Most members of Bristol Refugee Rights live in poverty and we are grateful to receive good quality donations.
£5 per month pays for 1 member to have a cooked meal each week, in a safe place among friends; for 16% of our members, this is the only cooked meal they have each week.
£10 per month pays for a member to receive advocacy support with their asylum claim.
£25 per month provides support for volunteering opportunities for BRR members.
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£5 supports 1 member to volunteer at Welcome Centre for a day; volunteering helps members to feel better about themselves.
£10 pays for access to all BRR services for 1 members for 1 day.
£150 refreshments, including lunch, for members for one week.
Donating via Localgiving costs BRR around 6% of your donation, but saves us greatly because it administers the gift aid. You can give a one-off donation, or give monthly.
#GiveMe5 is Local Giving’s latest match fund initiative. They will double 1,000 x £5 donations made during a 24hr period. If you donate £5 to BRR on one of these dates via Local Giving your donation will be doubled.
Donating via Paypal is the cheapest way to give. You can give a one-off donation, or give monthly (click on the ‘make this recurring’ button). If you are a taxpayer, and want to gift aid your donation, please fill in Gift Aid Form and return to the office.
Alternatively, you can make a donation directly to our bank account—contact the office for further details.
If you’d like to set up a standing order, contact the office, and we’ll be able to help.
If you wish to make regular donations and take advantage of Gift Aid, a Charity Aid Foundation (CAF) account may be suitable for you. Go to the CAF website for more information; you will be able to get guidance on how to set up a CAF Charity Account from which regular donations can be made. If you are eligible for Gift Aid your account will be credited accordingly, enabling you to donate more to your chosen charities.
To find out more about how to support us please visit out Support Us page.
Support our crowdfunding appeal. This is why:
“For the first time I feel I can be myself as I share the friendship of others in my social group. People should know that LGBT asylum seekers are people who have been persecuted and are afraid,” PWB Member
“This group is my family. And now we are a BIG family! PWB means a lot to my life. It is where I feel confident, and where I belong.” PWB Member