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Clothing Wanted by Dunkirk Refugee Womens Centre

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Clothing wanted by Dunkirk Refugee Womens Centre:

  • Children’s leggings and tracksuit bottoms/joggers 
  • Women’s joggers (tapered at bottom)
  • Women’s leggings
  • Women’s socks (new/unused)
  • Women’s gloves
  • Children’s waterproof ski suits
  • Women’s WARM waterproof coats
  • Women’s jumpers that cover the bottom
  • Children’s waterproof coats
  • Women’s headscarves
  • Women’s and Children’s trainers (not white or light coloured)
  • practical lightweight boots and hiking shoes
  • Women’s and Children’s practical sandals & flip flops
  • Summer caps

This list was up to date at 19th March 2019. For a more up to date list visit https://www.dunkirkrefugeewomenscentre.com/donate

The Dunkirk Refugee Women’s Centre is a mobile ‘free shop.’ It is open 6 days a week across several locations in Northern France. An all-female team visit women and children sleeping rough and in temporary accommodation. With their van, a sprinkling of creativity, and a handful of enthusiasm, they transform the area. Women empowering women, implementing free choice, and providing a platform for women to bond with their children.

The Women’s Centre also bridges the gap between displaced people and professional organisations. Connecting people to medical legal or psychological help when needed. Finding emergency shelter for those sleeping rough. The Centre is also dedicated to finding long term, sustainable responses to the refugee crises in Northern France.

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Clothing Needed by Mobile Refugee Support

Clothing needed by Mobile Refugee Support

  • Waterproof Jackets
  • Waterproof Pants
  • Hooded Ponchos
  • Underpants
  • Thin Socks
  • Gloves
  • Hats
  • Scarves
  • Shoes size 7-11
  • Trainers size 7-11

They also need tents, sleeping bags, cooking equipment, food and mobile phones. There is a full and up to date list at https://www.mobilerefugeesupport.org/material-donations

Mobile Refugee Support provide mobile aid and communication support to refugees and displaced peoples. They are currently based and operating in northern France in the locations neglected by governments and larger NGOs.

MRS supplies basic essentials and necessities to make conditions more bearable for those stranded without homes or safety in foreign countries.

They provide free wi-fi, free phone repairs and the provision of SIM cards and emergency phones and relevant, helpful and up-to-date information.

Each visit is accompanied by a generator that can be used by up to 300 individuals at a time.

The team consists of a handful of dedicated and experienced humanitarian aid workers.

Donations, whether financial or material, allow MRS to continue the work that many would be disadvantaged without.