WHATEVER YOU GIVE, WE’LL PUT TO USE PROVIDING VITAL SUPPORT WHERE IT’S NEEDED MOST.
Thank you so much for your help – your generosity powers everything we do.
Emergency Afghanistan Earthquake Fundraiser
STOP THE INHUMANE AND HEARTLESS PLAN BY THE UK GOVERNMENT TO DEPORT ASYLUM SEEKERS 4000 MILES AWAY TO RWANDA
What started as a hashtag is now a global aid initiative, supporting over 150 projects and over a million people across Europe, the Middle East and on the US-Mexico border.
Our unique Choose Love online store sells real products for refugees. Items you choose will be delivered globally to the people living in the most difficult conditions.
KIND® are so excited to share their limited edition CHOOSE LOVE bars designed by the incredible artist Majid Adin. Majid was forced to leave his country after his online blog upset the regime.
Through this partnership KIND® will be donating £50,000 to CHOOSE LOVE.
Other ways to Choose Love
Donate to Choose Love and we’ll provide vital support where it’s needed most. We rely on the generosity of people like you.
Help us fight for the rights of people to seek safety and advocate for change so that people on the move are met with love.
We need community fundraisers like you to help set up events and raise money to support refugees.
Last week, as your donations continued to come in, we had a team of 2 on the ground to understand what is needed by all those in and fleeing Ukraine & build connections with teams responding.
The world has been watching Iran as anti-Regime protests have intensified following the death of Jina (Mahsa) Amini. Mahsa was a 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian woman on a family trip. She tragically died in the custody of Iran’s morality police, a wing of police that enforces mandatory hijab on Iranian women.
We’re looking for a Deputy Store Manager for our Festive Shop in Carnaby, London
Safeguarding at Choose Love
We’ve been working hard for over a year in reviewing and updating how we keep our team and any volunteers safe, ensure concerns are listened to and action is taken when things go wrong.