Please take our survey and help us ensure ongoing and reliable services for our refugee friends.
The JRS community is a unique, tight knit community, made of refugees, supporters, volunteers, and staff. Together we all are dedicated to standing in solidarity with refugees in the UK who are destitute or detained at the hands of a harsh asylum system. It is a unique community where we can all find strength and encouragement from each other.
Your support and understanding is crucial to our work, as without it we cannot continue our mission to serve. JRS depends heavily on your generosity, advocacy and prayers. With this in mind, we would like you to take part in our first ever Supporter Survey.
The aim of the survey is to get to know you better, recognising that your motivations for accompanying refugees enables our work. Secondly, learning more about you may help us reach out to people who, like you, have compassion for refugees and would like to support JRS to ensure its continued services. Thirdly, your answers will help us to communicate with you better about your donations and the work you make possible.
As we approach the end of what has been an unexpected year, with a global pandemic having had a particularly devastating affect on the lives of our refugee friends and their access to support, JRS UK are starting to prepare for 2021. Together, with your help, we want to ensure ongoing and reliable services of accompaniment for our refugee friends, alongside effective advocacy which gives them a voice.
We would be ever so grateful if you could spare 10 minutes to share a little about yourself and your relationship with JRS UK. Once again, our work is enabled by you, you are an important part of our community, so thank you for your ongoing support.
If you have any questions regarding the survey, please do not hesitate to contact Jessica on 020 7488 7321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning more about you may help us reach out to people who, like you, have compassion for refugees and would like to support JRS