Circle of Friends consists of a number of Circles (groups) that work in various ways to support asylum seekers and refugees
COVID 19 impacts has left many asylum seekers and refugees in Australia without any income or health support. Read more about how our Circles are responding to this emergency situation.
Circle of Friends Australia works toward creating a welcoming Australian community which responds in compassion and generosity to all who seek safety and a new life amongst us, giving them hope and friendship and assisting them to adjust and develop into contributing members of our community.
- We must do more, and better, for Afghan refugees South Australian refugee advocates are calling on the Australian Government to …Read More »
- By Trish, Rapid Response for Refugees Circle Supporting women to find employment Together with other Circles, AMES and the Vinnies …Read More »
- The St Ignatius Refugee Education Circle (Circle 106) was established in early 2002 and has operated continuously since then. The …Read More »
- We have previously posted about the difficulties faced by refugees and asylum seekers through the Covid-19 pandemic. Since then there …Read More »
- Circle of Friends Australia has been supporting Mehreen since she was moved to Adelaide from Nauru to give birth to …Read More »
Circle of Friends Australia are local community groups which support refugees and asylum-seekers living in the community, or visit those in detention. Members of each Circle are volunteers who come from a wide range of backgrounds but share a common commitment to welcoming and assisting new arrivals with the difficult process of establishing themselves in a new country, or with the challenges of detention…Read more
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Assist in welcoming new arrivals to Australia in the compassionate and generous way that we believe Australians are by: