At LASSN we’re tremendously grateful for all the support you give us, and we love to talk about what you help us to achieve.
Why not invite us along to your school, or place of worship to explain a bit about what we do, and how we try to help Leeds to be a kinder, friendlier place?
In July we visited Garforth School. We were invited to visit by long term supporter and sometime English at Home Coordinator, David Skivington. We went with Emily – a refugee from Zimbabwe – who shared her story with 250 pupils. Emily told a difficult story of persecution, trafficking and modern slavery to the whole of year ten, who then asked questions about her journey, and completed an exercise (based on this useful game about escaping from Syria) where they were asked to image making a dangerous journey from a war-torn country in an attempt to reach safety.
Get in touch with us by emailing [email protected] or by calling 07845 298 047 and let us share some our stories with people you know.