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Crisis Classroom
Training volunteers to empower refugees & displaced people through education. We're a restricted fund with the support of Prism the Gift Fund. Charity No.109968
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Spotted this act of in . 3 lovely ladies were tying up hats, scarves & gloves around the town They said "there are so many homeless, there must be something we can do" & they're right! Something small like this makes a huge difference to those who need it!
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There are so many ways to this festive period in your local area and across the UK. Have a look at this article by for some inspiration!
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Crisis Classroom Dec 11
Asking for some bread, making friends, or talking to a doctor about your child is something we should all be able to do, but can be difficult for a displaced . This information is what we teach in our workshops, so keep an eye out for our next ones!
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HowNowMagazine Dec 10
From to : dialogue between people of different creeds is the aim of the , in which the ‘books’ are people
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Crisis Classroom Dec 10
Over 8,000 people are homeless in the UK, & as the temperature drops they become even more vulnerable. How can you help? Something as simple as tying a scarf or coat to a fence for them to take when they need it could make the world of difference.
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Crisis Classroom Dec 9
nearly 3/4 of young managers think nonprofit organisations create more interesting jobs with job satisfaction? So keep an eye out for our next training days & anyone who is looking for some people to with them, that's what our community is all about!
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Crisis Classroom Dec 8
Keep an eye out for our next training days, they're a great opportunity to learn more about yourself and what you can offer when you in a .
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Crisis Classroom Dec 7
Working WITH communities to build and create something that they need, rather than providing something FOR them, is how we train our , so the gets something they really need.
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Crisis Classroom Dec 6
To become a Crisis Classroom all you need to be is , have passion, & be willing to share your skills, time & expertise with others, our training days fill in the rest! You'll learn how your skills can benefit someone in need and so much more.
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Crisis Classroom Dec 6
Power to you and good luck! Empowering refugees by giving them a practical education and safe space to develop is what we to see!
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Crisis Classroom Dec 5
We believe that education is a partnership which empowers people to stand on their own two feet & feel human again. Helping people get back on their feet & feeling safe at the same time is a big task, but something we're all capable of.
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Crisis Classroom Dec 4
We teach more than just algebra & verbs, we specialise in relearn their life in another language. This is education that helps them take back control & regain a sense of self so that they can start their life again. The kind of that benefits them.
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Crisis Classroom Dec 4
This is brilliant news , so glad they have finally been granted indefinite leave!
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Crisis Classroom Dec 3
Our classrooms are open to everyone, regardless of age or limitations, and our popup can go anywhere it needs to, so we can bring education to the people that need it
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Crisis Classroom Dec 2
We believe that is a fundamental human right for everyone. We uphold this right! we fight for it and we enable it by training people to take their already developed skills to those who need it. No matter what, everyone has something to offer!
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Crisis Classroom Dec 1
Small things make a big difference in someones life, be that knowing how to make juggling balls or spice bags, we all have something to offer, & that is what last week's celebration event was all about!
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Crisis Classroom Nov 30
Our training days help you prepare for in any situation. Once you've taken Day Two you are ready to volunteer anywhere. You don't have to volunteer with us, but we can help you get ready for when you do volunteer.
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Crisis Classroom Nov 29
Learning something as simple as making salad could mean the difference between someone feeling included & welcomed, to alone & isolated. That is what we try & do with every workshop & place we visit, make people feel included & safe.
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Crisis Classroom Nov 28
Our training helps you how to take something you already know how to do, & use it to help people in need learn how to & start a life in a new place. It can be anything, even making juggling balls with balloons! Sadly, we can't teach you to juggle though
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Crisis Classroom Nov 27
Thank you to everyone who came along to our event on Sunday, it was amazing! We are a family and all of you are a huge part of that family, so having you all together and celebrating was such a lovely sight. Keep your eyes open for the next one!
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