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Fundraise

Organising a fundraising event is a great way to make a real difference in the lives of vulnerable refugees, while also raising awareness of the issues they face. It can be a lot of fun too! Could you help fund vital services such as a support group, training befrienders for newly arrived refugees or providing a food parcel for someone with nothing? Recently our supporters have raised money through events such as a coffee morning with friends, a church talk & collection,  a sponsored bike ride, a sponsored head shave and by organising a fundraising concert. If you would like to support refugees through fundraising, we can help you through each stage, from publicity for your event, setting up a My Donate page for sponsorship, and providing a fundraising pack. For more details, contact Karen Lawson who will be pleased to hear from you.

Donate

Your donations go towards supporting refugees and asylum seekers in Suffolk.

All donations help fund our services, such as drop-in advice sessions, English classes and Female Genital Mutilation awareness project.

You can find out more about our services under the ‘what we do’ tab on the menu. If you’d like to donate, you can do so securely using BT’s ‘mydonate’ by clicking on the button below.

I want to donate.

Become a member

As a member you will receive regular updates on the work of SRS via our newsletter. You will also be invited to various events throughout the year including our Annual General Meeting.

The size of our membership helps us when we are negotiating on behalf of our clients, and also when we are applying for funding. By becoming a member you will add strength to the organisation and help us to continue our important work.

Find out more about membership here.

Volunteer

Our volunteers are the vital cogs that keep us operating smoothly. We currently have volunteers helping in all of our groups and services.

We are currently seeking volunteers to help out with English teaching, fundraising, our International Women’s Group and Syrian resettlement programme.

You can find out more by visiting our volunteering page.