Unable to rent property, destitute refugees must rely on friends or family to take them in, or else spend the night on public transport or sleeping on the streets. The JRS UK ‘At Home’ hosting scheme organises short-term placements for refugees, providing a small amount of stability at an otherwise uncertain time.
As the weather gets colder, the need for safe accommodation becomes even more desperate.
On Thursday 7th October, JRS UK will be holding an evening for those who want to learn more about the ‘At Home’ hosting scheme.
The event will provide an opportunity to learn more about the project, for anybody to ask any questions they may have about hosting, and to hear from an experienced host who has welcomed several guests through ‘At Home’.
You can find out more about this here.
Fr Stan was a Jesuit priest and human rights activist who died after 7 months in an Indian prison.
Contemplating the Holy Trinity, we are helped by those who have had the faith and lived by it.
Many people cannot face the possibility of the real Jesus making a difference.
This year we are celebrating the religious conversion of St Ignatius of Loyola. Come and join us!