Funders and Supporters

Supporting our work in counselling and advice and advocacy services to improve mental health, promote social inclusion and empower the people we work with - building stronger and more inclusive communities.

Supporting our work across all our services to improve the emotional and mental well-being of refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants.

Supporting our work with refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants in Oxfordshire to help combat discrimination, advance equal opportunities and foster good relations within the community by providing practical, social and psychological support.

 

Oxford City Council are supporting our volunteering and mentoring programme for refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants. 

Supporting our work with young men to improve mental and emotional well-being, including counselling support, a weekly football group, and an experimental new project looking at different approaches to engagement.

The People's Postcode Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. They are supporting our in-house Citizens Advice service for our most vulnerable clients.

Supporting our in-school counselling service for young refugees, asylum seekers and migrants at Oxford Spires Academy.

Supporting victims of serious crime to access specialist counselling. 

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Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group​

Supporting our specialist counselling and psychotherapy service for refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants in Oxfordshire.

Further, we are supported by a number of other trusts and foundations and individual donors which enable us to continue the work.

Call: 01865 403280    |     Email: info@refugeeresource.org

To relieve distress, improve well-being and facilitate the integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Oxfordshire, by providing psychological, social and practical support.

Contact us

For more information about Refugee Resource:

Accessing our services​

Referral form (by organisation) 

 

Referral form (by individual)

Volunteer form

 

Bursary form​ 

Safeguarding

If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact OSCB, if about a child, and OSAB, if about an adult.

You can support our work by donating through Everyclick Donations:

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