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Fundraising campaign for refugee family reunion charity Together Now


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My brother and his girlfriend are fundraising for the fantastic, small, shoestring charity Together Now. Not a penny is wasted. They work on the practical end of refugee family reunion applications, funding travel costs and sometimes DNA tests and other costs.

Parents are sometimes forced to make impossible decisions about how to keep their family safe. Some are forced to leave their children behind as they flee persecution and torture.

Once they are granted the right to stay in the UK the first thought of many refugees is to reunite their family. We provide support to parents as they bring their family to join them and help to alleviate some of the practical problems faced during the transition. Your donation can speed up the process and help make sure children are not apart from their parents for any longer.

£ 100.00 – We can get cheap fares. This can pay for a baby’s flight.
£ 50.00 – This can pay departure taxes required for some countries.
£ 20.00 – Families are used to the heat.This pays for a first coat.
£ 10.00 – This could pay for the family to get to the airport.
£ 5.00 – It can be a long wait in transit this can buy a hot drink.

Source: 3 Peaks June 2017 for Together Now on MyDonate

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