West Midlands Social Action Directory

Below is the information of organisations working on social justice issues in the West Midlands:

The Peace Hub, Peace

The Peace Hub in Birmingham is a Quaker organisation that believes a just and peaceful world is possible if we work together. However, although the organisation is led to take action by their faith they’re happy to work with people of any faith (or no particular faith) who are in sympathy with their call to act for peace and justice. The Peace Hub invites people to pop in, or join in online to find out about their latest theme, and get ideas for simple actions you can take! Actions range from signing petitions and writing to your MP, to supporting peace-making efforts and sending messages of solidarity. The premise of these actions is that when we all take small actions together, it adds up to make a big difference. To find out more, visit their website.

St Chad's Sanctuary, Refugees & Asylum Seekers

St Chad’s Sanctuary is a place of welcome for those seeking asylum and refugees in the heart of Birmingham. They make people welcome through the provision of practical support, English classes, and welfare support. Volunteers are the life blood of St Chad's Sanctuary and they couldn't function without them! They are always happy to have people come and join their busy team. There are a variety of roles available from welcoming service users at the door to sorting donated clothing, from teaching English classes to fundraising, from IT support to delivering food parcels. If you are a hardworking, problem solving team player who wants to have the rewards of serving the community, then St Chad’s Sanctuary would love to hear from you. To find out more, visit their website.

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West Midlands Organisations
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