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Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Birmingham A Charity for Asylum Seekers in Birmingham

A place of welcome for Asylum Seekers and Refugees.

 

Making people welcome through the provision of

practical support, English classes, and welfare support.

 

What We Need Right Now
The Sanctuary Bulletin
Christmas 2019

Opening Times

Monday 09:00 - 4:30
Tuesday 09:00 - 4:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 4:30
Thursday 09:00 - 4:30
Friday 09:00 - 4:30
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday CLOSED

Welcome

I was a stranger and you made me welcome

                                    Matt 25:35

 

St. Chad’s Sanctuary is a voluntary project supported by many friends, including

St. Chad’s Cathedral and The Salvation Army.

 

It’s a place of welcome and hospitality for

Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Immigrants.

 

We greatly appreciate donations of food, hygiene items and clothing.

We also accept financial help as well!!!

 

Thank you, Margaret Walsh, IJS (Infant Jesus Sister)

Reg. Charity No. 1178728 

Urgent Needs for Asylum Seekers

 

~ Money!

~ Tinned tomatoes

~ Girl's clothes, aged 6 - 9 years

Suitcases and rucksacks

~ razors, shaving foam and shampoo

Please note we don't currently need baked beans or pasta!

(Updated) 13/01/2020

 

Urgent Needs for Asylum Seekers

Other ways to give:

BY CHEQUE: please make your cheque payable to "St Chad's Sanctuary" and post it to St Chad's Sanctuary, 72-74 Shadwell St, Birmingham B4 6HA.

BY BANK TRANSFER: Our account is in the name of St Chad's Sanctuary at Barclays Bank. Our account number is 13849279 and our sort code is 20-08-64

GIFT AID: If you would like to gift aid your donation, please contact us on finance@stchadssanctuary.com

Have a listen to a bit of music!

"Living in Harmony" was written, composed and performed by students at our English through Song drop-in, supported by the talented Melissa and Lizzy from Birmingham Opera. The words,collected from different students over a period of several weeks, reflect what the Sanctuary means to them... and (if you ignore the slightly shaky camera work) it is truly beautiful!