Where We Work

Most of our work is currently based at Moria Camp, on the island of Lesvos, Greece. This is the largest refugee camp in Europe and an important stop along the dangerous Eastern Mediterranean route (sea crossing from Turkey).

Our Projects

Most of our work is currently based just outside of Moria Camp, on the island of Lesvos, Greece. This is the largest refugee camp in Europe and an important stop along the dangerous Eastern Mediterranean route (sea crossing from Turkey). Built for 2.840 people, Moria Camp currently houses over 13.000 refugees (it peaked 21.000 in January 2020). At our centre, we run WASH and educational projects, mostly with a specific focus on women and children.

 

 

Established in 2018, our centre is one of the very few locations where women and girls from Moria can take showers, wash clothes and receive basic items such as underwear, bras and feminine pads in a dignified manner. It is also a loving environment where hospitality, educational and recreational activities are offered. 

Our trauma-informed, non-formal education programme for children aged 7 to 12. They attend classes from Monday to Friday and learn English, Maths, Arts and Physical Education (PE). Teaching takes place in a comfortable and well equipped setting (purpose built classrooms) and the children are provided with books, meals, etc.

A carpentry program that involves collecting old pallets and, together with male refugees, transforms them into tables, chairs, shelves and other pieces of furniture for the refugees to use. It takes place in a woodworking workshop space right behind our centre. 

Covid-19 Response

Medical Washes

Holiday Club

In this project we have seven community volunteers, who are seamstresses, manufacturing linen masks in our sewing workshop. Those masks are then distributed in Moria by our partners and brought back to our centre for washing and disinfection.

In this project refugee families affected by scabies are referred to our centre by MSF (Doctors Without Borders). There they take showers, apply the medicine and are given a new set of clothes. We also wash all their regular clothes at a very high temperature to kill the scabies.

A special programme that we run for the children during their Summer school break. As the teachers and regular workers of All4Kids Learning centre take a break, some of our partners send short-term teams to provide the children with games and fun activities. 

Key Partners & Supporters

These are some of the key organisations and churches that support our work by sharing expertise, providing funds, sending volunteers, etc. The level and type of support is different in each case. 

The AmazonSmile Programme gives 0.5% of the purchase price as a donation to a charitable organisation of the costumer’s choice. All4Aid gGmbH is a recognised Amazon partner benefiting from this programme since May 2019.

Bayou City Fellowship is a multi-location worshipping church in Houston, Texas, USA. They support us with finances and were exploring the possibility of sending short-term volunteers when the COVID-19 pandemic happened.

BMS World Mission is a Christian organisation founded in England in 1792. They work among some of the most marginalised and least evangelised people, in some of the most fragile places on earth. They financially support our COVID-19 Response Project.

Calvary Church is an evangelical protestant church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. As a key partner, they provided funds towards building our All4Women Community Centre. They also send over 50 short-term volunteers to work with us every year.

The European Baptist Federation is a network of 59 member bodies in 52 church unions in Europe, the Middle and the Near East. They supported us with specific grants for our COVID-19 Response project on Lesvos, Greece.

Google for Nonprofits provides All4Aid with free premium management resources. Since July 2018 we have been benefiting from services such as G-Drive, Custom Email, Google Ads, Google One, and more, allowing us to work more quickly and efficiently.

Hill Country Bible Church is a non-denominational, multi-campus church in Austin-TX. They support our work financially and by sending teams of short-term volunteers to serve at our centre at Moria Camp, on Lesvos, Greece.


HowWillTheyHear is a partnership of 10 international mission agencies working together to mobilise prayer and workers for refugee and migrant ministry across Europe. They partner with us in helping to recruit volunteers for our Centre on Lesvos.

Junta de Missões Mundiais (JMM) is the Mission Board of the Brazilian Baptist Convention. Present in more than 80 countries, they are one of our key partners providing expertise and funds towards the operational costs of All4Women Community Centre.

Multination Church is an international, English-speaking, multi-location church based in Frankfurt, Germany. The “genesis” of All4Aid is intertwined with the work of their Refugee Ministry. They support us from the very beginning in various amazing ways.

Two Fish Foundation is a public charity based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. They have helped to fund building improvements at our All4Women Community Centre in Lesvos, Greece and regularly sponsor short-term volunteers coming to serve with us.