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Help find 5,000 homes for Syrian refugees

Citizens UK has today launched its 'Home for Resettled Refugees Register' - and we need your support to sign up 5,000 landlords who would be willing to rent their property to resettled Syrian refugees.

We have been working on this campaign for a year, but this week we have reached a tipping point, and the Prime Minister is considering an increase in the number of Syrian refugees resettled by the UK.

Quite simply, the more properties pledged on our Register, the more local councils will sign up to participate in the Syrian resettlement programme, the higher the number of Syrians the UK government will consider resettling.

Citizens UK is calling on the government to commit to resettle 10,000 refugees a year for the next two years.

Help us hit that target by adding your rental property to the 'Homes for Resettled Refugees Register'.   

If you don't have any property spare, organise local letting agents and landlords to assist.

 


Showing 136 reactions

  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2015-09-08 23:10:37 +0100
    Hi,
    I am Raffaella from London I will be happy to host and look after a refugee child. I can offer the love of my family and a spare bedroom for long as need.
    I know the all have different stories and it will not easy but i know it can be done if we all help.
    I have already signed the petition could u please someone tell me if we can put our name down to be really considered?
    Thanks for reading and share
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2015-09-08 23:10:37 +0100
    Hi,
    I am Raffaella from London I will be happy to host and look after a refugee child. I can offer the love of my family and a spare bedroom for long as need.
    I know the all have different stories and it will not easy but i know it can be done if we all help.
    I have already signed the petition could u please someone tell me if we can put our name down to be really considered?
    Thanks for reading and share
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2015-09-08 23:10:37 +0100
    Hi,
    I am Raffaella from London I will be happy to host and look after a refugee child. I can offer the love of my family and a spare bedroom for long as need.
    I know the all have different stories and it will not easy but i know it can be done if we all help.
    I have already signed the petition could u please someone tell me if we can put our name down to be really considered?
    Thanks for reading and share
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2015-09-08 23:10:21 +0100
    Hi,
    I am Raffaella from London I will be happy to host and look after a refugee child. I can offer the love of my family and a spare bedroom for long as need.
    I know the all have different stories and it will not easy but i know it can be done if we all help.
    I have already signed the petition could u please someone tell me if we can put our name down to be really considered?
    Thanks for reading and share
  • Kathleen Dolan
    commented 2015-09-08 21:05:38 +0100
    I live in northeast and can offer a Syrian orphan a loving home
  • Darren Connor
    commented 2015-09-08 17:07:22 +0100
    Middlesbrough two bedroom two bathroom apartment I could take in a Syria refugee
  • Stephen Adamson
    commented 2015-09-08 14:30:20 +0100
    I live in SCARBOROUGH, North Yorkshire. My wife and I could accommodate a couple with a child in our home as we have two spare bedrooms, one double, one single.
  • Cat Chesterman
    commented 2015-09-07 22:43:39 +0100
    I can foster orphaned / lost Syrian child. Not registered but willing to help if I can.
  • Alexia Menday
    commented 2015-09-07 21:14:06 +0100
    We do not have a lot of room but could accomodate a child. I am a nurse. One child at school and the other home educated. Lincolnshire
  • Liv Thrane
    commented 2015-09-07 15:13:31 +0100
    My husband and I are not landlords but have a small guest room with a sofa bed. Enough room for a single person, a couple or a parent and child.

    I am recovering from an operation and my husband is working hard to support us, so I am afraid we cannot look after a parentless child.

    Kindly, Liv Thrane & Nicholas Acons
  • Charley M
    posted about this on Facebook 2015-09-06 21:15:59 +0100
    Help find 5,000 homes for Syrian refugees
  • Charley M
    @TwitFazed tweeted link to this page. 2015-09-06 21:15:57 +0100
  • Hilary Irvine
    commented 2015-09-06 20:25:13 +0100
    Refugee welcome
  • Stephanie Cussens
    commented 2015-09-06 18:13:37 +0100
    If you have spare rooms in your home, contact your local council housing office for advice/to register. They will already be aware of national campaign.
  • Wayne Hughes
    commented 2015-09-06 16:20:33 +0100
    i am moving home in next 2 weeks but will have a spare room to provide shelter if this helps till they can find something more perminant. North Wales area
  • Carol Hopkinson
    commented 2015-09-06 15:06:53 +0100
    I am a mum and business women I have various accommodations I can foster and care for any children here at our farm

    We also have a holiday cottage over winter.

    I have a lot asking if they can help with accommodation and didn’t know how so I will share this online

    Thanks Carol
  • Carol Hopkinson
    commented 2015-09-06 15:06:52 +0100
    I am a mum and business women I have various accommodations I can foster and care for any children here at our farm

    We also have a holiday cottage over winter.

    I have a lot asking if they can help with accommodation and didn’t know how so I will share this online

    Thanks Carol
  • Sheila Humphries
    commented 2015-09-06 10:54:40 +0100
    We have 2 spare rooms in our home and are registered foster carers so can look after children without their parents. We can also offer mum and baby/child accommodation. We are based in Flintshire, Wales. Does it have to be formalised through fostering agencies as there are numerous children that fostering agencies will charge large amounts of money to look after them. I am happy to forfeit any payments for the chidren.
  • Lakshmi Pillai
    commented 2015-09-06 10:48:59 +0100
    Thanks Fiona. I will check out the Time Out website.
  • Fiona Melville
    commented 2015-09-06 10:46:34 +0100
    Lakshmi, I googled it and found that Time Out have an article with London collection points mentioned. One in Brixton and one in North London. I am going to take stuff to Bristol which is nearer for me and they have set up several collection points
  • Lakshmi Pillai
    commented 2015-09-06 10:13:37 +0100
    Is there a collection point in London for warm clothing and footwear to send to the Calais refugees?
  • Pieter Van t Hof
    commented 2015-09-06 10:03:45 +0100
    Same here Lillian.
    Have spare room but have no idea were to go to.
    Here they only ask for landlords.
  • Lillian Tanner
    commented 2015-09-06 09:42:05 +0100
    I also am not a landlord but have 2 spare rooms and am more than happy to help. Is there a register for spare rooms?
  • Helena Brown
    commented 2015-09-05 17:11:29 +0100
    I am an approved local authority foster carer in Devon. We have room for 2 unaccompanied minors although I expect this would need to be arranged formally through the local authority. I wanted to post on here so you’d know there are foster carers out there who have the room and the motivation to take in refugee children – please don’t overlook us as a resource just because we’re not based in one of the big cities!
  • Andrew Moody
    commented 2015-09-05 16:59:42 +0100
    We live in Bromsgrove in Worcs and would be happy to put up a family of 4 Syrian refugees, no questions asked.
  • Sophie Rivett
    commented 2015-09-05 15:12:56 +0100
    I live in Herefordshire. There is room in our house to host a couple, a parent and child or two children. I am a part-time doctor and my mother is a retired teacher who home educates my daughter so we would have plenty of time to care for extra children. My email is sophie_beth11@hotmail.com and my twitter @sophabed
  • Sophie Rivett
    commented 2015-09-05 15:10:17 +0100
    I live in Herefordshire. There is room in our house to host a couple, a parent and child or two children. I am a part-time doctor and my mother is a retired teacher who home educates my daughter so we would have plenty of time to care for extra children. My email is sophie_beth11@hotmail.com and my twitter @sophabed
  • Julie Vale
    commented 2015-09-05 13:22:39 +0100
    We would be happy to offer accomodation to 1 family in our home, space for up to 4 children too, until they can be accomodated in their own home.
    I am a qualified childcare social worker (no longer practising), experienced in fostering and DBS checked
  • Pieter Van t Hof
    commented 2015-09-05 12:56:18 +0100
    Can we discuss how to help those poor people. I am Muslim myself but any religion would be welcome to stay in my house. Why making this a religious matter. We are all humans and have the right to live a peaceful life. Thumb up To Germany and Austria. Great to see all people working together to feed and accommodate the refugees. Again any refugee will be most welcome.
  • 4AnimalsRights
    commented 2015-09-05 12:21:14 +0100
    There’s enough land and tents to give these people some warmth and shelter right now in the UK WE MUST FIGHT TO STOP THIS DREADFUL SITUATION

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