Our aim is to support the resettlement of refugees in the Malvern Hills area and to provide practical assistance and advice. We work to nurture a culture of welcome in which people fleeing violence and the horrors of war can live fulfilled and happy lives as part of the community free from poverty, discrimination and harassment.
Readers may be aware that Malvern has now welcomed two refugee families to our town. Some may also be aware that they have arrived via two separate schemes. As the kind of provision differs under these two schemes, some explanation is required. The Syrian Vulnerable...read more
Malvern Welcomes held its AGM and Open meeting on Thursday October 11th. We have now been a registered charity for just over a year and what a busy year it has been! The meeting was attended by over 60 people, who enjoyed delicious homemade baklava, made by one of the...read more
Our July newsletter is now available on the newsletter page - enjoy!read more
Thanks to Welcome groups throughout Worcestershire working closely together with Worcestershire County Council we have good news to share. This new commitment will bring the total number of refugees resettled under the Government's Syrian Vulnerable...read more
Report on Open evening Malvern charity aims to bring refugee families to Malvern. We had a wonderful Open Evening at the Cube on 9th November, with about 40 people celebrating the new charity, Malvern Welcomes. Cllr John Raine gave us an inspiring talk,...read more
Malvern Open Homes (MOH) is a scheme being run by Malvern Welcomes, where members of the public temporarily offer spare rooms in their homes free of charge to refugees and asylum seekers who would otherwise end up homeless. Malvern Open Homes will not only seek to...read more
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