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The Refugee And Migrant Centre Limited

What it does
    RMC provides free, impartial & confidential advice to all asylum seekers, refugees and migrants living in the Black Country and Birmingham. Our broad approach covers many issues related to reception, settlement, integration and voluntary return. We will help anyone, regardless of country of origin, ethnicity, legal status, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.
Who works here
  • 49 employees and 128 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Other Defined Groups
Sector(s) covered
  • General Charitable Purposes
Where it operates
  • Birmingham City, Wolverhampton
How it's governed
  • UK Charity, number: 1104779
  • First registered on 06/07/2004
UN SDGs
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No Poverty
Decent Work & Economic Growth
Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £1,114,538 £1,067,564 £46,974 4 49 128 17/01/2019
31/03/2017 £776,178 £784,739 -£8,561 £320,419 4 22 135 18/12/2017
31/03/2016 £611,149 £585,700 £25,449 £328,980 6 18 100 22/12/2016
31/03/2015 £475,003 £500,466 -£25,463 10/11/2015
31/03/2014 £452,739 £372,421 £80,318 14/11/2014
31/03/2013 £383,545 £373,157 £10,388 11/10/2013
31/03/2012 £436,444 £427,844 £8,600 08/10/2012
31/03/2011 £474,832 £406,668 £68,164 26/10/2011
31/03/2010 £471,551 £411,097 £60,454 05/11/2010
31/03/2009 £332,444 £307,124 £25,320 19/01/2010
Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 9 grant making charities totalling £2,308,559

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£20,000
30/09/2018
AB Charitable Trust £20,000 towards core costs
£499,593
30/06/2018
National Lottery This project will support refugees and asylum seekers to access important information about immigration, housing, homelessness, health and welfare, family support, education, training, employment and citizenship. This support will be provided face to face via drop in sessions and appointments by people who have lived experience of immigration. Around 9,000 people in the Black Country are expected to be helped through this project.
£20,000
30/09/2017
AB Charitable Trust £20,000 towards core costs
£10,000
30/06/2017
Garfield Weston Foundation Project to support destitute asylum seekers, refugees and vulnerable homeless migrants and rough sleepers in the Black Country (Wolverhampton, Walsall, Sandwell and Dudley and Birmingham
£99,000
28/02/2017
Henry Smith Charity towards three years' continuation funding of the salary of a Caseworker at a project supporting asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants in the West Midlands
£100,000
31/12/2016
Barrow Cadbury To support the Refugee and Migrant Centre in Birmingham.
£499,384
31/12/2016
National Lottery The project will assist refugees and migrants through crisis and disadvantage by removing barriers to their integration, enabling them to become equal citizens. It’s based on and will replicate the successful operation the Refugee and Migrant Centre has delivered in Wolverhampton for the past 17 years. A large part of the project involves comprehensive help in obtaining and sustaining suitable accommodation. Help with health and wellbeing will also a focus, along with support accessing employment.
£50,000
22/11/2016
Lloyds Bank Foundation After a successful pilot this established charity is seeking to place an experienced caseworker at its new Birmingham office. Support will be given to new refugees and asylum seekers through their transition and vulnerable journey.
£40,000
31/10/2016
Comic Relief Refugee and Migrant Centre Wolverhampton and the black Country.
£10,000
30/09/2016
AB Charitable Trust £10,000 towards core costs
£90,000
30/04/2016
Tudor Trust over three years towards the start up of an advice and support centre for refugees and migrants in Birmingham
£170,000
31/03/2016
Paul Hamlyn Foundation RMC wish to address the widening gap in Birmingham in comprehensive advice and support for asylum seekers, refugees and vulnerable migrants. RMC aim to build a broad remit, sustainable service offering professional, timely advice to a wide, inclusive client group. Beneficiaries will access free, face to face, seamless, wrap around advice and support at crucial times in their lives. Initially priority will be given to immigration, destitution/homelessness, health and welfare related issues. When the service is established, RMC aim to offer wider services including health, education and employment services.
£70,000
23/01/2016
Barrow Cadbury To support the Refugee and Migrant Centre to extend its provision to Birmingham
£10,000
30/09/2015
AB Charitable Trust £10,000 towards core costs
£50,000
31/12/2014
Tudor Trust over two years as continuation funding towards the chief executive's salary and core costs for this advice and support centre in Wolverhampton
£10,000
30/09/2014
AB Charitable Trust £10,000 towards core costs
£50,000
30/06/2014
Paul Hamlyn Foundation Supported Options Initiative Phase 2 grant
£399,882
02/06/2014
National Lottery Not Available
£10,000
31/05/2014
Paul Hamlyn Foundation Supported Options Initiative Phase 2 bridging grant
£35,000
28/03/2014
Lloyds Bank Foundation Provision of qualified advice and support to vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers. Which is able to also cut through the language and cultural barriers to address issues including destitution, debt, poor housing and ill health.
£65,700
25/01/2014
Barrow Cadbury Consolidation of RMC services
How effective is it?
Outputs Outcomes
01/04/2017-31/03/2018
7300 People assisted

Our comments: No data provided on impact achieved

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Governance
Trustees (7)
  • David Oliver (2 trusteeships)
  • Martin John Cartwright
  • Dr John Black
  • Richard Ashwell
  • Angela Spence
  • Anne-Marie Powell
  • Sheila Collett
Main office

1ST FLOOR, ROMA PARVA
9, WATERLOO ROAD
WOLVERHAMPTON
WV1 4NB

Objectives

THE RELIEF OF HARDSHIP AMONG ASYLUM SEEKERS, REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS BY THE PROVISION OF INFORMATION, ADVICE AND SUPPORT.