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Action Foundation is an award-winning charity based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Through our free English language school, supported housing projects and InterAction Drop-in, we support refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants to integrate successfully into the community and lead more independent and resilient lives.

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Action Foundation launches Gift of Words Appeal

21st November 2021|Blog, Fundraising, News|

DONATE How to give the Gift of Words this Christmas This Christmas, Action Foundation is asking its supporters to give refugees a very special and lasting present - the Gift of Words. Imagine arriving in a new country without being able to speak or understand [...]

Naomi brings taste of Buenos Aires to Durham with Language Café fundraiser

17th November 2021|Fundraising, News|

Thinking of booking a holiday abroad next year and looking to learn the lingo? Then there’s the perfect opportunity to try out your Bonjours and Buen Dias at a special fundraiser organised by Durham University graduate, Naomi Green, in aid of our Action Language English teaching classes. Naomi, who graduated earlier this [...]

How your Christmas shopping could help refugees

11th November 2021|Fundraising, News, Uncategorised|

We're delighted to share with you that online art store and fundraising initiative Art for Refugees has chosen to support Action Foundation over the Christmas period. Their website sells from a selection of more than 100 pieces of art, donated by artists from across the world with 100 per cent of their profits going [...]

The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

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Action Letting

Action Letting provides supported accommodation to newly granted single adult refugees at risk of homelessness during their rapid transition to mainstream housing. We currently manage 15 properties in Newcastle, Gateshead and Sunderland on behalf of private landlords.

Find out more about Action Letting.

Action Housing

Action Housing provides supported accommodation to destitute asylum seekers with no recourse to public funds. Due to their immigration status this extremely vulnerable group are unable to work or receive any government support and are therefore entirely reliant on the help of charities or friends to survive.

Find out more about Action Housing

Action Access

Action Access offers a community-based alternative to clients who have been refused asylum and are currently held in detention. The project has been designed in partnership with the UNHCR and the Home Office.

Find out more about Action Access.

Action Hosting

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak Action Foundation has made the difficult decision to temporarily close our Hosting Project. Action Hosting matches volunteers offering a spare room in their home with a destitute asylum seeker to provide short-term accommodation.

For more information about Action Hosting.

Action Language

Action Language provides free English courses in Newcastle and Sunderland city centre. Our aim is to provide ESOL classes to refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants unable to access mainstream classes in a supportive environment.

All our free classes are taught by qualified volunteer teachers.

Find out more about Action Language.

InterAction

InterAction provides a friendly, accessible, interactive and supportive environment to help new and other migrants experiencing loneliness, isolation and feelings of disorientation, to connect with other people and cultures, local places and services.

For more information about InterAction.

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