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Make Christmas Count – Christmas Appeal 2021

Make Christmas Count – Christmas Appeal 2021

Every December, Samphire seeks to provide some additional support for ex-detainees and their families. For people who have experienced immigration detention, Christmas is a time when they can feel more marginalised and isolated than ever. People receiving asylum...

Samphire welcomes our new Patron – Bishop Rose!

Samphire welcomes our new Patron – Bishop Rose!

Samphire's new patron - the Rt Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin, the Bishop of Dover and the Bishop in Canterbury - sent her greetings during Samphire's AGM 2020. Dear Bishop Rose, we are delighted to have your support!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxL3JLHSf9I

Online Annual General Meeting

Online Annual General Meeting

Samphire’s online AGM  Thursday 24th September 2020 It’s been another exciting and eventful year at Samphire. We invite you to join us and learn about the different projects Samphire has delivered over the past year. Topic: Samphire's AGM - Election of Trustees Time:...

Refugee Week 2020

Refugee Week 2020

In preparation for 2020’s Refugee Week we worked alongside our volunteers. We asked those who are experts by experience in Immigration Detention to tell us in a short video how they felt about their (still ongoing) journeys of seeking sanctuary in the UK, their...

Statement on Black Lives Matter

Statement on Black Lives Matter

As a charity working in the migration, asylum and human rights arena, we at Samphire are only too aware of the structural inequality and racism inherent in this system - a reflection of the racism that exists in our wider society. We stand in solidarity with those who...

Sign up to our newsletters!

Sign up to our newsletters!

During the lockdown as our community engagement work moves online, our usual monthly newsletter will be going out weekly. Alongside updates from the work we are doing at Samphire and with Dover Together, we will also be including lots of local news and info that will...

Samphire’s office is now closed but we are still working!

Samphire’s office is now closed but we are still working!

Samphire's office has been closed since Monday 23 March 2020 as a precaution to protect staff, volunteers, clients, visitors and our wider communities from the spread of COVID-19/ Coronavirus. We are still working (from home) our normal hours and are available on the...

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