together now

together now

Reuniting refugee families
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Together Now supports refugees living in the UK to reunite with family members they have been forced to leave behind whilst fleeing persecution. Many people in this situation do not have the means to fund...
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For many family members this is the first time they will have flown and most clients worry about how they will manage the journey. When we take your case you will be given a mobile...
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Every donation really counts to us. We do not receive any government or grant funding and because of this we are reliant on your donations. We are run solely by volunteers, so we are able...
Zafeera’s story
Zafeera’s story
In Sudan Zafeera studied Business Management and she's now graduated. Her husband Ibrahim worked in a greengrocers 'The same idea as Tesco, Lidl'. Apart for...
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Michael’s story
Michael’s story
Michael is a child living with carers in his home country. His mother fled to the UK and lost contact with Michael and his brother...
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Nazafarin’s story
Nazafarin’s story
I was a teacher in Iran and my husband was a mechanical engineer. I had opinions about women’s freedom an unfortunately the government didn’t like...
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Together Now Annual Report 2016-17
"I can't describe my feelings when I saw them especially my lovely daughter - she was just 5 weeks when I moved." It has been...
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Arash and Maaria
Arash and Maaria
In Iran Arash studied civil engineering and worked as a civil engineer, his wife Maaria studied computing. After changing his religion it was no longer...
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Bid and Rebuild: Charity Art Auction
Bid and Rebuild: Charity Art Auction
Supporting refugees to rebuild their lives in the UK 16th November, 2017, Venue: 2022, 20 Dale Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester   Our auction raised £2600 for...
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Massoud’s story
Massoud’s story
"I don't know which one to hug first" Massoud has been in the UK for two years - when he left Iran his wife Mina...
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Abba’s story
Abba’s story
Abba ‘s wife and son stayed behind in Khartoum when he came to seek asylum in the UK and have only been in touch over...
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“They had an enjoyable and nice trip. They are excited and love the UK. I am excited and happy to live with them.”