United to Assist Refugees UK

Registered charity number 1169738

Please support our trip to Athens!

We are 71% towards our target for our aid trip to the Hope Cafe in Athens, leaving this Sunday. Please spread the word to people you know who might be interested in supporting us help as much as we can.

Pallet being sent to Hope Café this week

Want to see what the next pallet has onboard? on way to Hope café this week.


Opening times w/c 21st February 2017: (plus this Sunday!)

Sunday 19th Feb 11am-1pm
Tuesday 21st Feb 11.30am-2.30pm
Weds 22nd Feb 10.30am – 12.30pm
Weds 22nd Feb 7-9pm

Opening times w/c 21st February

Opening times w/c 21st February 2017:
Tuesday 21st Feb 11.30am-2.30pm
Weds 22nd Feb 7-9pm

Aid trip to Athens to help refugees. We leave on 26th Feb

Ann and I (Jane) leave for Athens on 26th February to take as much aid as we can carry and to buy as much as we can out there.
I’d also like to take a lot of fabric for the women’s craft and making co-operative.


I’d like to buy food for the families living in the refugee squats and to buy stuff for the kids where we can.


Please, please help us share this and about UAREUK here is our fb page:


I am also running the Liverpool marathon in May for the cause as #ISTANDWITHREFUGEES – will you?

Valentines family event for UAREUK – families, food & fun

Family Valentines Event. Near Chester CH1 6EN. We have a small first batch of our UAREUK ‘Love & Light’ candles. feb-2017-valetines

Reduced opening hours w/c 6th February

Opening times w/c 6th February 2017:
Wednesday 8th February 10.30am-12.30pm

New way to donate to us – with GIFT AID so 25% extra!

Have you seen that our BT donate site is live now that we are a charity?


It doesn’t take a penny in fees from us and they sort the giftaid out too so we get 25% extra!

Please spread the word, or you can now set up your own fundraisers for us on there if you want to do a sponsored something for refugee children, babies, mums and families xx

Happy news from the Hope Café

Nice to get a video that makes you cry for something happy instead of so many sad things. Two little kids and their parents got a travel cot today from Kerrie Moor at the Hope Café. And they got it put up and the little boy is doing little roly polies over it onto his parents’ bed and giggling as is his little sister and his mum.
So lovely to hear laughter and see them having just fun like kids do.

It also drives home to me how some people when donating say ‘ oh it’s not much’ and similar things. Well it might be say a travel cot you don’t need but you have made someone’s day donating it, and the same for so many other donations too.

And because it’s all good quality stuff and well looked after it is lovely a parent can give something to their kids that shows the donor cared about them and understands how it feels to just want to look after your kids and protect them.

I’ve seen more photos of more families today there getting our donations and donations from other groups and it is really making a difference to those it goes to. It’s a symbol of unity and solidarity.

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