Latest Community news & jobs Afghanistan, Southwark stands with YOU Published: 27 August 2021 As you have seen in the news, the impact the Taliban is having on the Afghan people, families, communities, and particularly women and children is devastating. As a borough, we want the Afghan community to know we stand with them. Southwark has a long history of supporting refugees, and now more than ever the Afghan community need our support. How can YOU help? There are many ways you can help and show your love and support: 💰Make a financial donation to charities: The British Red Cross have an emergency crisis appeal – Please click to donate Action Aid, Afghanistan Action appeal – Please click to donate Look up any local charities in your area 👕 Donate clothing and essential items: Care4calais drop off location in Southwark: Address: 73 Enid St, London SE16 3RA. Number: 020 7064 8444Opening times: Monday 12-7; Tuesday 12-7; Wednesday 2-9; Thursday 2-9; Friday 2-9; Saturday 12-9; Sunday 12-7 Donate to the British Red Cross 🙋🏼♀️Volunteer your time: Big national charities always need people, such as: British Red Cross Action Aid Refugee Action Red Cross Look up local small organisations that will need volunteers, such as: Refugee Council Bermondsey Refugees Southwark Refugee and Migrant Project (SRMP) Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers ✏️Write to your MP If you have any concerns or issues that you want your MP to take up. Please get in contact: Find your local MP here 💻 Use your social media platforms to spread the word Share the plight for people to donate clothes or money through your social media channels. 🏡 Offer a room in your house Refugees at Home is a UK charity which connect those with a spare room in their home to refugees and asylum seekers. THANK YOU!