London Churches Refugee Fund

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The London Churches Refugee Fund raises money to give small grants to organisations assisting destitute refugees and asylum-seekers.


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By mkashford, Feb 11 2018 08:39PM

The next meeting of LCRN is on the subject of overcoming the causes of destitution among refugees and asylum seekers. Speakers are Sue Lukes (Director of Migration Work at CIC) and Maris-Anne Fishwick (Legal Adviser to the Asylum Support Appeals Project).

All are welcome. 21st February, 6-8pm (refreshments from 5.30). Trinity House, Chapel Court, off Borough High Street SE1 1HW.

By mkashford, Oct 8 2017 04:49PM

Once again we are singing carols at Oxford Circus tube station, on Friday 8 December from 3.00 to 8.00 p.m.  We need singers and also people to rattle collecting tins and hand out information, so there is something for everyone.  Anyone with a portable instrument is particularly welcome! We provide carol sheets and Christmas hats.

We try to aim for three slots. 3-4.30, 4.30-6 and 6-8, but we are delighted to have you for any time you can make, even just for an hour or so.

If you can help us, or if you would like any more information, please contact raffertyrobina@gmail .com (long-standing organiser Maggie is currently on sabbatical).

By mkashford, Sep 23 2017 01:37PM

The next meeting of the London Churches Refugee Network is on October 11th and will focus on why migrants are excluded in large numbers from public support and what can be done about it.

By mkashford, Sep 20 2017 01:26PM

Announcing our annual meeting at which you can hear from, and learn more about, some of the agencies we support. Keynote speakers this year are Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham, and Stephen Hale, Director of Refugee Action. Date: Weds 15th November. Time: 6.00 for refreshments, meeting begins at 6.30. Venue: London Jesus Centre, 83 Margaret Street, London W1W 8TB

By mkashford, Apr 17 2017 09:07AM

The London Churches Refugee NETWORK (to which the Fund is associated) issued two newsletters recently with a report on its last meeting and further information. Note too the dates of their next meetings: Wednesday 21 June - continuing the theme of migrants and the Welfare State. Don Flynn, recently retired as Director of Migrants Rights Network, will be speaking, with one speaker yet to be confirmed.

Third meeting of the 2017 will be on Wednesday 11 October, not 21 Oct as previously advertised.