How We Work
We tend to give catchphrases and marketing waffle very little room at All4Aid. So we keep our brief simple: we exist to mobilise partners and volunteers towards bringing dignity and improving the lives of refugees. In doing so, we are unapologetically committed to: a) using a lean structure and a startup mentality, b) valuing the skills within the community and c) preserving the integrity of refugees (e.g. by not publishing photos of their faces).
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).
What We Do
We currently manage two Refugee Centres and run two Long-Term Projects in Lesvos, Greece. We also organise regular Volunteer Trips, and frequently develop other punctual short-term projects (e.g.: Football Camps) in other locations.
MORE PROJECT DETAILS SOON
Cooperation Partners are organisations that support All4Aid by sharing expertise, providing funds, sending volunteers, etc. The level and type of support is different on each case. Cooperation Partners have access to reporting, proof for projects funded and a library of logos, photos and stories from the field to help them do the work at their end.
Gateways2Life is a charity that used to operate refugee centres on Lesvos. Before they closed their operations, they handed over to us a fully equipped space outside Moria Camp, the “Gateways2Life Centre”, now called All4Women Community Centre.