What can you do to support refugees?

Take Action

Solidarity is not just an ideal but is expressed in concrete actions and steps that draw us closer to our neighbours, in whatever situation they find themselves.

Here are some ways to support refugees and forcibly displaced people, so they can heal, learn, and hope for a better future.

Advocate for refugees and forced migrants

Help us raise awareness about the rights of those forced to leave their homes. Together, we will amplify refugee voices, inspire others, and contribute to creating positive change.

Support refugee-owned businesses

Buy from shops that support or are owned by refugees. Mikono – The Refugee Craft Shop is one of JRS’s projects in Kenya. During COVID-19, the shop has been forced to close, leaving refugee suppliers without their main marketplace. JRS launched an e-commerce site to help them sell their products online. Check out the latest products and shop with meaning. If you have a shop of your own, consider sourcing from refugee artisans.

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Justine Julius Supplier from Burundi

Partner with us

Only by joining forces can we offer enough seats in schools, support families to put food on the table, and help refugees to recover from the stress and rupture experienced in conflict, flight, and exile.

Partner with us
JRS performing team building activities during the Child Safeguarding workshop in Kenya.