Care4Calais and Refugee Community Kitchen

Care4Calais and Refugee Community Kitchen

I am pleased to inform Branches and Regions of a new CWUHA initiative, which is going to see a number CWU BAME Regional Leads team up with CWUHA to assist with a project that will see the delivery of vital aid and volunteer assistance being given to some of the most vulnerable people fleeing persecution and conflict, in Northern France.

A delegation, which will also include staff from CWU Equality, Education & Development and trustees of the CWUHA are planning to travel to Calais and Dunkirk on Saturday 15th October 2022.  This is a partnership initiative and we will be working with both Care4Calais and Refugee Community Kitchen once out in France.

Our Branches and Regions have given incredibly generously in other appeals we have promoted and we would ask that you give consideration to support this excellent humanitarian initiative in taking aid and volunteers to Calais.

Donations to the CWUHA can be made directly to them via their website.

For any enquiries in relation to this matter please contact CWUHA Trustee Trish Vollans (trish.vollans@openreach.co.uk)

If you would like to donate – you can either send a cheque made payable to CWUHA (write on the back ‘Calais‘ ) to:

Carl Webb, 75 Garstang Road, Preston, PR1 1LD or via BACs to:

CWUHA Account
Unity Trust
Bank: Unity Trust
Sort Code: 608301
Acc no: 20031169

It is important to use ref: Calais

Thank you for your support in this matter.

Yours sincerely

Dave Ward
General Secretary                                      

22LTB352 Care4Calais and Refugee Community Kitchen

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