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Migrate Art,

MeWe360,

13 Soho Square,

London,

W1D 3QF

We love to hear from you, so drop us a line if you are interested in contributing, collaborating or finding out more:

info@migrateart.com

+44 (0)7891 847 130

Migrate Art is a restricted fund under the auspices of Prism the Gift Fund (Charity Number 1099682) 

© Copyright- Migrate Art

How We Work

1. Artists donate artworks to us

2. We sell these artworks at auction or to our network of private clients

3. We send all profits to our charity partners to help fund their integral work

Who We Support

Migrate charity partner Refuaid
Migrate charity partner The Lotus Flower
Migrate charity partner The Worldwide Tribe

Refugee Community

Kitchen

Refu-Aid

The Worldwide

Tribe

The Lotus Flower

RefuAid have developed a programme that supports access to language tuition, education, employment and family reunification for refugees that are granted asylum in the UK.

RefuAid offers interest-free loans for those that have been forced to leave their country and are unable to find correct employment once in the UK. RefuAid’s programme provides an opportunity to gain relevant qualifications, re-train, learn English and find employment.

Refugee Community Kitchen serves nourishing food to displaced people in the UK and northern France. Entirely volunteer-run and donation-based, they are committed to serving wholesome food with dignity and respect to people in need. Since December 2015, they have served over 2.5 million hot meals.

The Lotus Flower provide safety, support and education for women and children who have been displaced by war, and develop opportunities and tools for these women to become financially independent. They offer psychological support for those that have experienced extreme violence or sexual assault in their home country.

The Lotus Flower was started by Taban Shoresh, a former Kurdistan child refugee, who escaped the clutches of Sadam Hussain’s regime in the 1980s. 

The Worldwide Tribe carry out integral on-the-ground work in refugee camps across Europe and the Middle East, from installing wifi to cooking meals to providing warm clothing and shelters.

They use film, photography and social media to tell human stories to bring awareness to those affected by the current humanitarian crisis.

Experiencing The Worldwide Tribe’s amazing work in the Calais Jungle in 2016 was an integral factor in our decision to start Migrate.