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Welcome

Now, that ‘our’ Syrian refugee family has arrived in Moreton, it’s a good time to get more involved with Home From Home

Contact Us if you’re interested in volunteering. Alternatively donate to help us to pay for the services of an interpreter and other support service while the family continue to learn English and settle into our community.

Our Aim: A New Life for a Syrian Refugee Family

Home from Home is a group of people from Moretonhampstead, in Devon, who raise money to sponsor a refugee family under the UK Government’s Home Office Community Sponsorship Scheme.

The British Government is committed to resettling 20,000 Syrian refugees by helping families who are currently living in refugee camps in the Middle East.

Although Moretonhampstead is a small town, we have a big heart.

Every year, our little community raises thousands of pounds for good causes in our local community and around the world.

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We recognise that the dream of every family – wherever they are from – is to provide a safe and secure home where they can feed themselves, educate their children and enjoy a normal family life.

Home from Home wants to help make this dream come true by supporting a refugee family or families to rebuild their lives in safety in Moretonhampstead.

We cannot stop the war in Syria. We cannot solve the refugee crisis that affects millions of our fellow human beings. But we can make a difference to one family in need.

How to support us

DONATE ONLINE RIGHT NOW via our TotalGiving page.

RAISE MONEY by hosting a fundraising event – we can help with poster designs, a listing on our website, tweets on Twitter and posts on our Facebook page

PRACTICAL HELP – our family needs help with learning English, finding a job, settling into school, and learning about the British way of life. Can you help? Get in touch.

Photography: Main Image: DFID – UK Department for International Development [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons