Real Christmas spirit: Meet those who open their homes to refugees
Leafy Surrey town opens its homes to refugees Dorking residents inspired to life-changing response to migration crisis Kristin and Peter Nevins came to Dorking from the US and piled their four children into two bedrooms so they could begin hosting refugees © Anna Gordon “If they ask, say you’re my nephew,” Constance Nash advised [...]
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This home visiting is like being part of a glorious humanitarian dating agency!
I moved at C's place on Monday. She and her family are lovely. I feel so safe and comfortable here. Am truly grateful to you for your help in bringing me to a safe shelter. Wish you and your team a wonderful festive season :-)
We've hosted since April and I'd recommend it to anyone! Guests and hosts quickly become like family and we have lots of laughs - chatting about cultural differences and cooking food for each other to try. I know if it was me in their shoes and in their country that I'd want to be helped by [...]
We host emergency guests and, in doing so, get to meet a brilliant and eclectic mix of people from all walks of life, many from unfathomable hardship. Our guests are invariably polite, grateful and interesting which means that we are able, even with our limited means, to feel like we are making a difference.
I stay with very nice family for five months in Dorking they make me feel like I am among my family they offer the most help they can and support I feel very thankful for them ,
R@H approach their task with great understanding and professionalism, so that hosting is successful and immensely rewarding as a result. We can help our guests start to find their feet, but if they were able to travel without having to spend much of their funds on it, their ability to become full members of society would [...]