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How to donate

Thanks you for supporting our work. We rely entirely on grants and donations, and without the generosity of our wonderful supporters, we would not be able to undertake our crucial work to support some of the most vulnerable and marginalised people in London today. Please consider committing to a regular donation, via the buttons below. Regular donations, no matter how small, enable us to plan for the future, and offer stability to those who are so often adrift.

There are many ways to support our work:

Gifts in kind

We rely on the generosity of many committed individuals who give us gifts in kind for distribution among those most in need. We collect and distribute:

1. Give through online secure PayPal donation:

  • Dried Food
  • Packet Food
  • Tinned Food
  • Cooking Oil
  • Tea and Coffee
  • Sugar
  • Toiletries
  • Baby Items
  • Cleaning Products
  • Childrens's Books and Toys

3. Donate by cheque or bank transfer:

Click here to download our Info for Donors (pdf) document for all details of how to donate. If you have any questions, or would like to explore other ways to support us, please contact Katie Commons on katie.islingtoncentre@gmail.com

"The Centre is important to me mainly for the support I get in this place, and when I say support I mean emotional, financial, sharing ideas and community relationship." Student

Thank you! Your support enables over 170 asylum seekers and refugees every year to rebuild their lives at the heart of our community.

Here's how your donation will help:

£5 enables an asylum seeker to attend classes for one day.

£ 20 provides one emergency food grant.

£27 funds our Support Service for a one hour session solving housing, health and legal issues for our students.

£423 per month pays for an English teacher for a day a week.

Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants is a registered charity in England and Wales - Number: 1135205 - Registered as a company limited by guarantee in England & Wales - Number: 07076199.
Registered address: 16-18 Cross Street, London N1 2BG