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Urgent Appeal: Reunite Families Separated on the US-MEXICO Border

Every donation you make will be doubled until we reach $25,000 by a generous anonymous donor.

DONATE TO MAKE FREE TRAVEL AVAILABLE FOR UKRAINIAN REFUGEES

We need your support to provide 10,000+ free tickets on routes from Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia to the UK.

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.

STOP THE INHUMANE AND HEARTLESS PLAN BY THE UK GOVERNMENT TO DEPORT ASYLUM SEEKERS 4000 MILES AWAY TO RWANDA

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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.

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Profits from T-shirts and totes featuring the beautiful Love to Ukraine design by Charlie Mackesy will go to support our Ukraine Crisis Appeal. 

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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.

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Stop the Inhumane and heartless plan by the UK Government to deport asylum seekers 4000 miles away to Rwanda

Stop the Inhumane and heartless plan by the UK Government to deport asylum seekers 4000 miles away to Rwanda

Over 100 people have been informed that the Home Office intends to deport them to Rwanda, with the first flight scheduled on Tuesday 14 June. It is set to send people including childrenand families who have already suffered so much including torture and conflict. They came to Britain to find sanctuary and protection and to be treated with dignity and respect. Instead they are being sent over 4,000 miles away to a country they have no connection to, with a proven poor record on human rights.

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