Author: Mahgul Nekoh

Community Volunteers Braiding Hair – Lesvos, Greece

Braiding hair is so much more than caring for hair. It is caring for hearts! We know that living in a camp is not always easy for refugees in transition. Such hardships particularly affect women and girls in their daily lives. Therefore, our community volunteers are trying to bring smiles and confidence to the women and girls in any possible way at our community centre in Lesvos, Greece. This time by combing, cutting and braiding their hair. We would like to give a heartfelt thank you to our community volunteers who lend us their time, energy, and expertise in making a difference for the one in need. 

If you also have skills to do hair braiding, hair cutting or any other skills to support the work we do, please click here  to learn more about our volunteer opportunities. We would love to have you!







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Update on Ukrainian Refugee Housing – Bucharest, Romania

Offering accommodation to displaced people means offering hope! Since March 2022 we have been opening our hearts to supply living spaces for Ukrainian refugees escaping the war and fearing for their safety. We currently have two large houses in Romania for up to 73 people.

More than offering a comfortable house, we have placed food in their fridges, brought them flowers and gifts, offered language classes and took them to doctors and on outings. We are constantly evaluating which aspects of the programme to offer, as the situation on the ground changes, but our commitment to provide housing remains! 

It is your donation that enables us to continue facilitating housing for Ukrainian refugees in a way that they can feel loved, appreciated and cared for. If you would like to support our work, please click here to make a donation. 



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Hill Country Bible Church Team – Lesvos, Greece

Volunteering is a great way to not only express kindness to one another, but also to make a difference in the lives of others in need! Seeing a team of volunteers from Hill Country Bible Church hearts full of love and compassion as they served at our All4Aid Community Centre on Lesvos, Greece, was really special! 

Every single day, women and children from the Mavrovouni camp come to use showers, laundry facilities, to choose clothes and hygiene items and, especially, to collect food items. Our amazing volunteers from Hill Country Bible Church supported our team in providing these services and helped to put smiles on people’s faces in the process. 

We deeply appreciate every member of this team for showing relentless effort and spreading joy and love. Your passion and helpful contributions definitely continue to inspire us!


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All4Aid’s 6th Anniversary

Today marks the 6th anniversary of All4Aid. We are very proud to be standing with refugees and asylum seekers not only in Germany, but also in Greece, Cyprus and Romania to support them in attaining life in all its fullness. We look back on the past six years with full hearts and a sense of gratitude for how far we have come.

We thank all of our donors, long-term workers, volunteers and supporters who have been an essential part of All4Aid. People from all over the world have played an important role in our work and making what we do possible. Thank you for all your prayers and thoughtful support! Together we are able to do so much more! 


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New All4Aid Central Office – Frankfurt, Germany

After a period of testing last year, the All4Aid Central Office in Frankfurt has now officially moved to an office space within the building of the International Baptist Convention (IBC) in Frankfurt, Germany.

The IBC is a long-standing partner of All4Aid. They have been supporting our work from the very beginning with grants, volunteer mobilisation and prayers. We are very grateful that they made space for us and rented out an office that our growing team in Frankfurt can use. 

We will soon show you photos from inside our new office in Frankfurt, from where a lot of work is done in the background to support our refugee programmes in Greece, Cyprus and Romania.


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Happy International Women’s Day

Today we take a moment to celebrate women from all nations and backgrounds, but especially women and girls who are on the move due to war, persecution or disaster. Unfortunately, more often than not, they are the most affected by such crises. We consider it a privilege to work alongside these women and girls and to encourage them towards attaining life in all its fullness!
Today is also a great opportunity to appreciate our female donors and volunteers from all over the world for the continued prayer, encouragement and support. It is only through your prayers, giving and service that we are able to, not only meet the immediate needs of displaced women and girls, but also enjoy moments with them that are filled with beauty, joy and hope! Thank you!
Photo: two women holding hands as female volunteers and refugee ladies enjoyed manicure sessions at our Community Centre on Lesvos, Greece, this week.