In 2017, we launched an educational mentoring project in Birmingham with the support of the ALMT, a charitable foundation with a vision for mitigating the suffering of the world's most marginalised children.
A couple of weeks ago, representatives from the ALMT went to visit the project, meeting 5 young people who have benefited from the weekly support of one of RSN's volunteer educational mentors. The ALMT writes:
"The visit was truly inspirational. Many of the young refugees arriving in the UK have little to no English and limited education. With support from their mentors, one hour per week, their English is advancing, they are taking exams, finding vocations and integrating into their school and social environments. Their ambitions have no limit and it was a humbling experience to meet such incredible young people and those running the project who work tirelessly with such passion and dedication to positively impact those who have suffered enough."
Click here to read the rest of the update and find out more about the ALMT's other 'partnerships worth sharing'.
Huge thanks to ALMT for making this work possible!
Could you join the ALMT by chipping in to help more young refugees across the UK with their education?