Free Talk: Support for refugees and asylum seekers

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)

 

Invitation to Circle of Friends AGM

COFA members at 2018 AGM

You are invited to attend Circles of Friends Australia’s Annual General Meeting 2 – 4pm Friday 23 September 2022 at the Effective Living Centre (26 King William Rd, Wayville) Learn more about the work of each of our Circles as they present their annual reports Plus hear from our special guest speaker Ahmed Hakimi. Afternoon tea will be served afterwards. …

Free Film Event- Australian musicians and refugee awareness

Fleurieu Refugee Support Group will have their AGM with special guests and a FREE MOVIE Scattered People. 23 September from 6pm at Club Fleurieu (140-142 Main South Road) Scattered People is a  documentary (60minutes) will appeal to lovers of film and lovers of music. The film shows the power of song to share stories to connect people. It shares insights …

Appeal: Help Bring an Afghani mother and children to safety

The Family Reunion Circle (115) needs your help to enable an Afghani mother, Sara (name changed for safety reasons) and her five children to travel to Australia. They have been granted a Humanitarian Visa by the Australian Government, but the cost of travel is $30,000 which is beyond the family’s financial means. $10,000 has already been raised, leaving $20,000 to …

Letters from Kabul #2

Content warning: mention of violence, crime and terrorism My dear friend! Afghanistan is becoming hell for women. It has been more than half a year that Taliban took Afghanistan’s control. They made the situation worse day by day. On their first days, things were silent, they just brought changes in law but cities were not witnessing explosions at least. Unfortunately, …