Earlier this year we sent out an appeal to to enable an Afghani mother, Sara (name changed for safety reasons) and her five children to travel to Australia. They had been granted a Humanitarian Visa by the Australian Government, but the cost of travel was beyond the family’s financial means. We are delighted to report that “Sara” and her family …
The 2021-22 financial year was busy for the Rapid Response Circle (110). Our team is extremely grateful to the individuals, groups and other Circles who helped make the amazing amount of $60,000 available to support families and individual refugees and asylum seekers in urgent need over that year. Demand has continued at a fast pace in the first 4 months …
How has the environment of universities changed for girls after the rule of the Taliban? Kabul University was one of these places but in one past year it is full of depressed and hopeless students with an unclear future.
Thank you to all our donors who enable the Rapid Response Circle to assist refugees and asylum seekers with not only rent and food but also the extra things like well-fitting shoes so that they can live with dignity.
Speaker Libby Hogarth, Director and Principal Consultant of Australian Migration Options.
You are invited to come to hear from Libby as she tells of the assistance she and her colleagues are providing for refugees and asylum seekers fleeing their homelands.
Learn how God’s people are helping others and of the support provided by Burnside City Uniting Church through BCUC Cares. Stay for a coffee and a chat.
When: 1:30pm Tuesday 13 September
Where: Burnside City Uniting Church (384 Portrush Road, Tusmore)