2015 Annual Report

We have just published our 2015 Annual report – read it here: WTRRP annual report 2015

  • Registration at last – and more
  • Annual General Meeting – 2016 AGM on 17 February at 7.30 p.m. at St Luke’s Church, Langley Way, Watford WD17 3EG. Guest speaker Richard Harrington MP
  • How we have helped our clients
  • Drop-In Centre – life at the front end (Guy Buckler)
  • Every Refugee has a story to tell – Mabel’s story
  • Volunteers and their activities (Marie-Jo Churchill)
  • Our specialist Case Work (Joy Hobbs)
  • Food, toys and essentials (Mick and Jeanette Hayter)
  • Finances (Mahesh Chauhan)
  • The Future (Tim Whittaker)
  • Donate

 

Volunteering

We have lots of volunteering opportunities but currently we’re particularly looking for someone with fundraising expertise, is this you or do you know someone who has? Please get in touch with Marie-Jo: 

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2015 Audentior Awards

We were nominated for this years Audentior Awards and are pleased to say that we were runners up in the Charitable Group category. Here’s a short film about our work that was shown at the presentation evening. If you want to find out more about how you can support us take a look here>>

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Audentor cert

 

Watford’s Got Talent!

Watford’s Got Talent!  

Would you like to come to an evening of fantastic local entertainment…. all for a tenner?

A group of parents are organising a charity evening to showcase local talent to be held at Cassiobury Infants School on Saturday 14th March from 7-11pm.

Featuring Noisy Neighbours from Cassiobury, Local band, Rocking the Boat, solo singer Melanie Mack and other talented performers. Drinks and nibbles will be available.

For tickets contact Seema on 07773528093

Do you or anyone you know have talent?? We are looking for local bands, singers, musicians, comedians, magicians, etc. For more information contact Jakki on 07817691925 or email:

All proceeds will be going to the New Hope Trust, The Peace Hospice and Watford and Three Rivers Refugee Partnership.

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Annual Report 2014

Project or Partnership?

You’ll have spotted a change in our letterhead and in the heading of this annual report – no longer Project but Partnership – why? Two main reasons: first, the word Project implies something with a limited time-scale and a defined objective (despite WTRRP’s 13-year history!) whilst the scope of our activities, and the needs of refugees and asylum seekers has no such limits. Second, Partnership reflects our core activity of befriending, getting alongside to support and – where needed – to help those who end up in our neighbourhood without the means to make the necessary applications or, in some cases, even to feed or house themselves and their children. read more