We rely entirely on volunteers to provide all the charity’s services.
The number of individuals and families we support increased from 10 in 2010 to 83 in 2017, so we’re always looking for new volunteers to join us.
Our volunteers support refugees and asylum seekers in our community by:
Volunteer training is a priority. In addition to providing access to essential courses such as vulnerable adult and child safeguarding, we hold two volunteers’ evenings each year, giving volunteers the opportunity to share experiences and learn more about the issues and challenges facing refugees and asylum seekers. All volunteers are given a copy of our ‘Volunteers’ handbook’ which describes our processes and procedures.