Universities and other institutions can help by providing places with fee waivers, and other support where possible, for academics who have been forced to flee their homes as a result of persecution, violence or conflict. Individual members of university communities can help Cara Fellows and their families to settle into their new, temporary, homes, and by contributing time, energy and expertise to Cara as an Adviser, Champion or Student Ambassador. There are opportunities for interns and volunteers to work in our office, to gain valuable experience of working for a charity. And, of course, anyone can help by making a donation, large or small – to make a one-off donation, click here, or to make a regular donation to our ambitious new ’10 x 20′ campaign, click here.
Please donate to support our work, which saves and transforms lives. We are grateful for all donations, large or small. Albert Einstein led our first appeal for funds in October 1933, speaking at the Royal Albert Hall about the need for urgent... read more
Volunteer & Intern
Without the involvement of willing volunteers and interns, Cara might not exist today. Cara offers a number of opportunities to interns and volunteers to support our work and gain valuable not-for-profit experience. As a small organisation Cara is reliant on the important... read more
University & Partner Support
There are a number of ways that universities and partners can assist Cara in its work. The support of the Cara Scholars at Risk UK Universities Network, now comprising 117 institutions, is central to the effective delivery of Cara’s work. Much has... read more