How You Can Help

DONATE – to program needing money, clothing, school supplies etc

CREATE – The Centre for Refugee Employment, Advocacy, Training and Education aims to build knowledge and understanding of how best to support people from a refugee background to rebuild their careers after leaving their home country through obtaining meaningful employment and accessing vocational training and education. The centre works closely with non-governmental and governmental organizations to develop practical solutions which support refugee integration into the workplace and the vocational and higher education sectors, as well as advocate on behalf of the refugee community to foster policy changes that support such integration.

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Salvation Army – The Salvation Army operates migrant and refugee assistance programs in each state. These offer a range of different programs including financial and material aid, personal support and access to mainstream community networks.

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SUPPORT – programs and initiatives run by asylum seekers

Tamil Feasts –a social enterprise, in conjunction with CERES, supporting recently settled asylum seekers through the celebration of food and culture. Traditional Sri-Lankan feasts (Vegetarian and Vegan options) 3x weekly at the Merri Table Café

       Click here for more information and to book

Sisterworks – a not for profit that exists to help women migrants, asylum seekers and refugees become financially independent and settled in Australia. The social enterprise creates local, ethical, handmade items which are sold online and in their Richmond and South Yarra shops.

Click here for more information and to purchase
GET INVOLVED – as a volunteer, sponsor or employer

For more information on how you can get involved in the project contact the Dignity team via email at [email protected]

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