Become a Funder

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DELIVERY WITH LOVE APPEAL Ends March 31st 2018

Accessing help and hope is impossible for many asylum seekers and refugees in Bristol due to trauma, destitution and ill health and being housed far from the services available.

Aid Box Community are hoping to buy a second hand small van with no less that three seats, with this we can assist the most vulnerable people to access our service and deliver even more donated items to people  who are rebuilding their life from scratch. 

We are about to start a woman’s group for isolated and traumatised refugee woman in Bristol. We would love to be able to collect them from their homes as many find public transport far too scary. 

Please help us raise the funds to buy, maintain, insure and run this vehicle that will bring hope and help to so many.
TOGETHER WE CAN SPREAD LOVE AND HOPE ❤️


£5, £10, £20, £100 or more, we are not fussy In return we are sending you a warm feeling in your heart ❤️

Want to donate funds to ABC?
There are two ways to contribute to ABC’s funds - either as a one-off funder or a regular sponsor. However much you’re able to give, it makes a big difference. Thank you!

On 24th April 2017, we were awarded official charity status, under registration number 1172697, enabling us to claim Gift Aid on any applicable donations. 

To sustain our work, we rely on donations from amazing people like you.

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Become a funder!
To make a one-off donation, head over to BT MY Donate

Become a sponsor!
Want to make a monthly donation to support our work? Whether you’re able to spare the price of a cup of coffee, an hour’s wages, or more, your support means we can help people in need.

To set up a monthly donation, head over to BT MY Donate

Where does the money go?
So far, donations have paid for…..

Tents, coats, sleeping bags, thermal undies, food, phone chargers, solar lights, nappies, baby milk, petrol to get vans to France, ferry crossings and much more. 

We are now concentrating on buying basic living essentials for vulnerable and destitute Refugees and Asylum seekers in Bristol who are referred via 20 different organisations and charities including the Red Cross, NHS, Social services and Bristol Refugee Rights these include basic food, sanitary items, cleaning products, stationary, hoovers and other items any human needs to live with dignity. 

Thank you