Helping Migrants and Refugees for Over 15 Years
Humanity Concern Projects is a pan-London refugee charity, established in 2004, set up by members with lived experience of refugee background.
Our charity supports refugee/migrants, dispersed across 32 London boroughs. They include families, women, NRPF individuals, young people, and the elderly. We focus our work around 3 themes that make positive difference to vulnerable refugees/immigrants.
We are a user led organisation with many of our trustees, and volunteers having a lived experience of being refugees themselves. This informs and underpins the ethos of our approach to service delivery, which is driven with the awareness of cultural sensibilities appropriate to the needs of refugees and immigrants.
We have continued to impact the lives of communities in a direction that has seen deeper integration and positive contributions being made to society. This includes the attainment of personal aspirations being achieved by members whose transitions we have supportively navigated.
Over the years, Humanity Concern Projects has supported refugees and immigrants through a range of services and project activities. These are focused on and in response to presenting and identified needs of all age groups and gender in communities across London.
This achievement has been made possible through support from partner agencies such as Kunsaka, Afri-care, AHPN, AAF, Refugee Council, and local councils across the London boroughs where our beneficiaries are located.
Critical to our achievement has been the financial support from donations from members and well-wishers and most fundamentally, support from: The National Lottery, Comic Relief, BBC Children in Need, Barrow Cadbury, NSUN and AHPN.
Our mission as migrant support in London is to be an organisation that facilitates and provides. Outcome focused service, through partnerships and quality project activities that address the needs of refugees and immigrants, whilst always being mindful of cultural, social, and linguistic sensibilities.