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ABOUT US

Families are reunited, refugees are resettled in their new communities, returnees are integrated, and visions are restored.

The United Federation of Volunteers for Refugee Action (UFVRA) is a tiny but powerful non-profit organisation in Australia that helps asylum seekers, vulnerable immigrants, and refugees.

To put it another way, reunite children with their parents, reintegrate refugees into their new communities, and restore Australia's vision.

For more than 20 years, UFVRA - has been a champion for refugees and migrants from around the globe. Our gift of kind-hearted service has made a difference in the lives of more than 200,000 people who have sought safety in Australia live their lives in a safe home and community.

You can help us keep fighting for refugees and people seeking asylum by becoming a member, donating, volunteering or taking part in our campaigns.

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Our Community

These include our members, local governments, schools,  community groups, universities and education providers, and researchers.

Volunteering and internships

Volunteering with United Federation Of Volunteers For Refugees Action. UFVRA - Australia is a small organization. It relies on the support of dedicated volunteers to maintain our vital work. However, there are only a small.

Jobs, working with refugees in Australia

You can find on this page jobs with the United Federation Of Volunteers For Refugees Action or jobs working with refugees in Australia or people seeking asylum.

Contacting Us

As a small organization, we do not have capacity to answer all enquirers. Please start here to answer your questions:

Who We Work With?

The Australian Council For International Development is an independent national association of Australian non-government organisations working in the field of international aid and development.

 

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How we can help

Volunteer Lead

Preventing violence

Improve

Empowering New Australians

Support

Homelessness in Moorooka

NDIS

Service you want

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Refugee youth career pathway