Wonderful feedback from the public.

Wonderful feedback from the public.

Every day amazing volunteers and donors arrive at our warehouse. We are humbled by their big hearts and humanity. We could not do what we do without every single one of you. We do still need funds to enable us to continue our work – and more amazing people to come and work with us.

You can set up a recurring donation or make a one-off contribution here: https://care4calais.org/donate/

You can volunteer by emailing clare@care4calais.org

Below are just a few of the wonderful comments we have received:

“Thank you so much Clare and the volunteers for responding to the call to help. To the people in Calais who are suffering may the donations raised through this campaign help you on the way to recovery from the trauma you have experienced – may you find safety and homes soon so you can begin to rebuild what war has so cruelly taken away.” – Ruth

“Extreme admiration for the work you are all doing, I think it is really a fantastic effort. Thank you so much.” – Tom

“I sit here in my warm home, with more than enough to cover my survival, feeling shamed by the way our government has turned its back on the plight of decent human beings in desperate need of care.” – Sarah

“Sent with love and solidarity for the volunteers and refugees, all of whom are doing the most incredible job of living their lives. I’m so sorry that this is necessary and ashamed that our government has lost all humanity. It probably doesn’t feel like much but there are many who care deeply and are doing what they can to make change.” – Louise

“I hope this somehow makes a small difference and the people it goes to help know that we care and worry about them.” – Stuart

About Care4Calais

Care4Calais was founded by a group of volunteers with the sole aim of supporting the people of the Calais refugee camps, providing fresh meals, warm clothing, heating and important legal and medical support.

We are not politicians – we are people like you who simply believe that every human has the right to be treated in a fair and dignified way.

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