Could help pay for phone credit for a child so we can monitor their
whereabouts and they can get in touch if they are in trouble.
Could help us train an interpreter to ‘buddy’ with a child refugee when they arrive in the UK,
providing vital support as they transition to their new lives.
Could help us fight the legal case for one child.
Could give a refugee a support session with a field worker.
Could help us pay for a psychological assessment for an unaccompanied child refugee.
Could help us to locate and protect an unaccompanied child refugee in Europe.
Over 1,800 refugee children have arrived safely and legally in the UK through routes Safe Passage has helped open.
We have trained 379 legal professionals and social workers on family reunion, sharing our expertise so that even more children and families can benefit.
44,000 people have joined our Refugees Welcome campaign.
We need your support to:
• Build safe legal routes for people seeking asylum
• Identify unaccompanied minors in Europe
• Train interpreters, lawyers, governments and other non-government organisations
• Support refugee children on their arrival in the UK
Please include the following details so we can track the donation and write back to say thank you.
If you are, your donation will make an even greater difference. It won’t cost you anything, and means an extra 25% comes back to the charity. For example, a donation of £10 would turn into £12.50.
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Thank you for supporting unaccompanied minors and vulnerable adults. We could not do our work without you!
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This new Fund, established by Lord Alf Dubs, a survivor of the Kinderstansport, seeks to carry forward the legacy of efforts by the British public in 1938/9 when close to 10,000 children were brought to safety from Europe.
The support raised by this Fund will be used by Citizens UK, and where appropriate sub-granted to trusted partners, to open safe and legal routes for refugees to Britain and other destination countries. It will do this through the mix of community organising, strategic litigation, high level case work and parliamentary advocacy that has been the driver of so much of the change achieved this year. The Fund will also be used to ensure the basic needs of children are met both while their cases are progressed and during the first stages of their new lives here in Britain.