Get involved

Everyone can play a part in supporting our community. Here’s how you can donate, fundraise, and volunteer with us.

Get Involved


Regular and one-off financial donations are vital for us to keep going – they ensure we can afford our everyday running costs for our centre, pay our staff, give out hardship grants, buy educational and creative materials, and much more. We are extremely grateful for any and all donations, big or small. You can donate on our Localgiving page:

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Join the Welcome Circle

The Welcome Circle is a group of key individuals giving £2,000 a year to sustain and respond to the needs of refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants at our centre. Read more about the Welcome Circle and how to join:

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What you can do


Are you running a marathon or competing in any other kind of challenge? You can fundraise for us. Head to our Localgiving page, click on ‘Fundraise For Us’ on the right hand side, and follow the instructions. Email us at with any queries.

Leave a legacy

Setting up a will is an incredibly important thing to do, however in the UK 54% of adults still don’t have one and worryingly six out of ten parents do not have a will, or have one which is out of date. Irrespective of the amount, it is the ultimate gesture.

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Interested in volunteering at the centre? Please fill in our volunteer application form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.


Donate your items

At the moment we are looking for the following items:

  • Bikes for adults and kids (good working order)
  • Bike helmets
  • Bike locks
  • Scooters
  • Backpacks

If you would like to donate any of the above, please contact our Community Outreach and Operations Manager, Mehri:

Join our team

We’re looking for up to two new Trustees

WLW is offering an opportunity to join our diverse Board of Trustees. This is an exciting time to join our community. We’re a community centre and registered charity run for and with refugees, migrants and people seeking asylum, working together with local people to provide a safe, positive experience of community to reduce isolation, build […]

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We’re looking for a Senior Caseworker

We’re pleased to announce that we’re looking for a Senior Caseworker to effectively support refugee, asylum-seeking and migrant members in our community with advice and casework, as well as support other staff and volunteers in our advice team. This is an exciting opportunity to join our diverse, warm community of people from all over the […]

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