Community Care Project 

Online fundraising guide

All donations to united federation of volunteers for refugee’s action are gratefully received and 92% in every $1 donated goes directly to our frontline services for refugees and homeless young people, so that you can be sure your money is being well spent.


Only 15% of our income is from statutory sources (such as local authorities or central government) so we really value all contributions to the other 75% of our running costs.



Have you ever thought of leaving money in your will for united federation of volunteers for refugee’s action? Any gift no matter how big or small can help us to fulfil our ambitions for future generations of those we help.


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We will never ask you your intentions, it's not of our business and it's private and we will keep it that way. We will never contact you about this way of giving. It’s just one way


Other ways to help.


There are lots other ways you can help. We rely on donations of food and starter pack items. Starter packs are given to each young person moving into their first independent accommodation.                          Many new tenancies fail in the initial stages because


of a lack of financial resources that provide the basic household items that turn a house into a home. By providing these essentials, starter packs can help eliminate the ‘revolving door’ experience of many homeless young people.


Below are some ideas of what you can donate.


Being able to have a wash or shower and smell nice, even if you have no home of your own to go to is essential, especially when you are looking for a job. We hold emergency supplies but these always need topping up and we can use them in our shower facilities at the drop-in centre too.

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Bed linen 

Young people moving into their first independent accommodation with UFVRA are very short on belongings as well as money. Please see our wish list below of items we always need.                                 Single sheets, duvet covers and pillow cases give them the basics to start them off. Please note these items must be brand new in packaging to comply with fire regulations.


Non-perishable foods:


We receive generous donations at Christmas which are most welcome. However, we do like to be able to offer emergency food packages as required so these items are of value all year round.



    Below are some examples of companies who have donated food and household items,

    Australia communities flooring at Rocklea Road Industrial Estate regularly donate lots of food to united federation of volunteers for refugee action partners with food bank charities stores.

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    Volunteers at Components in Australia Brisbane held a collections

    Thank you for your kindness and support - we really appreciate it!

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    Homeless prevention work

    Invite us to Speak

    We are always keen to raise awareness of homelessness throughout Warwickshire and we do this in various ways.

    We can attend your place of work or local community group and discuss our services and how we help young people.


    School Sessions

    At UFVRA we know that prevention works best when intervention comes as early as possible that's why we can deliver homeless education to students under 16 years old to raise awareness of homelessness and other issues that young people may experience. This gives young people the opportunity to ask questions and understand how homelessness can happen and where to get help if they find themselves in this situation 



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    UFVRA Drop-In Centre.

    UFVRA Australia is open to young people Monday – Friday 10 AM -4 PM for advice or support. Young people have access to a variety of services in Drop In and can be supported in a safe and friendly environment. Find out about other locations here.

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    Refuges pre and Post Trauma project 18/11/2018