Make a donation

Donate to us through BT MyDonateEvery 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 to maintain very low running costs. These costs have been met in full by one of our benefactors.

We are therefore able to guarantee that 100% of your donation goes directly to families in need.

Donate online

You can donate securely online through our MyDonate page here

A regular donation is a convenient way for you to make a regular gift. Regular gifts allow us to predict our future income and allow us to plan ahead accordingly. You can make a regular donation securely online through our MyDonate page here.

Donate by text

Simply text ‘RWTD12’ and the amount to 70070.

Donations can be made of £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 and there will be an opportunity for you to add Gift Aid

Donate directly

Donate direct to us using the following bank account details:

Refugee Welcome Trust – Co-operative bank

Sort code: 08-92-99

Account number: 65432105

GIFT AID – IF YOU ARE A UK TAXPAYER YOU CAN USE GIFT AID TO MAKE YOUR DONATIONS GO EVEN FURTHER BY COMPLETING A GIFT AID DECLARATION. IF YOU DO THE REFUGEE WELCOME TRUST WILL RECEIVE AND ADDITIONAL 25p FOR EVERY POUND YOU GIVE THROUGH TAX RELIEF AND AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON GIFT AID VISIT THE HMRC WEBSITE BY CLICKING HERE

Why support refugee family reunion?

For many refugees the process of getting their families to the UK can be long and problematic. The main obstacles facing people in this situation are the cost and arrangements associated with their family’s travel.

Desperate to be reunited with their families some refugees go to extreme lengths to raise the money for their family’s travel including going without food and borrowing from anyone who’ll lend it. Some are forced to bring family members over separately as they can afford it meaning children can be sent unaccompanied which can leave them vulnerable to trafficking and abuse.

Supporting refugee family reunion can help victims of persecution begin to rebuild their lives as a family unit.