IMG 4211

Network of Kindness - asylum seekers

We are creating a Network of Kindness – supporting new and existing projects to weave more kindness into their provision.

Liverpool is one of the main initial accommodation sites for many newly-arrived asylum seekers in the North West.

Our first Network of Kindness project facilitates a safe space, with trained volunteers available to listen to and signpost asylum seekers and vulnerable displaced people in Liverpool.

This project is being delivered in partnership with Micah Liverpool with the first cohort of kindness volunteers located at their foodbanks.

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Through this project we have developed a Places of Worship map to be used to signpost asylum seekers in central Liverpool to nearby Places of Worship.

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Get involved

This project has been developed with the Bishop of Liverpool’s Chaplain for Displaced People, UC24, Tsedaqah Missional Community, Mission in the Economy and Micah Liverpool.

To find out more about how you could get involved with this project contact Micah Liverpool