Katherine Low Settlement
KLS's Love to Learn programme has been working with children and young people from refugee backgrounds and their families and carers since 2004.
They provide a range of services for 200+ children, young people and their families including befriending and mentoring support, advocacy and casework, a homework club and trips and activities.
They also offer ESOL language courses for refugees wanting to learn or improve their English.
Community Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers
CARAS is a community outreach charity based in Tooting. We support people of refugee and asylum-seeking background who live in South-West London.
We have a range of group activities that support people of all ages to develop their English skills, access services and opportunities, build supportive social networks and to feel welcomed. We work with individuals to make sure that people get the specific support that matches their situation no matter how complex.
An action group established by friends living in Earlsfield in response to the refugee crisis, Just Shelter provides direct aid to asylum seekers in Northern France and more locally in the UK.
We organise frequent trips to Calais and Dunkirk in Northern France delivering essential items to refugees as well as working with various partners on the ground. We also hosts events for local asylum seekers and refugees in Earlsfield.
South London Stand Up To Racism
Stand Up To Racism has co-ordinated some of the biggest anti-racist initiatives of the last two decades.
Now is an incredibly intense period for the movement against racism. The vicious hostile environment exposed by the windrush scandal, rampant institutional racism including deaths in police custody, and the ongoing refugee crisis are only some of the issues requiring urgent action.
South London Refugee Association
Each year we provide specialist advice and support to around 1500 migrants who are in crisis or at risk. For many we provide the specialist advice and accessible, holistic support they need in order to move on from crisis, destitution or homelessness and begin to build settled lives.
Care 4 Calais
Care4Calais deliver emergency aid to refugees in Calais and areas affected by the European migrant crisis, including newly arrived refugees in Home Office accommodation across the UK.
Through campaigning, we speak out against the things that are stopping people escaping war, torture and persecution in their home countries and from reaching the UK to be with family and to start a new life.
Every year thousands of child refugees arrive in Europe, almost half of them are unaccompanied and as a result are at risk of being abused and trafficked. Yet many of these children have a legal right to travel safely to a place of sanctuary. With our support they can access their rights.