We spoke to some of the many people who have volunteered on our convoys over the past two years about their experience. You can watch and listen to what they have to say in our latest video.
The Great CamCRAG Nappy Convoy – what a fantastic response! We received more nappies and sanitary towels than we expected and managed to squeeze hundreds and hundreds into our friend Lucy’s car, ready to go to the CalAID warehouse in Slough this weekend. They will then be sent from there to Ioannina in northern Greece,… Read More The Great CamCRAG nappy convoy departs!
Here’s a special offer for all our supporters – buy one, give one free on all nappies and sanitary towels! We’re collecting nappies and sanitary towels for a refugee project in Greece run by our friends CalAid where they are desperately needed by women there. These products are expensive in Greece so CalAid will be… Read More Special offer: Buy one, give one free!
Thank you to everyone who came along to our recent donations drop off in Newnham! Packages included food, 30 blankets, six sleeping bags, shoes, clothes, backpacks and other items. Keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for the next drop off event. The next donations drop off events will be at St Philips… Read More Thank you for your donations!
On Tuesday June 20 there’ll be laughter for a good cause at the University Centre in Cambridge. Cambridge Wine Merchants presents Wine Gums for CamCRAG, a night of comedy raising funds for our work. The night starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £10 advance and £12 on the door. The lineup includes some of the… Read More Book now for fundraising comedy night
The next CamCRAG food donations drop off event will be at St Mark’s Church, Newnham on Sunday 11th June from 1pm-3pm. Bring along your food donations to be taken on the next CamCRAG convoy to the warehouse in Calais where they will be distributed to refugees in Northern France. The current items most required are: tinned fish… Read More Food donations drop off event June 11
CamCRAG has helped fund a project providing clean blankets for refugees in Paris. We learnt from Calaid that blankets which had been donated to aid groups in the city were laying unused. Refugees on the streets are being forced to survive in horrendous conditions and there have been outbreaks of diseases and lice meaning the… Read More 2,000 blankets cleaned for refugees in Paris