Last year -thanks to your generous donations- we have successfully delivered two truckloads of food items to refugees in Greece. It was a great success. People who have received your gifts were beyond the clouds. Unfortunately, the situation in Greece hasn’t improved, and people still need your support.
Make a Difference to Global Water Crisis Clean and safe water might be a common element of our lives, but there are still 1 billion people who don’t have access to this. Clean water is still one of the biggest crises of today! It’s a human’s primary need. Without it, everything becomes a risk factor: […]Read More
Millions are making dangerous journeys to seek safety in Europe. This is a global matter affecting millions who fled their home and country to seek safety elsewhere. Already facing uncertainty and insecurity over their status in the country while awaiting a decision on their asylum claim, the language barrier only adds to the traumatic experience. […]Read More
Homelessness is devastating, dangerous and isolating. An estimated 320,000 people are homeless in the UK when the most pressing issue for the homeless is just finding a meal, nutrition and quality food are a luxury that many can’t afford to even think about. They suffer from malnutrition and hunger every day. This leads to further […]Read More
An exhibition of immigration cartoons by renowned cartoonists who had to flee persecution in Turkey together with its organisers in 2016 found refuge in St James’ Benwell Church of Newcastle upon Tyne. Time to Help joined Human Rights Solidarity, GemArt, Comfrey Project and Being Woman as the organisers of the four days long exhibition. A […]READ MORE
In developing countries, a sustainable source of income is of vital importance. Considering the conditions in a developing African country, it should be anticipated that the investment has to be minimal to seek greater returns. The Egg Poultry Project addresses the problems with sustainable solutions and even provides better opportunities for individuals. First […]READ MORE
On this year’s Christmas evening, some people cannot spend their night with their families in their warm houses not only because of the pandemic that is escalating once again but because of them being compelled to flee their countries. They are the asylum seekers and refugees who we usually see for a minute on the […]READ MORE
Today I went incredible collection of cartoons exhibition in Gateshead.
It was a fantastic and deep message. @RefugeeWeek #RefugeeWeek2022
Today You Did an Amazing Job!
We are sincerely thankful to our precious volunteers, participants, donors, and supporters who believed in this noble cause and put their efforts in many ways to raise awareness of water scarcity in Africa!