Arrival and Life After: Refuge Worldwide x Sea-Eye present an evening of solidarity
A directory of non-profit organisations we support
Here you can find a list of the non-profit organisations that Refuge Worldwide has supported over the last five years.
In addition to assisting their community projects through our fundraising events, we would like to amplify their work by encouraging you to follow them individually.
Community centre offering empowerment and leisure facilities for girls and young women in Neukölln.
An outreach centre and safe house for women and children escaping domestic violence. At Frauenzimmer you can find support with returning to work, children's education, residency permits and much more.
Empowerment project offering cycling lessons, multilingual traffic lessons and bike repair basics, for women and girls.
IWS is a feminist, anti-racist political group in Berlin with migrant and refugee women and non-migrant women as members. They fight patriarchy and document everyday violence, racism, sexism and all kinds of discrimination.
A Wedding-based community, support and action centre. The aequa community share a vision of an equitable society in which every person can thrive. Aequa exists to build and support movements that meet people’s material and emotional needs. They do this through collective education and by creating alternative support systems based on interpersonal exchange.
Since 2013 Berliner Obdachlosenhilfe (Berlin Homeless Aid) have been helping people on the streets of Berlin. Their weekly tours around the city provide people with clothing, food and warm drinks. They are a vital service.
The Open Music School is a free, volunteer-powered, knowledge-sharing community. It creates spaces that are open to anyone, in which participants can develop real relationships that break isolation, cross cultures, encourage self-expression and inspire community engagement.
Solizimmer eV finances apartments for refugees and migrants who are denied the right to suitable living space.
An initiative of refugee women who came together in Brandenburg in 2002 to fight for their rights. 'Women in Exile & Friends' is an extended group in which solidarity activists without a refugee background can also join. Together they bring refugee policy demands to the public from a feminist perspective, including campaigning for the closure of all refugee detention camps.
The Neukölln Alliance works to oppose the discrimination of individuals or social groups based on their ethnic origin, gender, religion or belief or sexual identity.
International & UK-based organisations:
MSF provides urgent and emergency assistance to migrants and refugees attempting the life-threatening Mediterranean crossing.
campaign for political change, raising awareness about issues that affect refugees; and we work closely with local communities and organisations.
PAIH runs an Emergency Hardship Fund for those in greatest need and provides free shelter for destitute refugees and their families.
220,000 children in Scotland are affected by poverty, going without essentials or living in homes which are cold or damp. Save The Children are fighting to ensure no child is born without a chance.
Founded in 1987, Caring In Bristol works hard on creating a city empowered to solve homelessness. CIB are about working in imaginative and creative ways with people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness, and involving the community to bring about sustainable and permanent change in Bristol and beyond.