Refugee Crisis Appeal
Vulnerable families urgently need your help.
After enduring years of conflict and with no hope of peace, people continue to make exhausting and dangerous journeys to Europe in search of sanctuary.
With borders across Europe now closed, thousands of refugees are stranded. They urgently need your help.
How we're helping
We’re helping refugees in Greece and Serbia, and continuing to work in the Middle East to support displaced Syrians and Iraqis.
In Greece, we’re providing essentials such as beds, mattresses and hygiene kits, to refugees stranded on the Greek Islands. In Athens, we’re providing legal protection services to unaccompanied children, and we’re providing housing support to some of the most vulnerable refugees.
In Serbia our local partner is providing humanitarian support to refugees who are unable to continue their journeys through Europe, and who are determined not to return to the countries from which they escaped.
Frightened people continue to flee Syria, Iraq and other places of conflict around the world.
Please donate to help us reach many more vulnerable families with essential support.
How can you help?
Donate - give directly to this appeal
Pray - read prayers and worship resources
Church collection - call our Belfast office on 028 9064 8133 or our Dublin office on 01 496 7040 to order resources.
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How we work in an emergency
We're based in countries affected by disasters so we can be there before, during and after an emergency to save lives and support people long term.
Through our work with local organisations in these countries, we can talk directly to the people affected to provide the most useful emergency response.
Find out more about our approach
A reflection for Refugee Week
Rev Kathryn Viner, minister of Malone Presbyterian Church in Belfast, recently visited refugee camps and refugee projects in Greece. Read her impressions and reflections from her trip.
Unwanted: The Syrian refugees in Serbia wondering what they've done wrong
Reflecting on a recent trip to Serbia, where 500 refugees continue to arrive each day, Jenny Brown calls for the UK and Europe to accept and welcome refugees who've left everything behind in search of safety.