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Your donation means that a person fleeing persecution can get the protection they desperately need. Join us in making the UK a place where people can belong.

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Nina's interview

When Nina went to her asylum interview, nobody told her what to expect. She was traumatised and afraid. Our caseworkers ensure that people in crisis never have to go through it alone. Give people like her the support they need.

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Going to appeal

People have too little information about the asylum appeals process and very little idea of what to expect. Understanding the process makes people more confident and less anxious so they can give clearer information. This means they have a higher chance of getting the protection they need. Our animated film explains what a person seeking asylum will see and do when going to their appeal.

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Nina's interview

When Nina went to her asylum interview, nobody told her what to expect. She was traumatised and afraid. Our caseworkers ensure that people in crisis never have to go through it alone. Give people like her the support they need.

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Going to appeal

People have too little information about the asylum appeals process and very little idea of what to expect. Understanding the process makes people more confident and less anxious so they can give clearer information. This means they have a higher chance of getting the protection they need. Our animated film explains what a person seeking asylum will see and do when going to their appeal.

Help us get this vital information to people in need of safety, whatever language they speak.

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Large gifts

Significant gifts are especially important. That’s because they they enable us to help more people and develop much needed projects. Find out more about how your large gift can help people in the UK build a life.  Please contact Matthew Horton, Head of Individual Giving on: 020 3903 4455.

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Leave a gift in your will

The obstacles that migrants and refugees face in seeking safety and a new life in the UK won’t just go away over night. That is why leaving a gift to Consonant in your Will is perhaps the most special way of ensuring that we can continue to support and protect people.

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