Our partners and supporters
Lone refugee youth from BHUMP (Befriending Hillingdon Unaccompanied Minors Project) have contributed to our Arrival Packs and Sleep Packs projects as ‘Purple Packers’ and also participated in our ‘A Taste of Refuge’ evenings.
We are privileged to have a partnership with eSynergy Solutions, who provide pro bono HR, IT and marketing support to our team. eSynergy staff have also volunteered at our ‘Purple Packing’ sessions, creating Arrival Packs and Sleep Packs for separated children, and are actively fundraising for us.
The quality of the toiletries that Lush donates far exceeds any we could afford. These beautiful items give added dignity to our Arrival Packs.
Aptly named, this charity distributes items—donated by generous businesses and individuals in the UK—on the basis of humanitarian need. Our Arrival Packs project benefits from the high quality towels and clothing that Goods for Good have passed on.
Bloody Good Period
In the Arrival Packs for teenage girls who are lone refugees, we include a discrete and well-stocked ‘period pouch’ that includes packets of pads supplied by Bloody Good Period.
Knit for Peace
The network of knitters may be amateurs but they’re highly skilled. They make unique hats, scarves and jumpers that it’s a pleasure to include in Arrival Packs.
We are very grateful to all of our funders including
The Julian Manuel Charitable Foundation—in memory of Julian Manuel who are funding a new Club Class.
We are dependant on your generous donations of money and time to provide our services to the vulnerable and traumatised separated children who need our help.