Restore Training Course Spring 2022

Restore is motivating for action with our next training course for those interested in befriending or wanting to learn more about refugee issues.  We’re very excited to announce the dates for our next training session, which will take place on:

Tuesday evenings

1st, 8th and 15th February 2022

7:15pm – 8:45pm

To find out more information about this Zoom course, and to book a place, click here.  For more information, click here to get in touch.

Restore is a project of Birmingham Churches Together, working with refugees and asylum seekers in Birmingham, Solihull and Smethwick.

Restore’s vision is for a society into which all refugees and asylum seekers are welcomed, valued and integrated.

Donations to Restore are currently being match funded by the National Emergency Trust Local Action Fund

Restore – befriending refugees – a Community crowdfunding project in Birmingham by Restore – welcoming, befriending and integrating refugees (

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