Part 1. Father of 8-month old baby risks deportation to Afghanistan

Dear Supporters Help4RefugeeChildren is raising awareness for a family we have been working closely with for two years. Maryam and her husband came to Calais to escape the terror and oppression of their own countries. One month ago Maryam’s husband, who is from Afghanistan was arrested and detained. When Maryam, who is from Iran, visited... Continue Reading →

H4RC June Trip to Calais & Dunkirk

Saturday June 3, 2017; some of our volunteers visited Calais to provide aid to the refugees who had been stranded after the Dunkirk camp burnt down. Fruits, water, toiletries, nappies and milk was distributed. Arrival packs donated by The Separated Child Foundation which contained a towel, socks and underwear, warm clothing, a waterproof kackets, gloves,... Continue Reading →

THE TWILIGHT KINGDOM

We would like to thank Steph Goodger for kindly fundraising for us. Please take a look at her powerful paintings representing the Calais Refugee Camp, otherwise known as the Jungle during the demolitions.  You can find more about the work we did in the camp during this time, by reading our report here. This collection of paintings... Continue Reading →

Visiting Dunkirk This April

We are going back to Dunkirk this April to run workshops with the children in the Children's Center and also with women in the Women's Center. During this trip, we will also be bringing 200 non-electrical lights and batteries to the Dunkirk Refugee Camp on a project made possible by a grant received from Donate4Refugees. The shelters in... Continue Reading →

March with us to show solidarity with refugees on 18/03 Refugees have had an increasingly tough time in recent months from the UK and other European Governments. From the brutal demolition of the Calais Jungle, to the broken promise of bringing 3,000 refugee children into the country, refugees are being abandoned by Britain and Europe... Continue Reading →

Enact Lord Dubs Amendment Now! #DUBSNOW Demonstration.

JOIN US! On February 8 2017, the UK Government backtracked on a pledge to take Syrian child refugees. Just hours before the final vote on the triggering of Article 50 the government quietly announced it would allow just 350 unaccompanied Syrian children to come to the UK, thousands short of the figure suggested by government... Continue Reading →

News from the children in Dunkirk

Dear Supporters Our first trip of the New Year to Dunkirk reunited us with familiar faces and introduced us to new families. For some of our volunteers it was their first visit to Dunkirk and there were clear contrasts with Calais. The shelters in Dunkirk lack any windows leaving families in complete darkness and there... Continue Reading →

Where do we go from here?

  It has been hard for those of us who care to miss any news about what has happened to the Calais camp. I’m going to focus mainly on the treatment that minors received during the demolitions which have been taking place in Calais since Monday 24; and also briefly outline the overall treatment received... Continue Reading →

Kites to Calais

Kites to Calais We are holding a Kite Event in the land that was left empty following the brutal demolitions during January in the Calais Refugee Camp. This land is currently a desolate space which is considered no man’s land. The aim of the project is to fly 300 kites to the sky; some with... Continue Reading →

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