Please donate now. Your donation, big or small, makes a difference. We urgently need your support to help refugees and asylum seekers at risk of navigating a hostile environment alone.
How to donate
There are a few different ways you can donate to Manuel Bravo Project.
Donate online through our secure Givey page.
Give as you Live lets us get donations from over 4,300 top stores as you shop online. It’s free to sign up. You shop with them, they donate to us!
Send a cheque
If you’re sending a cheque, please make it payable to Manuel Bravo Project. Send it to our office:
Manuel Bravo Project
Unity Business Centre
26 Roundhay Road
Donate through your bank
You can donate directly from your bank with a regular standing order. To set this up email, [email protected].
If you’re a UK tax payer, please fill in the gift aid declaration. We’ll be able to reclaim 25p for every £1 you give.
Send the form back to our office by emailing or posting it to us.
As a charity, we rely on donations from generous people like you. Without this help we cannot give refugees and asylum seekers legal support.
Everyone deserves to feel safe. No one should have to deal with a complicated immigration system alone. Or be forced to return to an unsafe country, putting their lives at risk. This is what our clients face every day, alone and in a foreign country.
Your donation saves lives. It helps us give our clients the legal support they need.
How we use your donation
Every donation makes a difference. When you donate, you help to create a safe, supportive network for refugees and asylum seekers.
Here are some of the things your donation pays for.
- £5 covers the travel costs to a court hearing
- £10 pays for a supporting letter from a GP for a client, or a police subject access request
- £25 pays for translation of a one page document
- £50 covers the cost of getting a client’s medical records, or pays for one hour of interpreting
- £160 covers the cost of an oral court hearing
- £500-800 pays for a country experts report
- £1500 pays for a medico-legal experts report.