We are delighted to announce that, given new government guidelines, we have resumed our full services. For info about Opening times and how to make an
appointment please click here.
Please do not come without an appointment unless it is an emergency or you have spoken to us first.
Please note that we are not
yet opening the Welcome Centre and so clients should only come for specific
advice or support.
I’m pleased to be able to share Asylum Welcome’s report on our work in 2019/20 – work in which you have played such a valuable part. We wanted to show our loyal and committed supporters how we have spent your money and what you have helped achieve, whether as a volunteer, a member, a donor or a long-term supporter.
Before the impact of Covid, we were able to directly assist about 1,500 refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants, and through them many more family members. And in the last six months, we have adapted and, in many cases, increased our work to help those most affected and in greatest need. Many long-serving volunteers and donors have stuck with us. New ones have come along when we have needed them most. The extra needs and practicalities of working safely and effectively in a Covid environment are certainly stretching all of us and costing us more.
With deep appreciation on behalf of all those we work for and with,
Asylum Welcome’s Reopening Services Information
We are delighted to announce that, given new government guidelines, we will resume full services from 15 July and our offices will begin to reopen to clients as follows:
Clients will be able to enter the office for appointments or to make them. We are sorry that we can’t operate the Welcome Centre or computer access yet. We will do so as soon as it is safe to do so.
Please come promptly for appointments arriving just ahead of time as our waiting space is limited. People will be kindly asked to leave after their meeting.
If you have any Covid symptoms or have been in contact with anyone who has, please do not come to our office and instead seek advice by phone or email.
To get further information or for general queries please call 01865 722082 or 07740108550 or email email@example.com
Food Bank: food parcels will be available to clients between 11am and 1pm on Tuesdays.
The Lord Mayor of Oxford, Cllr Craig Simmons, & Lady Mayoress, Elise Benjamin, cordially invite you to their fundraiser for the Lord Mayor's good causes: Asylum Welcome and Low Carbon Hub
SUNDAY 15 MARCH 2020
The Tree Hotel, 63 Church Way, Iffley, OX4 4EY
4.30pm - Live Music: Optional afternoon warm-up for the young at heart featuring live music from The Mighty Redox inc. special guest appearance from the Lord Mayor himself! "A force of nature, consummate professional rockers and the ultimate party band."
7.00pm - Fundraising Banquet: Sumptuous five-course Indian banquet at the award-winning Aziz Restaurant @ The Tree Hotel. "Fantastic venue, wonderful staff and stunning food." (Tripadvisor Review, January 2020)
Tickets & Further Details
Tickets for the fundraising banquet are £35 each.
The gig is free to attend but a donation of £5 is suggested.
To order tickets, visit https://www.wegottickets.com/event/497751
Dress code: Smart casual.
All proceeds from the event will go to Asylum Welcome & The Lord Mayor's Climate Change Fund. If you are unable to attend but wish to make a donation you can do so via BACS (Account Number 61173455, Sort Code 08-90-38).
If you require further details please call 01865 252414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A. Nakanishi Majora Canamus (world premiere)
Sunday 23 February 2020, 5:00pm
The Sheldonian Theatre
Free entrance with requested £10 donation in aid of Asylum Welcome
Free performance of Handel's Messiah with visiting Japanese choir of 100+ singers with the Verdandi Chamber orchestra and professional soloists from UK & Japan. Seats must be reserved in advance (cannot guarantee availability on the day).
Info and Tickets: email@example.com or at 01749672522