Volunteer, Consult with Us, Research with Us, Fundraise with Us, Get Involved. We need people in France, the UK and Greece.
We are always looking to hear from people interested in supporting our work. We are especially interested if you have language skills, you have a writing background, a legal background, experience as a refugee, fundraising enthusiasm or admin enthusiasm.
Please get in touch, we would love to hear from you, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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All work we carry out could not happen without the support, solidarity and hard work of everyone who has donated their time or money. We rely of your one off and regular donations and couldn't be more thankful.
We are truly grateful for aid from corporations. We welcome both long-term and one-off donations. If you have any questions or queries, feel free to email
We work on only on the ground with Refugees, we have no fancy head offices, or expensive salaries. We are monitored by the fundraising regulator and our audited accounts are available on the charity commission website.
Resist Apathy, Educate Yourselves and Advocate for Refugees rights.
Tell your friends, neighbours and families about the refugee situation in Europe and what that means for families, mothers, fathers, brothers sisters, grannys and grandads. Mention our work, and the work of others. Share our site. Follow us on Social Media. Help us fight for change.
The political, economic, and scientific causes of the greatest humanitarian crisis since WWII are complex, making it easy to feel overwhelmed and helpless. Resist apathy – educate yourself and others.
“One of the main humanising aspects of what these guys do is they give people the opportunity to communicate with there loved ones”
“When i arrived (in Europe) I had not spoken with my mum for more than two months…. I had no mobile phone, with laptops and wifi I could talk to my family in Sudan to let them know I am still alive”
"Wifi and access to information is vital to all, but particularly for displaced people who are isolated and vulnerable….I am glad to support this vital life- line.”
"The refugee crisis is a major battle ground for European humanity. We are losing this battle at the moment. The refugee info bus is a magnificent effort and needs your support, Support it."