Through the Travel Choices report, we aim to add further evidence and the voice of refugees to public debates about the use of free bus travel.
Refugee Survival Trust in partnership with five community organisations are commencing a scheme to provide free bus travel to people seeking asylum living in Glasgow.
Thanks to the Scottish Children’s Lottery RST has received a most welcome grant of £6,500 for our new Family Financial Assistance programme.
RST has the opportunity to be one of four projects to receive £500 from the general fund of Yaldi! – the Glasgow Community Lottery.
Refugee Survival Trust is delighted to have been awarded a 3-year grant of £200,000 from The National Lottery Community Fund, which will enable 40 people at risk of homelessness to stay in our temporary community-based accommodation for up to 18 months.
Refugee Survival Trust is delighted to have been awarded a £5,000 grant from St. Nicholas Care Fund towards our Emergency Cash Support for refugees and people seeking asylum who are experiencing destitution.
This annual report provides an overview of the work of RST in 2021-22 during Covid-19 which amplified inequalities that were already present in our society.