Call For Duty places vulnerable people at the forefront of its activity. They will always remain our top priority.
Its a fact that today there are countless refugees, immigrants, their children and young people who feel afraid and uncertain about their future in the UK. They are scared, often feel unwelcome and are unable to cope with their daily lives in a new country. Call For Duty works with them daily – creating a sense of hope, reassurance, solace and comfort.
We try to alleviate their fears, guide them in the right direction, provide the information and the on the ground support that they need and provide an outstretched hand and a smile which says – Don’t worry. All will be well.
- We approach them, we listen to them and let them feel that they are not alone, that they must not give up and we are at their side.
- We disrupt many disadvantaged. There are peoples who are facing one or more disadvantages. We assist them to step by step no matter how long it takes.
- We support children and young people to cope with the trauma either from a sexual exploitation or conflict areas they came from or racial discrimination. We help them and try to get justice for the crimes made against them.
- We alleviate their pain and poverty. Too many millions of peoples live in poverty in the UK, this has an effect on their dignity, mental and physical well-being and future life opportunities.
Many Immigrants Families are not given the opportunities to break free from poverty and instead, the problem is getting worse in the UK, not better.
- We work with child refugees fleeing war. Refugee and migrant children who reach the UK, sometimes on their own, need help to stay safe and rebuild their lives. More than half of these young people experience mental health problems and many grow up in extreme poverty.