Everyday Australians are supporting refugees through a groundbreaking new approach – you can too!
Do you want to help a refugee family in a practical and meaningful way?
Our programs offer the opportunity for a local group of five or more adults to provide support to a refugee household settling in Australia. We screen and train groups prior to matching them with a refugee household that has been referred into one of our programs.
This program enables a local group of 5 or more people to welcome and support a refugee family from their first day in Australia. Learn more about the Community Refugee Integration and Settlement Pilot (CRISP).
How do I get Involved?
You don’t need to have an established group to start taking the first steps towards joining one of our programs. Submit an individual expression of interest below to receive an invitation to our info session, updates about our programs and tips for forming a local group.
If you’ve already formed a group and you’re ready to begin the application process please submit your group’s intention to apply. We recommend designating a ‘Group Coordinator’ to submit this form on behalf of the group.
If your organisation is interested in learning more about ways you can support CRSA’s work please contact us.
“If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to help a family settle in.”
Mandy, GMP Mentor
“When we met the group, we thought now we have family here!”
Fatima, GMP Mentee
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Rachel Mealey (ABC News) covers the arrival of Syrain refugees Essam Mahmoud, Douaa Mardini and their two children through the Community Refugee...