekers who need a place to stay. Click here for their website.

Our Second Home

Our Second Home is a project for refugees and asylum seekers who are based in the UK and are aged between 14 and 18. Click here for their website.

JCORE

Since 1976, JCORE has worked both inside and outside the Jewish community to provide a Jewish voice on Race and Asylum issues. We work to engage the Jewish Community in social action in the wider society, focussing on race equality and justice for refugees and asylum seekers. Click here for their website.

Help Refugees

Help Refugees goes where the need is greatest. We fill the gaps and act where others won’t. Sometimes that means Search & Rescue boats. Sometimes it means providing food or safe, secure long-term housing. Since 2015, we’ve supported over 120 incredible projects and reached over one million people. Click here for their website.

Barnet Refugee Services

BRS aims to create a society that respects and values difference between people and sees this difference as an asset where refugees and asylum seekers recognise themselves and are recognised by others as human beings of equal status. Click here for their website.

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