Niger Delta oil spillages have a devastating human impact. Women with Hope, a small Birmingham charity for women caught up in the UK immigration system includes within its purposes the provision of a safe space in which women can relax, learn and reflect. A wealth of evidence testifies to the
Women with Hope is entirely volunteer led, with volunteers serving both as trustees and as day to day organisers.
Expenses incurred in volunteering are reimbursed, though during 2019 less than 10% of our total expenditure was spent on expenses and administration combined. You can therefore be assured that any donation you might make will be spent largely on service provision.
Any donation however small will be welcomed and appreciated.
We have now set up a donation system via CAF Donate which is now live. Please go to our CAF Donate page or click the Donate button below.
We are fortunate to have been supported so far by the Roughley Trust, AW60, Women for Refugee Women and the Barrow Cadbury Trust as well as a number of individuals and smaller organisations. We are extremely grateful to all our funders, large and small but none provides us with permanent or assured funding. For that reason the support of individuals and organisations is utterly vital.
The latest information about our finances are in the latest Annual Report click here to read it.
I am from Ivory Coast, in West Africa, but my nationality is not important. Immigrants or asylum seekers can be Syrian, Iranian, Somalian, American or English. An asylum seeker is just a human being who has had to flee their own country to avoid persecution, war, all sorts of difficult
Funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, in partnership with Barrow Cadbury Trust, has helped us to continue our work supporting destitute women asylum seekers and refugees. Thanks to National Lottery players for making this possible.