Our valuable work relies on the goodwill of donors like you. Your donation will help us make a big difference to the lives of asylum seekers and refugees, providing them with much needed support and a place to belong.
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Our response to supporting Afghans in Nottingham will be to befriend and support those arriving in the city by increasing our capacity to match befrienders with Afghans and to increase our support worker's capacity to work with them.
Support our Ukraine Appeal to be able to provide Befriending support and Assistance to refugees from Ukraine.
I am a sixth form student running for Refugee Roots which is my school house charity. My friend Will is also undertaking this challenge, supporting his house charity. For me, Refugee Roots represents an important step towards a pressing problem: improving the lives of asylum seekers and refugees in the UK.
I’m fundraising for this Charity as I want to give back to others within the community and help those who are at more of a disadvantage due to unforeseen circumstances.
My mum loved Nottingham because of it's diversity and rich culture, I also share this passion for Notts and marvel and celebrate the multiculturalism of the place I call home. Therefore, to celebrate her legacy, I will be running the Great Welsh Run marathon on 2nd April in aid of Refugee Roots. A local charity doing great work to support inclusion and those most in need in my mum's favourite city.
To support refugees in the Nottingham area as they adapt to a new life in the UK.
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Maples House at Nottingham High School have organised a 'Move-a-thon'. They are uniting in a challenge that encompasses walking, running, cycling, rowing and swimming, to collectively cover distances that mirror the journeys undertaken by individuals seeking refuge in the UK.