2021 Annual Report

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2020 Annual Report

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Hello & Goodbye

A Big Welcome… A big WTRRP welcome to our new office manager Cat Kilgannon, who started with us on the 8th December. Cat has many years of experience working in a school as a HR administrator and will… Read More

Feeling Social?

We’re happy to let you know that we are feeling very social, and you can find us @watfordrefugees on all of your favourite social platforms. Why not tell your friends and family and help us spread the word!… Read More

Client Testimonial

“Hello Everyone, Here’s to express my profound gratitude to WTRRP team for the constant support towards my family, most especially at this difficult time in purchasing of my daughter’s school uniform. Tiara (my daughter) is more than happy to… Read More

Nappy News

In August 2019 we received money from the Watford Mayor’s Small Grant Fund, on condition that we supplied reusable nappies and wipes. Disposable nappies and wipes damage the environment – they go to landfill or get burned. Because… Read More

The price of becoming British

We exist to help people who don’t have status in this country, all with the common issue that they don’t have a home to ‘go back’ to. Home Office and legal fees to get Indefinite Leave to Remain… Read More

Feeding our community

Since 1 April teams of volunteers have packed and delivered 9,881 Kg of food in 1002 boxes plus 260 packs of disposable nappies to 105 adults and 110 children in 70 families. Every fortnight a team of 5… Read More

Did you hear what we’ve been up to?

The grants team (Grace Da Costa, Mick Hayter and Peter Howard) have been very busy during the pandemic and have managed to bring in an incredible £46,300 for the charity and its clients this year! £14,800 of that… Read More

A winter message from our Chairman

Welcome to our winter newsletter for 2020/21. In this unusual – and for many people tragic – year, WTRRP has been trying to help our clients in rather different ways from usual. Our drop-in has needed to become… Read More