12 May 2021
Click here to read Wycombe Refugee Partnership's May newsletter. Here you can find out the latest updates from our charity. You can also read about our partnership initiatives to help families with access to food and cooked meals during Ramadan. We also share an invitation to join the Marlow Refugee Action ON THE MOVE challenge.
Hello to Wycombe Refugee Partnership’s new Admin
4 May 2021
I am excited to be joining Wycombe Refugee Partnership and hope to carry on the great work Hannah has done. I am also keen to bring my own knowledge and experience to this role. With my experience of working in the admin sector for two international corporations for more than seven years I would like to contribute to the administrative part of WRP and help create effective and safe ways of working for all volunteers and individuals supported by the charity. My academic background includes Political Science and German and Arabic Language and I am sure I will be able to bring in my knowledge into the everyday activities of WRP.
Since summer 2020, I have been very active as a volunteer in Buckinghamshire, primarily at the Wycombe Food Hub, where I led the establishment of the community bazaar.
Beside the Food Hub, I have been working as a befriender and support worker with vulnerable individuals with the Oxford based charity Sanctuary Hosting and the Slough Council initiative Building Futures Together.
For a period, I was also a German language tutor, teaching adults in a language school in Bratislava and also organizing language conversation clubs for my colleagues at work.
In my free time, I enjoy cooking and baking, going into nature and playing football.
I hope to learn a lot from working with this fabulous charity and thank you all for welcoming me to the team. If you would like to reach out to me, you can email me on email@example.com.
I am very much looking forward to meeting you all in person soon.
19 February 2021
Click here to read Wycombe Refugee Partnership's February newsletter. Here we look back on the kindness of the community over the Christmas period, and hear from one of our ESOL volunteers about his experience. There is also news about initiatives to help families with access to devices, WiFi, and weekly shopping.
28 August 2020
Click here to read a heart-warming thank you letter from the 21st family that Wycombe Refugee Partnership supported. In this letter, the family details their experience before and after they arrived to High Wycombe. They say: 'Only God knows what could have happened if WRP did not come to our help. WRP provided us not just a house and emergency cash, but every possible support with everything we needed during our stay in High Wycombe'.
READ OUR ANNUAL REPORT
19 August 2020
Click here to read Wycombe Refugee Partnership's annual report from 2018-2019. Here you will be able to find out about all of the amazing work that the charity has been doing to support and empower refugees over the year. You will also be able to read about how we have improved our operations to improve the experience of our volunteers.
3rd July 2020
Click here to read Wycombe Refugee Partnership's July newsletter. Here you will find information on how the community has come together to support asylum seekers and refugees in High Wycombe. You will also be read updates on the families supported by the charity and about one of our volunteer's experiences.
Click here to read Wycombe Refugee Partnership's April newsletter. Here you will find out about how we moved our 20th family into their new long-term home and welcomed our 21st family to High Wycombe. You will also find information on how we are supporting our families through the Covid-19 crisis. Additionally, a new project has been set up to provide emergency support to asylum seekers and refugees in High Wycombe, in light of extra requests we have been receiving due to this crisis.
23rd April 2020
Click here to read Wycombe Refugee Partnership's February newsletter. Here you will find information on Imad's Syrian Kitchen falafel event. You will also be read updates on the families supported by the charity and about one of our volunteer's experiences.
18th February 2020
IMAD'S SYRIAN KITCHEN
On the 26th October 2019, Imad Alarnab, who was one of the first refugees that we resettled and supported, returned to
High Wycombe to cater for a dinner event at All Saints Church. Over 40 people attended to eat a delicious three course Syrian meal with 12 different sharing dishes. Imad also gave a speech about his journey and his appreciation of the support that he received from the community of High Wycombe. We raised £880 that will be shared equally between
Wycombe Refugee Partnership and All Saints Church. Thank you to everyone who came along and got involved!
Click here to read more about Imad.