Why I volunteer for Migrant Help

When I retired last year, I didn’t feel I was ready for a life of day-time television so I sought out a range of volunteering opportunities that would give me the chance to use the skills I had acquired over the years. Read more

The client I will never forget

Anne Graham, a Victims of Slavery Support Adviser in Northern Ireland, writes the story of her client Arsinte. Read more

Networking and making friends

Rachael Tew, Community Liasion Coordinator writes about networking and making contacts within the local community of Derby. Read more

Take part in Refugee Week, 18-24 June

Here’s how you can get involved in Refugee Week 2018. Read more

I run art workshops for refugee children

Vân, the founder of Free Art, talks about how she started running art and craft workshops for children seeking asylum in the UK. Read more

Without Borders concert: How we raised money for Migrant Help

Eastbourne-based composer Clive Whitburn and the Composers Network organised a charity concert to raise money for Migrant Help. In this blog, read all about their experiences of organising a fundraising event from the idea conception to ticket sales! Read more

Success for Anti-Slavery Art Project, ‘Lilacs in Bloom’

Joy C Martindale, a contemporary visual artist based in Kent, ran participatory artmaking workshops with people supported by Migrant Help’s Victims of Slavery Support Services. She shares her reflections on the project and resulting exhibition in this blog. Read more