Refugees at Home

Refugees at Home is a UK based charity aiming to connect those with a spare room in their home with asylum seekers and refugees in need of accommodation.

Please press a button if you would like to offer to host, refer a guest, become a home visitor, volunteer in another capacity or are interested and want to know more.

The number of people we have put in a bed for a night rather than leave them on a park bench or night bus:

(If you just see the word "Rows: 1", please tap on it to reveal.)


What we do

Since we started up in October 2015 we have made nearly 830 placements.

 

Many have been able to move on and find accommodation, but on an average night we have 135 placements active, involving 145 guests.


To find out more about how Refugees at Home works, please read our FAQ


When we started, we were all volunteers, but now we have two full time employees making placements, we need you to press this button more than ever


Testimonials

Here's what some of our hosts and guests have said about Refugees at Home

S, referrer

Posted on Tuesday 7th August, 2018

J would love to stay with S this weekend- he says he is a really kind man and he feels good there. Thank you so much for your flexibility, support and the vital work you do. E, Referrer

K, guest, Manchester

Posted on Tuesday 7th August, 2018

I can’t imagine how you are very nice people you and N. You managed me meet very nice (angel) lady (N) she looking after me and my family more than 3 Month. She has big heart I really appreciate her…. Thank a lot for you N Thank you Refugees At Home

N – Referrer

Posted on Friday 13th July, 2018

I wanted to say a huge thank you to H and C. Whenever M speaks about you (which is every time, I see him!), he can’t help but have a beaming smile on his face. You have been nothing both wonderful towards him, from welcoming your home to him, to making him feel as part of […]

R – Guest

Posted on Wednesday 4th July, 2018

Dear Refugees at home Thank you very much for all you have done to make sure I live a good life. I can’t imagine how my life would have been if I didn’t meet you. It’s very very difficult to settle and live in this country most especially as an asylum seeker or a refugee, but, to be […]

S – Host

Posted on Tuesday 19th June, 2018

I can understand that if there are no other men in the household that women may feel reluctant to invite a male stranger into their home, however in my experience you are getting someone who is: -very grateful to be invited into your home and will behave with impeccable manners and be eager to fit in […]

MO – Guest

Posted on Tuesday 12th June, 2018

To S (at Refugees at Home): Thank you for accepting my application and my referral, considering the high demand for hosts in London and the fact that I was fining it quite difficult to find a suitable place, you helped me find one, I really do appreciate your help. Your Scheme has also helped me to […]

Referrer

Posted on Wednesday 16th May, 2018

M was very lucky to have been hosted by your lovely family… He was in a bad situation before and you helped him out of that. I know many people who have been hosted, by lovely and kind people, but M is the one who I have seen the biggest change in, thanks to you. You […]

Host – Surrey

Posted on Wednesday 16th May, 2018

Having M to stay has been more like having a friend to stay. He’s easy going, full of interesting facts and stories and a fantastic cook. He has been a huge support and help to another refugee we host who does not know English or the UK system well – M has been able to work […]

HD – referrer

Posted on Wednesday 16th May, 2018

I have referred a few clients over to Refugees at Home.  Due to the chaotic nature of people about to be made homeless, some changed their mind when offered accommodation and turned it down.  This has been met with understanding and acceptance.  For the chap I’ve been working with recently who took up the offer of […]

S – Guest

Posted on Tuesday 8th May, 2018

“I am so grateful and appreciative for all your help and support including your understanding and kindness. I just can’t thank you enough for all what you have done for me since my first placement with C.  My greatest appreciation  and thanks to you all.” S, guest, 1.5.18

Z – Guest

Posted on Thursday 19th April, 2018

I had golden time with A and T and they looked after me as family as they are my family as well. They are best couple in the world, bless them. Thank you very much indeed for your invaluable help and support. It is been pleasure thanks a lot R , A and T. Best wishes!

B- First-time host

Posted on Monday 29th January, 2018

We want to thank you for your support over the period that we hosted our guest, and while we made plans for her to move on to council accommodation. There was, miraculously, always someone at the end of the phone with an approachable, supportive and can-do response. You put us in touch with the right agencies, […]

H- Guest

Posted on Monday 29th January, 2018

I want to say thanks alot to amazing group for help me and another refugees to build a life more stable and helping the refugees to mergering in the society and meeting with nice people . I have new friends now T, H, P and D. S and her family I feel them like my family […]

S, Guest

Posted on Friday 22nd December, 2017

Dear Refugees At Home ,   I am S, I used to stay with C, i spoke to you on the phone the other day. As you know I am staying at F¹s place and thanks to you all everything is going well.   To everyone at Refugees at Home, I would like to thank you […]

M – Guest

Posted on Thursday 14th December, 2017

I came to the UK 18 months ago as a refugee – I had to leave as my life was in danger as the authorities had discovered I had become a Christian. I was granted refugee status after a year, but the council would not house me in a hostel as they said I was not […]

M – Guest

Posted on Sunday 3rd December, 2017

Good evening, this is Matt, I just wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart, you have been truelly amazing from the very minute we spoke, I don’t know where I will be right now without your intervention! L & G are such a wonder duo and the way they totally opened their hearts […]

S – Guest

Posted on Monday 2nd October, 2017

I hope this email meets you well. This is a very special email because I am writing to inform you of how thankful, grateful I am for Refugees@Home and, you. When I look at how my life was last year and my accommodation difficulty, I mean I had literally nowhere to go and no-one to turn […]

M – Guest

Posted on Monday 18th September, 2017

Things are going very well A and P are wonderful people I am now working in a hair salon I also study English language This is all for your efforts I do not know how to thank you for this

S – Host

Posted on Sunday 6th August, 2017

My guest, who has been with us since December, is about to move into rented accommodation. A bit of a triumph really. This is what he said when we talked about his plans on his only day off work this week: “When I came to London, I spoke no English, I had no money, no friends […]

M – Guest

Posted on Friday 30th June, 2017

I’d like to thank you and express my sincere gratitude for all of the help you’ve given me. I always say words cannot express all that I wish to say to you after what you did for me. I am so overwhelmed and speechless that all I can manage to say right this minute is, thank […]

 

Media

We've been featured on the BBC TV and Radio 4, and across the press and social media

All Media Items


HuffPost – Hosting A Refugee Helped Me Find My Own Place In The World

Posted on Friday 13th July, 2018

Liz Bates is one of our fabulous hosts in Birmingham. After volunteering with refugees in Belgrade, she returned home and responded to a post on Facebook looking for spare rooms in Birmingham. Now a regular host, Liz wrote for The Huffington Post about muddling through in broken English, sharing stories and using social media to track […]


VIDEO: BBC Sunday Morning Live

Posted on Wednesday 4th July, 2018

Refugees at Home featured on BBC’s Sunday Morning Live last weekend, as guest Roudi and his hosts Vicky and Chris told their story. Roudi is from Aleppo, which has been ravaged by war. He is a doctor, attempting to begin practicing in the UK, and coming to terms with life in Greater Manchester. You can watch […]

The New York Jewish Week – Not Just Somewhere Else’s Concern

Posted on Wednesday 4th July, 2018

Refugees at Home is a UK-based charity, but sometimes news of our work spreads around the work – and this week is one of those times. One of our wonderful hosts, Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, has written for the The New York Jewish Week about hosting M, and the religious values that led to him becoming part […]


Shortlist – What it’s really like to be a male refugee living in the UK in 2018

Posted on Wednesday 4th July, 2018

Shortlist Magazine published a wonderful feature last week on life as a young, male refugee in the UK. The piece is wide-ranging, featuring stories from an Iraqi in London, Syrians in Brighton and London, and a Tibetan asylum seeker now working to help others. The article also includes a section from Refugees at Home co-founder Sara […]


Jewish Chronicle – Meet the refugees who sought sanctuary with Jewish volunteers

Posted on Monday 25th June, 2018

The Jewish Chronicle this week featured the Muslim guests with Jewish hosts that our charity has paired together. From Pinner to Acton, Jewish hosts have been a key part of Refugees at Home’s work, and here they talk about their relationship with their Muslim guests – from understanding laws about food to creating environments to pray. […]


Huffington Post – What I’ve Learned From Hosting A Refugee

Posted on Wednesday 20th June, 2018

Conservative MP Margot James, one of our wonderful hosts, read about Refugees at Home in a newspaper and wanted to get involved. A little over a year later, she has welcomed Reza*, an Iranian, into her home, and helped him find his feet as he builds a new life in the UK. You can read more […]


Forbes – True Grit: Lessons in Life from Areej Osman, Sudanese Refugee

Posted on Tuesday 12th June, 2018

Areej Osman has been both a guest, and a volunteer, for Refugees at Home. She spoke to Forbes about her experiences coming to the UK, how we helped her, and the work she now does to give back. You can read the full interview with Emma Zangs on Forbes’ website, or reproduced below…


Birkbeck teams up with Refugees at Home

Posted on Tuesday 12th June, 2018

Naureen Abubacker, coordinator of the Compass Project at Birkbeck, writes about the College’s partnership with charity Refugees at Home, which matches people with spare rooms with refugees and asylum seekers in need of a place to stay. You can read the full account on Birkbeck’s website here, or read on below


Hackney Today – 28 days later

Posted on Friday 13th April, 2018

In April Hackney Today featured Gillian Harris, one of our hosts in East London. In the piece Gillian talks about reading about the Calais Jungle and feeling the need to act, learning about Eritrean culture, and playing the role of parents in a foreign country. You can read the full article in Hackney People, out April […]


Radio Sheffield – Interview with Refugees at Home

Posted on Friday 13th April, 2018

Refugees at Home’s co-founder Sara Nathan spoke to BBC Radio Sheffield’s Kat Cowan last month about all things hosting. You can listen to the full recording below, or pass the interview on to someone who may be thinking about taking a refugee into their home…


Jewish News – Once we were strangers

Posted on Friday 13th April, 2018

The Jewish News’ Stephen Oryszczuk talks to our hosts and guests from around the UK about religion, hosting and values in this in-depth article about the Jewish community’s efforts with Refugees at Home. From a rabbi in Manchester discussing religion with a Muslim guest who had never met a Jew before, to a London-based psychologist hosting […]


Epsom Guardian – Dad runs Marathon for Refugees at Home

Posted on Sunday 8th April, 2018

Refugees at Home’s Barnaby Hopson is running the London Marathon this month to raise money for our work. And while 26.2 miles may sound like enough of a challenge to most of us, for Barnaby it’s only half the story – because he’s looking to set a new World Record, as the fastest man to run […]


VOA – Syrian Refugee Finds Home In London

Posted on Thursday 8th March, 2018

Our hosts Charles and Catherine, and their guest Ziyad, recently featured on Voice of America. Ziyad, a Syrian refugee in London has been welcomed into the home of the British couple, whose parents were refugees themselves, fleeing Nazi Germany before World War II. You can watch the video below, or on VOA’s website.


BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Posted on Thursday 8th March, 2018

Thordis at Drivetime featured Faraj, a Cambridge-based host, on their show last week. They were then joined by Refugees at Home founder Sara Nathan, to discuss hosting, life in Cambridge, and the work we do. You can listen to the 10-minute clip below.


UNHCR – From Manchester B&B to hosting a Syrian

Posted on Tuesday 27th February, 2018

Refugees At Home hosts Hamish and Tamsin were featured by UNHCR as part of their No Stranger Place series. You can read it in full here. Hamish Dunlop and his partner Tamsin Chowdry used to let out their spare room to bed-and-breakfast guests. Then, one weekend, they visited a family friend who was hosting a refugee. […]


Brixton Bugle – Local People Offer Room for Refugees

Posted on Monday 26th February, 2018

R@H’s Rachel Mantell was featured in this front-page story in Brixton’s favourite monthly paper, with a further piece inside on the wonderful work being done in south London. You can read the full stories here


Rachel Mantell shares her experience of hosting and the effect it has had on her son

Posted on Thursday 22nd February, 2018

I asked my son, Joseph, last week whether he wanted a brother or sister. He looked at me with the absolute conviction only four-year olds can muster and said, “don’t be silly Mummy, I’ve got a brother *and* a sister already” (which was news to me). The siblings he meant are a 30-year-old Syrian and a […]


Hosting Refugees Has Taught Me So Much About The Kindness Of Strangers

Posted on Monday 8th January, 2018

Sara Nathan, Co-founder of Refugees At Home writes in the Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/hosting-refugees-has-taught-me-so-much-about-the-kindness-of-strangers_uk_5a47691ee4b0b0e5a7a6a0c9 A spectator might think that hosting a destitute refugee or asylum-seeker, as we have done for over a year, would be completely one-way: that all the benefits are to the guest who gains somewhere warm and dry to sleep, the support of a […]


‘I have nightmares’: people threatened with deportation reveal what happened next

Posted on Sunday 7th January, 2018

Diane Taylor writes for the Guardian about Samim’s return from Afghanistan to his Refugees at Home hosts. You can read the full story here. Samim Bigzad Samim Bigzad and host Kavel Rafferty in Ramsgate. Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the Guardian The Home Office’s decision to ignore a high court judge’s order not to send Samim Bigzad […]


Charity Begins at Home

Posted on Friday 22nd December, 2017

Rebecca Louis, partner at Mayo Wynne Baxter solicitors, talks about her experience of hosting through Refugees at Home in Re: Magazine https://view.joomag.com/re-autumn-2017/0875737001504777158 As I write this in June it is international refugee day and the UN have announced that at the last count there were 65.5 million displaced people in the world. This includes refugees and […]


Refugees: a half-hidden alternative world

Posted on Friday 22nd December, 2017

Jonathan Wittenberg, Rabbi for the New North London Synagogue, describes his experiences with Refugees at Home, in the OECD Forum Network. “It was not until we began to host refugees in our house through Refugees at Home that I began to appreciate more deeply some of the enduring struggles so many people are forced to face. […]

Surviving 28 Days

Posted on Sunday 26th November, 2017

An excellent video highlighting the work we do and why.

Stories

Here's some of our news


Shortlisted for Community Integration Awards – Grassroots

Posted on Thursday 21st September, 2017

Refugees at Home is proud to have been shortlisted for the Community Integration Awards – Grassroots The Judges’ summary was: The scale of this project was considered to be impressive given the short time it has been operating and the few resources available. The two way relationship of host and guest clearly demonstrated the impact of […]


Naomi Bourne is Running a Marathon for Refugees at Home

Posted on Friday 21st April, 2017

Naomi Bourne, one of our hosts, has set up a Just Giving fundraising page to raise funds for R@H in the marathon. Please support both Naomi and Refugees at Home in one easy click! Thank you, Naomi!


Basil is fundraising for Refugees At Home

Posted on Tuesday 18th April, 2017

Basil Owen has started this fundraising page on JustGiving. Thank you Basil! Money raised will be used to help hosts who cannot otherwise afford it to feed their hosts or pay for their travel.


Travers Smith receive more recognition for work with us

Posted on Sunday 27th November, 2016

Travers Smith, who do so much to support us with legal advice and administration, have won another prestigious award, the Legal Week 2016 CSR/Diversity Initiative of the Year. We couldn’t manage without them and we are delighted that they get recognition for their work. Congratulations to them.


Oldest and Youngest Hosts Meet

Posted on Monday 24th October, 2016

At the first meeting of our newly formed Kingston hub, our oldest host (aged 94) meets our youngest host (aged 19). Such wonderful people.


Travers Smith’s work for Refugees at Home wins top pro bono award

Posted on Saturday 15th October, 2016

Travers Smith LLP is delighted to have won the ‘Law in the Community/Pro Bono Award’ category at the 2016 Halsbury Legal Awards for its work supporting Refugees at Home. Refugees at Home first came to Travers Smith as a group of individuals and has, with the firm’s help, become a charitable organisation that connects those with […]


The Refugees At Home team

Posted on Saturday 3rd September, 2016

… met up with prospective hosts at Cargo at the Arcola Theatre, London in July 2016. Look out for more opportunities to meet the team…  


Working Together

Posted on Saturday 3rd September, 2016

We are now full members of NACCOM – the network of hosting groups in the UK. We work with Housing Justice as part of London Hosting Network.


Surrey Hub

Posted on Saturday 3rd September, 2016

Our first “hubs” are up and running in Surrey and West London, and we are hoping to roll them out wherever we have a group of hosts in one area. This is what we are saying about them: New hosts often ask about the support they might expect from Refugees At Home. Each one of course […]

 

Newsletters

The newsletters we have sent out over the last months

Newsletter 17 – May 2018

Posted on Tuesday 8th May, 2018

Dear Hosts, Home Visitors & Supporters, We’re a REAL charity now! After months of work by our treasurer, Donna Williams and support from our lovelylawyers, Travers Smith, we got full charitable status on March 29 2018. It’s a huge relief as it makes us really established and means we can do proper fundraising as required. And […]

Newsletter 16 – February 2018

Posted on Friday 13th April, 2018

Dear Hosts, Home Visitors & Supporters, Happy Birthday to us A second birthday is a real milestone in the life of a tiny charity, so we thought we would use it to say a huge THANK YOU to those people who have ensured we have got this far and achieved so much. And it’s a fabulous […]

Hosts Newsletter 15 – December 2017

Posted on Friday 13th April, 2018

Dear Hosts, Home Visitors & Supporters, Season’s Greetings Christmas is coming and with it the challenge of holiday hosting with families gathering or leaving the country. A very jolly, warm, time, but not if you have nowhere to stay. When Ruth discovered that 63 placements were due to end in December, we were daunted, but it […]

Newsletter – November 2017

Posted on Friday 17th November, 2017

Dear Hosts & Home Visitors, We have decided you have so much in common that one newsletter will serve all of you – and there is a greater chance of me producing is slightly more often if I am only doing one! Christmas is coming… Honestly, the summer is barely over and some leaves are still […]

Hosts – June 2017

Posted on Saturday 17th June, 2017

Dear Hosts,   Refugee Week 19-25 June 2017 This is the next big event in our calendar – and we have lots going on although this year it falls at the end of Ramadan which might inhibit some of our guests taking part. R@H admin team members are at the V&A museum next Friday, the 23rd, […]

Home Visitors – June 2017

Posted on Saturday 17th June, 2017

Dear Home Visitors, Refugee Week 19-25 June 2017 This is the next big event in our calendar – and we have lots going on, although this year it falls at the end of Ramadan which might inhibit some of our guests from taking part. R@H admin team members are at the V&A museum next Friday, the […]

Supporters – June 2017

Posted on Saturday 17th June, 2017

Dear Friends, Refugee Week 19-25 June 2017 This is the next big event in our calendar – and we have lots going on. R@H admin team members are at the V&A museum next Friday, the 23rd, and at University of Westminster on the Saturday morning, plus we have given interviews that will appear on all sorts […]

Hosts – May 2017

Posted on Tuesday 9th May, 2017

Hosts Newsletter 10 – May 2017 Dear Hosts, Ramadan It’s nearly Ramadan – a very important time in many of our guests’ lives. And we found last year that many hosts really didn’t know what it was about or what they should expect or was expected of them. So I asked a Muslim member of the […]

Home Visitors – May 2017

Posted on Tuesday 9th May, 2017

Home Visitors Newsletter 10 – 8 May 2017 Dear Home Visitors, Ramadan It’s nearly Ramadan – a very important time in many of our guests’ lives. And we found last year that many of our volunteers really didn’t know what it was about. So I asked a Muslim member of the R@H Board to help explain. […]

Hosts – March 2017

Posted on Friday 31st March, 2017

Dear Hosts, To start on a high: we have charitable status! It came through, with no warning, just after we sent out the last newsletter. Apparently it was granted in December with no questions asked – which is most unusual – and then took a little while to wend its way to us. So that means […]

Home Visitors – March 2017

Posted on Friday 31st March, 2017

Dear Home Visitors, Welcome to our March – and it seems Spring – newsletter. Closure of the Winter Night Shelters Last year we were too small and new for the annual closure of the winter night shelters to impact on us at all: we hadn’t heard of them and vice versa. What a difference a year […]

Supporters – March 2017

Posted on Friday 31st March, 2017

Dear Supporters, To start on a high: we have charitable status! It came through, with no warning, just after we sent out the last newsletter. Apparently it was granted in December with no questions asked – which is most unusual – and then took a little while to wend its way to us. So that means […]

Home Visitors – Feb 2017

Posted on Wednesday 8th February, 2017

Dear Home Visitors, I know it’s rather late to wish you all a Happy New Year but life at R@H Towers has been a tad busy – which is why this newsletter is a little later than planned. Starting with A Good Read, this article by one of our hosts – indeed by one who said […]

Hosts – Feb 2017

Posted on Wednesday 1st February, 2017

Dear Home Visitors, I know it’s rather late to wish you all a Happy New Year but life at R@H Towers has been a tad busy – which is why this newsletter is a little later than planned. Starting with A Good Read, this article by one of our hosts – indeed by one who said […]

Supporters – Feb 2017

Posted on Wednesday 1st February, 2017

Dear Supporters, Starting with A Good Read: this article by one of our hosts – indeed by one who said she was only prepared to host women – appeared in The Times this weekend.  We are standing by our laptops for a flurry of host applications, and hoping that at least some Times readers live in […]

Home Visitors – Dec 2016

Posted on Wednesday 7th December, 2016

Dear Home Visitors, Our first Christmas, and our opportunity to say thank you for everything you have done for our guests throughout 2016. Actually, what you have done to help the over 160 asylum-seekers and refugees we have hosted, may be one of the best things that has happened this year. With the festive season fast […]

Hosts – Dec 2016

Posted on Thursday 1st December, 2016

Dear Hosts, Our first Christmas, and our opportunity to say thank you for everything you have done for our guests throughout 2016. Actually, what you have done to help the over 160 asylum-seekers and refugees we have hosted, may be one of the best things that has happened this year. With the festive season fast approaching, […]

Home Visitors – Nov 2016

Posted on Sunday 6th November, 2016

Dear Home Visitors, We are well on the way to winter and therefore demand for hosting is high. The odd night in a park doesn’t have the charm it might have during the summer, it’s too beastly cold. I know we have contacted many of you recently to carry out new visits or to check about […]

Hosts – Nov 2016

Posted on Tuesday 1st November, 2016

Dear Hosts, Here we are well into the autumn and, with the clocks going back, our potential guests have ever more need of your hospitality. A night or two in the park might not be the end of the world in the summer but there is a real nip in the air now and it is […]

Home Visitors – Sep 2016

Posted on Monday 5th September, 2016

Dear Home Visitors, Welcome back after the summer. We did have a slight lessening of activity in August – partly because many hosts were away. Fortunately, so were a number of referrers. But we are certainly in full swing now and have another season to add to those we are learning about in our first year: […]

Hosts – September 2016

Posted on Thursday 1st September, 2016

Dear Hosts, Welcome back after the summer. We did have a slight lessening of activity in August – partly because many of us: hosts and admin, were away.  Fortunately, so were a number of referrers. But we are certainly in full swing now. We already know to be prepared for Easter, Ramadan and August, now we […]

Home Visitors – August 2016

Posted on Thursday 4th August, 2016

Dear Home Visitors, It has been so frantically busy at Refugees At Home HQ that we have neglected you shamefully with no newsletter recently. At last, the inbox is empty so I can bring you up to date. We now have 100 Home Visitors on the books – not all active  – but many of you […]

Hosts – August 2016

Posted on Monday 1st August, 2016

Dear Hosts, We have been so busy at Refugees At Home HQ recruiting hosts and making placements that we haven’t managed to update you all recently with all that has happened. We now have over 400 hosts and potential hosts on the books who we think may be interested in hosting at some point.  94 of […]

Hosts – June 2016

Posted on Wednesday 1st June, 2016

Dear Hosts, Time for our second newsletter, now that it’s really summer. It has been a very busy month. We have made nearly 80 placements so far, which tells you a little but not the whole story. A placement could be of one person or three (though more usually the former) it could be for a […]

Home Visitors – May 2016

Posted on Monday 23rd May, 2016

Dear Home Visitors, The number of Home Visitors has grown quite fast – to 67 so far, and many of you have now done your first Home Visit. Of course, some of you have done five or six! We do still need more HVs particularly in Yorkshire, Bristol and London. Please ask your friends and colleagues… […]

Hosts – May 2016

Posted on Sunday 1st May, 2016

Dear Hosts, The Refugees At Home core team thought it about time we updated you all with where we have got to now. It’s three months since we rolled out this group to help refugees and asylum-seekers by matching them with generous hosts – you guys – for a shorter or longer period while they sort […]

Home Visitors – April 2016

Posted on Saturday 2nd April, 2016

Dear Home Visitors, The number of Home Visitors is growing rapidly: we have had about a dozen responses to a brief article I placed in Community Practitioner magazine – so a huge welcome to you all. We now have about 50 people who have volunteered to be Home Visitors with Refugees At Home. Of course, if […]

Home Visitors – March 2016

Posted on Tuesday 1st March, 2016

Dear Home Visitors, First to say a huge thank you for all you have done so far in enabling Refugees At Home to get going properly in the last month or so. Some of you have made four or more visits already but we know we have yet to ask some of you further away from […]