... to all the people who have made this possible. The big donations from CARE Jordan, UNHCR, Hilden Trust and Thistle Trust. The many many donations from individuals and the time and skills contributed by many others. If you would like to be part of this ongoing story of creativity, joy and connection, recognising the … Continue reading A big thank you!…
We launched our next fundraising campaign. You can donate here or create your own fundraising page for the campaign within Just Giving. Thank you for your support! we can't do it without you. Note that we are also accepting applications for our Active Supporter program where motivated individuals come along with us and support the project … Continue reading Fundraising for next visit
Well if our plans had worked out I would be writing this from Jordan. Alas things have not gone quite so smoothly and because of increased security we didn't get our permits from the local police in time to head out yesterday as planned. However, we won't be so easily put off! We are in discussions … Continue reading October Update
Come and join us to hear Alia Alzougbi, an award winning dynamic Syrian storyteller (stories in English) at 6.30pm and then classical music by brilliant and highly acclaimed pianist Jean-Bernard Marie. All proceeds to twinning projects in the Syrian Refugee Camp we are working with. We will update you on the project during the evening and … Continue reading Camp Fire Songs event 7 Oct 6.30pm-10.00pm
We have set up a campaign on Just Giving. Donations can be made directly on the site or you can set up your own fundraising page eg for events or the sponsored refugee experience sleepover in September. Here is the page: http://bit.ly/refugeedonate
We were delighted to receive a grant donation from this organisation for £5000 in July 2016. A major contribution to our fundraising target of £14,000 for October.
A fantastic evening at the Hill Station in Telegraph Hill was organised by Stephen Grocott and Bridget McKenzie in July 2016. Musicians ranged from teenagers to the Teenage Men and as well as performing themselves they often collaborated with each other on the spot which was a joy to see. We showed the "Are you with … Continue reading Fundraising: Pay to Play