Moray Supports Refugees is an organisation of volunteers and groups.
We’re here to work with Moray Council and other agencies to support people coming to Moray. We’re also doing what we can to ease the suffering of those who remain in camps wherever they may be.
We’re a humanitarian organisation, working towards charitable status. We’re not party political.
There’s a lot of confusing and inaccurate information out there about the refugee crisis. We see sharing information about what’s really happening here and abroad as an important part of our work.
We continue to receive lots of donations of clothing and supplies for refugee camps overseas. Thank you! Moray cares. We are also seeking helpers to sort clothing, or to host a drop off point in your area. Contact Christine Preece firstname.lastname@example.org
Our sorting team have been working hard . Great work!
We need warm clothing, tents, toys, toiletries, blankets and camping equipment for adults, children and babies living in refugee camps.
We’re open Mondays 10-12.30, Thursdays 2-4.30, Fridays, 11.30-2pm. See our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MorayCalAid for the latest.
Directions to Moray Supports Refugees- 2 Chanonry Road North, (near Blind Spot) Elgin:
Go East (towards Aberdeen) through Elgin on A96. After roundabouts, take a left signposted CHANONRY BUSINESS park and also the RECYCLING CENTRE. Go past the recycling centre and Chanonry Road North is the second road on the right. You’ll see a row of business units on your right. Look for “Blind Spot” which is next to us. If the front access is not open, go round the back to the a glass door entrance way for all the units, near Cash For Clothes car park.
We’re also hugely grateful to our partners who have provided additional drop-off points at:
- Babalou, High Street, Forres
- ReBoot, Greshop Road, Forres
- The Drop off Caravan, Pineridge, Findhorn Foundation
- 6, Havers Place. Hopeman. If no-one in, place in Garden shed.
- The Manse, Mary Ave, Abelour
- 3 Mill Place Mosstodloch
The families coming to Moray are going to need time and space to adjust. Being friendly and helpful is the best thing we can all do. These folk will need to make new friends in Moray.