The cost of living crisis is impacting everyone. Still, for refugee families like Mauricio’s who have no work rights or access to social security payments, the financial pressures are affecting their mental health and their ability to rebuild their lives with hope and dignity.
Many families seeking asylum can’t afford to put food on the table, let alone pay for rent, bills, medical appointments and vital medications.
You can help shine a light of hope for families like Mauricio’s this festive season by making a donation that will provide wrap-around care for people seeking asylum and refugees.
Your support means people can access the ASRC Foodbank, Health Clinic and other essential services, all under one roof.
Watch Mauricio’s Story
“I don’t want charity, I’m a hard worker. This help is a hand up until we can get into a better place”
For 22 years, the ASRC has been a beacon of hope for our community, and this festive season, you can help continue to shine a light of hope for refugees and people seeking asylum.
Your support enables wrap-around care for families like Mauricio’s by providing essential food, housing support, material aid, medical assistance, legal aid, mental health support and vocational pathways advice.
Donations of $2 and over are tax-deductible. Funds raised by the ASRC are used to support, empower and advocate for over 7,000 people seeking asylum and refugees each year.