A Community Network for Bowes Park and Bounds Green
As temperatures continue to drop and with snow covering the north of France, over 1,500 people are stuck in Calais with no running water, access to toilets or a shelter from the cold. The majority are unaccompanied teenagers and children as young as 12. They are under constant attack from the local police who regularly confiscate sleeping bags, shoes and mobile phones. The work and services that Help Refugees is providing is a lifeline for these incredibly vulnerable people.
This week donations are being collected to take to the Help Refugees Calais warehouse on Sunday 17th December 2017.
COLLECTION POINT: Muswell Hill Community Centre, Hillfield Park, N10 3QJ
(behind M&S car park, next to PureGym).
Follow this link to find the most needed items: https://helprefugees.org/calais/needs-list/
- Please arrange a drop-off time by emailing Ola Parkes: email@example.com or on WhatsApp: 07837 823337.
- Cash donations are also welcome and will be used to supplement the cost of fuel and the ferry to Calais.
- Any donation, big or small will make a difference!