Funds & Donations

Become a Funder or Donor

We strongly believe that together we can do more than we can alone. We are always looking for new partnerships and new opportunities to increase our ability to help.

Your time or a financial gift could be the defining moment in someone’s life – the difference between homelessness, destitution and exploitation or a helping hand to build a brighter future.

By partnering with us, you can help us continue to build on our experience working to get people out of crisis and into a place where we can celebrate their achievements and contributions to life in Wales.

We believe everyone deserves to be able to fulfil their full potential.



Trusts & Grants

For Trusts and Grantmakers

The Welsh Refugee Council has been empowering asylum seekers and refugees to build new futures in Wales for 30 years.

Without the support of charitable trusts and foundations we simply would not be able to provide many of the vital projects and services that asylum seekers and refugees in Wales depend on.

We want to build relationships with others who share our vision and want to support people at one of the most critical points of their lives.

If you would like to discuss the work of the Welsh Refugee Council and explore opportunities for collaboration, please contact our fundraising team.

With your support, we can create a future where asylum seekers and refugees can begin building a new life in Wales.


We empower asylum seekers and refugees to build new futures in Wales


Advice and Support Casework Assistant
30th October 2020 |

Advice and Support Casework Assistant

Are you interested in supporting asylum seekers in Wales? Do you have a passion for people? Then this role may be just right for you. We are recruiting for an Advice and Support Casework Assistant. Join the team and help make a difference. Apply here

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Seeking Sanctuary
15th October 2020 |

Seeking Sanctuary

What it really means to be an asylum seeker or refugee in the UK   As the rhetoric against asylum seekers turns to increasingly outlandish proposals for preventing them from reaching the UK (building floating walls, using nets to trap boats, shipping asylum seekers to a ‘processing centre’ on an island 4000 miles away), it …

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