West London Welcome is a free weekly drop-in centre for refugees, asylum seekers and migrants and is the first of its kind in the area. The centre caters primarily to individuals and communities who have settled in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and neighbouring parts of the city.
The centre is an important place for teaching, learning, and progressing knowledge about life in London. Those who often cannot access or afford mainstream education come to the centre to improve their English or develop any number of other skills through their various classes and sessions.
For any of you in the UK working, studying, communicating, or just trying to find information, take a moment to imagine how difficult it would be to do these things in 2019 without a computer. This is the predicament of most of the refugees, asylum seekers and migrants visiting West London Welcome – they are in dire need of access to working computers.
That’s why Adot is supporting West London Welcome to raise funds to purchase ten laptops by September, which will enable the centre to provide IT classes for their clients. The laptops, along with IT training, will give them the necessary skills needed to look for employment, to study, and to access information – key to their ability to settle and lead safe and well-connected lives here in the UK. Clients will also have laptop access to book vital appointments and to get in touch with loved ones.
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Please click on the link below to find out more about the amazing work West London Welcome does