Referral partners

We work with other charities and organisations who support refugees and people seeking asylum. We call them ‘referral partners’ because they refer refugees and people seeking asylum to us who need a bike.

If you are already speaking with one of these organisations, ask them to help you get a bike.


Referral partners in London: Action for Refugees Lewisham, Refugees Welcome Crawley, Care4Calais, The Happy Baby Community, British Red Cross, Breadwinners, West Hampstead Welcomes, SDCAS, Dulwich College, The London Borough of Hounslow, The Newham Community Renewal Programme, CARAS, Action for Children, Together with Migrant Children, The Salvation Army, Dost Centre for Young Refugees and Migrants, London Borough of Camden, Refugee Action, Pathfinders Care Services, Birkberk University, Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants, Citizens UK, Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group, Hope for the Young, Freedom from Torture, RefuAid, Outcome Islington Mind, Centrepoint, Helen Bamber Foundation, Jesuit Refugee Service UK, West London Welcome, Migrant Help, Greenwich Inclusion Project (GRIP), HostNation, Waging Peace, Age United, Praxis Community Projects, RAMFEL, Room to Heal, Ealing Christadelphians, Bosco College, Hackney Migrant Centre, Kent County Council, Young Roots*, Breaking Barriers*

Note: Young Roots and Breaking Barriers are currently only able to get bikes for people who are already being supported by them

West Midlands

Referral partners in the West Midlands: British Red Cross, Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre, Refugee Action, Migrant Help, Journey LGBT Asylum Group, Moseley Community Development Trust, Refugee and Migrant Centre, Care4Calais, Wolverhampton City Council, St Paul’s Church in the Jewellery Quarter, Hope Projects, Together For Change, The Refugee Council, Barnado’s Birmingham, Dudley Integrated Health and Care NHS Trust, Bilston People’s Centre, Birmingham Community Housing, St Chad’s Sanctuary, Breaking Barriers, Restore, Coventry City Council

Other areas

Teesside: The Arrival Practice, Stockton Baptist Church

Oxford: Asylum Welcome – Youth Project

Cambridge: The Baca Charity, Cambridge Refugee Resettlement Campaign (CRRC)

Do you work with refugees and people seeking asylum?

We are always keen to connect with other charities and refugee/asylum support organisations.

If you are interested in becoming a referral partner, please register your interest and we will be in touch.