Home4U welcomes and empowers people seeking asylum
who are now without any means of support
and are not permitted to work.
Temporary accommodation with Home4U
provides respite from destitution
and can restore health and well-being, dignity and hope.
It encourages individuals to explore the
limited choices available to them.
Helping to broaden public awareness of the situation
about this relatively small group of migrants,
Home4U will support other action,
as well as Campaigns that challenge
the issues creating this situation.
WE ARE RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS!
Key Workers are fundamental to Home4U. Key Workers are allocated to one resident and will work closely with them to help them navigate Cardiff, access services and pursue their asylum claim by engaging with lawyers. If you are passionate about helping people seeking asylum, join our team!
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer time: 2-4 hours per week
Arriving in the UK does not mean people are safe
After fleeing war or persecution, forced to leave their home and make dangerous journeys, people
seeking asylum in the UK can experience isolation, destitution and long periods stuck in limbo.
The asylum system can have detrimental affects on mental health, confidence and can prevent people
from moving on with their lives. Together With Refugees is a new Coalition, with over 200
organisations joining as members, calls for a kinder and fairer approach to the asylum system.
Find out more here: Join the coalition – Together With Refugees and advocate for asylum rights!
Find out about what Home4U does.
Facts about Asylum
People who are seeking asylum face many negative stereotypes and myths. Find out the truth about asylum in the UK!
Support Campaigns led by Refugee Action
Refugee Action is a national organisation that advocates for Refugee and Asylum Seeker rights in the UK. Support their campaign efforts to help make the UK a safer and more welcoming place for all.
For resident referrals or to enquire about volunteering:
For strategic, partnership and funding enquiries:
For media and general enquiries:
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