We were really pleased to be chosen as this year’s charity partner by the excellent people at the Jedburgh Three Peaks Ultramarathon. Besides raising much-needed funds for our destitution grants the race organisers also invited us to join them on … Continue reading →
September 13, 2017
by rst2012 Comments Off on Jedburgh Three Peaks ultramarathon chooses RST as charity partner!
We’re absolutely delighted that the organisers of the Jedburgh Three Peaks ultramarathon have selected the Refugee Survival Trust as their charity partner. This year’s event, which takes place on Saturday 28 October, is a 38 mile, mostly off-road course. The … Continue reading →
June 24, 2016
by rst2012 Comments Off on RST is recruiting a new part-time Coordinator
RST is looking for a new Coordinator to join our small staff team. This is a part-time post (17.5 hours per week) based in Glasgow. Please see the Job Description attached. If you would like to apply please complete the attached … Continue reading →
May 20, 2016
by rst2012 Comments Off on RST supported over 200 children in 2015-16. This should not be happening.
We recently posted information and figures about the destitution grants we provided in 2015-16 (read more here). RST’s information and comments were subsequently included in The National article: ‘Groups line up to damn way asylum system lets kids down‘ on 12th … Continue reading →
November 26, 2015
by rst2012 Comments Off on It’s cold outside! To donate to RST’s Winter Bus Pass Scheme text FARE20 £5 to 70070
RST will be running our winter bus pass scheme again through the colder months. £5 will contribute to a day bus ticket for a destitute asylum seeker, meaning they can attend important appointments, for example with their doctor or solicitor. … Continue reading →
July 28, 2015
by rst2012 Comments Off on RST Team Swim – please support us.
RST Staff and colleagues are taking part in the Great Scottish Swim on 29th August. We are swimming 6 miles between us, in Loch Lomond and in Glasgow. We are raising funds to support RST’s destitution and Access to Education … Continue reading →