Last year 15 people peacefully stopped a secretive deportation flight from leaving. After a 10 week trial they were found guilty of a terror-related charge. Join us outside Chelmsford Crown Court on WED 6th FEB to stand in solidarity with the Stansted 15 as they face sentencing.
Rock4Refugees presents: THE PEOPLE ARE OFFENDED
We're going in hard with the Acid Techno, Drum & Bass and Breaks as we try to forget that we're leaving Europe. This time, we're supporting the following causes: Anaya Aid and Refugee Community Kitchen.
An International event observed each year by nations all across the world. It is a day that was set aside by the United Nations General assembly to devote to keeping peace, despite any differences they may have, as well as play a part in building a peace culture that will last for generations to come.
#UKCharityWeek is a campaign designed to give the people of the United Kingdom an opportunity to place awareness and fundraising for charities high on the national agenda, and at a time of the year when people are statistically at their most giving.
Swords Travel brings you Wimbledon’s first luxury travel show at which they’re brilliantly supporting Donate4Refugees. “We’ll be giving some great prizes from the raffle with all proceeds going to Donate4Refugees and Orchard Cancer Charity.” - Mark & Stuart Swords
Please join us on January 11th for a winter warmer. Expect great art, music and dancing, comfy seats and friendly faces. Tickets WON'T be available on the door so please buy in advance. All profits will be donated to Donate4Refugees.
We're having another Xmas get-together, this year on the Saturday before Christmas, to ensure our Cambridge friends and family old and new still get to see each other at least once a year, AND to raise money for CamCRAG (Cambridge Refugee Action Group) to support the excellent work they do.
Join Stand up to Racism and Care4Calais for a Trade Union solidarity aid visit to Calais. The aim is to deliver aid for the hundreds of refugees living in inhuman conditions in Calais and Dunkirk, to support refugees with your presence, continue to raise awareness in your own circles and continue to keep the pressure up on the government by demanding that MPs and Teresa May do more to provide a safe passage into the UK. You will also be helping to share stories and give refugees a voice.