Other Ways To Help

SAWA – At the end of the year 2011, the youth initiative Sawa4Syria was founded as a reaction to the dire gap in fulfilling the needs of Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Sawa was among the first initiatives on the ground, encompassing a big number of students, individuals, professionals, academics, and business men, Syrian, Lebanese, and of diverse nationalities and multiple backgrounds, united by a common aim: that humanitarian relief and development is a matter of social justice, and to raise the living standards of Syrian refugees particularly, and the families in need from all nationalities more generally, to the basic standards of a dignified life.

SIRIUS.HELP – Helping save lives in the Aegean Sea. A Migration Aid International project. They can also be found on Facebook.

AVAAZ.ORG – Avaaz—meaning “voice” in several European, Middle Eastern and Asian languages—launched in 2007 with a simple democratic mission: organize citizens of all nations to close the gap between the world we have and the world most people everywhere want.

The Jungle Library – A makeshift library has been set up at the migrant camp at Calais. They need more books.

Folkestone United – A community group made up of people in the area in and around the Kent coastal town, who came together at the beginning of 2015 to celebrate diversity, and to stand together against bigotry and xenophobia.

Calais Migrant Solidarity Action From UK – Facebook group to organise aid from the UK to those stranded in Calais.