Donating to Support Afghan Refugees
Thank you for your interest in our Afghan help appeal – helping Afghan families in Hampshire
We would like to give a huge thanks to all those that let us know what they were able to provide in terms of items and services to support the current Afghan Resettlement programme and we wanted to keep you updated on the current situation.
We have received an overwhelming amount of support in donations, your generosity has been amazing to see. The support provided doesn’t go unnoticed and is greatly appreciated. Currently, we are unable to accept anymore donations being dropped off at our Orchard building due to a lack of space and storage. If this changes, we shall provide another update confirming this. Equally, if we receive any updates regarding additional support required for the resettlement programme, we will also let you know.
Is there any other way I can help?
We may also need your support with services you can provide to help the refugees with settling in. This includes Befriending or companionship, conversational English, and more.
What specialist services can you provide? We may also need more specialist support to help the refugees, including mental health services, physical health and wellbeing, and translation and interpreting.
This can also be found on the form linked above. Please click: EXPRESS YOUR SUPPORT
If there are any other ways you can help that are not listed, please let us know by filling in the last question on the form.
Can I donate money to help?
All cash donations are hugely appreciated. We are actively building a support fund to enable us to quickly purchase essential items of need. Any surplus funds raised shall be donated to other good causes within the borough who support vulnerable residents. Please follow the link to our CAF Donate Page to make a donation: https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/18047
If we need any of the goods or services you’ve offered, we shall contact you directly in due course. This might take some time and we appreciate your patience. The huge levels of goodwill shown by local residents has meant that we are no longer taking in new donations – we cannot stock the shelves fast enough!