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REAP - Refugees in Effective and Active Partnership

REAP is a community development and capacity building organisation working to empower refugees, their organisations and communities. They do this through networking, partnership work with statutory and voluntary agencies, helping to set up and develop the capacity of refugee community organisations (RCOs) REAP provides information that is of use to statutory and voluntary organisations seeking to work with refugees. REAP also provides a range of direct services across London.

Address:
Key House, 106 High Street, Yiewsley, Middlesex, UB7 7BQ
Area serviced:
London Wide
Contact name:
Sarah Crowther (sarah@reap.org.uk)
Job title:
Director
Telephone:
01895 441530
Website:
Opening times:
Office hours vary. Phone first.
Who is it for:
Refugees community organisations and others working with them. London Wide
Languages:
Interpreting service.
Disabled access:
Yes
Childcare:
N/A
Charges:
No charges.
How to apply:
Individuals generally apply to their services for interpreting or advocacy work and training through their Community Advocates Project funded by Hillingdon HOPE.
Buses:
U3, 222, U5
Train/tube:
West Drayton Tube, Metropolitan Line.
Parking:
Park by Tesco Pay and display
Sector:
Voluntary
Last updated:
18/01/2019