Ganiyat has been a volunteer at Revive for 2.5 years, as an Admin and Kitchen Assistant.
How did you first get involved with Revive?
I got involved with Revive through a Social Worker who told me about the organisation, so
Carolyn has been one of Revive’s amazing volunteers for 6 months now and supports us at our Wednesday drop-in sessions. Carolyn had always intended to become involved with supporting refugees and asylum seekers when she
When Shindar arrived in the UK, from Syria, he couldn’t imagine how his life would turn out in the UK.A fierce determination and an enormous heart have powered his journey in building a life here.Revive first met him when he accompanied
Caroline is one of our Admin volunteers, who supports Revive during her university summers and remotely while she is studying at Bangor University, Wales.
Caroline says, “Having the opportunity to
We understand how difficult it is for all of us at present, especially for vulnerable refugees and people seeking asylum we serve. Revive would like to remind you that while we cannot attend any face-to-face appointments at present, we can
Due to the Coronavirus we have closed the drop-in until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
If you have an emergency(i.e visa expiring in the next ten days), please call/text one of our
Join Us For An Afternoon Of Music With David Cantillon and Parishioners of St Vincent church, Altrincham in support of Revive.
Date: Sunday 29th March, 2020 @ 3pm. Ticket price £7 . 16 and under free. Tickets are available from St
On Sunday 24th May 2020 our dear volunteer, Hugh O’Boyle will be running the Manchester Half Marathon to raise fund for Revive His target is £800. Please use the link below to donate and also invite your friends to visit his just giving
The economic impact of immigration on the UK regularly hits the headline, but there is less coverage of what happens to immigrants who aren’t eligible for support. Some migrants are declared to have ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’
Donika Karreci is a lovely woman from Albania who came over to the UK in 2017 with her husband to be with her son and her two grandchildren. She has been married to her husband for 42 years after having a lovely ceremony in Albania, with
ESOL students visit to Manchester Art Gallery
Taking students out on visits is recognised to be educationally and
culturally beneficial to learning. Therefore, on Wednesday May 22, twenty
students who are learning English at Revive
On Thursday 20th of June 2019, in commemoration of the refugee week, and in partnership with Journeys Festival, The Revive Women’s Group made a formal presentation of the 4 x 2 Meters fabric Banners project they have been working on for