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. 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 to maintain...
Iman’s story
Iman’s story
"We met each other in Thailand and we got married in 2015. I converted to Christianity from Islam, this is an offence in Iran and...
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Mariatu’s story
Mariatu’s story
Mariatu lives with her three young children in London. Her three oldest children, now in their late teens, remained in her home country as she...
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Bid and Rebuild 2019
Bid and Rebuild 2019
In March 2019 we're hosting our second art auction  in Manchester with the Survivors of Torture Fund. Bid and Rebuild: an auction of contemporary art...
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Rada’s Story
Rada’s Story
In their home country Rada and Mimi worked in a shop. Rada also trained up other staff and drove lorries. They got engaged in 2014...
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Together Now Annual Report 2017-18
I wish to be with my family as others have the right to live with their family – in safety and security. This year we...
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Ahmed and Halima
Ahmed and Halima
Childhood sweethearts Ahmed and Halima were apart for five years after they were married. Thanks to a Miles4Migrant’s donor they are now reunited in the...
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Ibrahim’s story
Ibrahim’s story
Ibrahim’s family are being harassed by security forces in their home country. His father was seriously injured in one attack and is being cared for...
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Iman’s story
Iman’s story
Iman first saw his wife at a party and wanted to speak to her. Their fathers arranged their first visit; ‘I fell in love with...
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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.”