Multiple conflicts around the world, the current political climate and a broken, hostile asylum system mean that the problems asylum seekers and refugees are facing are more intense than ever before.
We work with refugees and asylum seekers at all stages of their journey once they have arrived in the UK. Last year we helped more than 3500 people from 72 countries, providing information, advice, support and signposting for asylum seekers, as well as practical help for those who are destitute. This included integration support once they had been granted refugee status, including ESOL classes, benefits advice, and help preparing for the job market and housing.
We are extremely grateful for the support of over 170 volunteers, many of whom have lived experience of forced migration, but running an organisation with over 40 staff across more than a dozen different services is a challenge that requires continuing effort in fundraising, especially elements of our work not covered by contracts or grants.
Please help us to help some of the most marginalise and vilified members of our community and show them a warm welcome to Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. We make sure every donation, no matter how small, goes a very long way and our service users benefit from it directly. Any amount is more than welcome, either as a one-off donation or a monthly contribution.
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Nawzad became an interpreter for us
Nawzad Mouloud came to England as an Asylum seeker in 2000. When he arrived he didn’t speak a word of…
Hussein became a full time employee of NNRF
After claiming asylum in November 2014, Hussein and his family have had a long wait, finally all being granted status…
Ghidey received an Artisan Baking scholarship
Ghidey arrived in the UK via family reunion, tragically her husband passed away shortly after. This lead to very difficult…