Housing Justice Cymru runs a Wales-wide Hosting project for people with fragile immigration status. It works in partnership with local organisations. Hosts are needed in Cardiff, Newport, Swansea and Wrexham. Housing Justice Cymru works with Welsh Government in their commitment to becoming a Nation of Sanctuary. Contact: Romy Wood Email: [email protected] Website / Twitter / Facebook
We believe everyone should be entitled to live with dignity. Asylum seekers should have safe, comfortable, accommodation whilst they wait for a decision on their asylum claim. Unfortunately, this is often not the case and many people in the asylum system do not have the means to meet even the most basic of needs. As most asylum seekers are not permitted to work, they are reliant on Home Office support and accommodation. But for asylum seekers, there are many barriers to receiving the limited support they are rightly entitled to. We ensure, wherever possible, that people access this support so [...]
The Sanctuary was founded in 2008 and provides a daily drop-in service and daily activities for asylum seekers and refugees in Newport. The project is now run by the charity 'The Gap Wales', originally growing out of Bethel Community Church trust. Contact: Mark Seymour Email: [email protected] Website /Facebook
Housing Justice Cymru runs a Wales-wide Hosting project for people with fragile immigration status. ShareDydd is a hosting project run by Housing Justice Cymru in Cardiff and Newport. It works in partnership with local organisations. Housing Justice Cymru works with Welsh Government in their commitment to becoming a Nation of Sanctuary. Contact: Romy Wood Email: [email protected] Website: www.sharedydd.org Social Media: Twitter // Facebook Please note the pin on the map does not accurately reflect the location of the project.
Home4U is a volunteer-run, Registered Charity based in Cardiff offering accommodation to a small number of asylum seekers who are destitute. It works closely with Space4U, a separate Charity which is a Drop-in Centre with a variety of services for people who are asylum seekers and refugees and also prioritises support for those who are destitute. Email: [email protected] Website /Facebook / Twitter
SHARE Tawe is a project of EYST seeking to offer hospitality through accommodation, meals, welcome and solidarity to destitute asylum seekers in Swansea. . We do this through volunteers who offer a room in their home, or who support the scheme in other ways. Contact: Sophie De Marco Email: [email protected] Website