A Refugee Family in Calais- October 2016. He is civil engineer and she is a lawyer. They left Iraq 6 months ago and have been refused refugee status in Norway. Photo Credits: Tom Hayton
Technology has changed the world in unbelievable ways and we know that it has the power to improve the lives of men, women and children who have been displaced from their homes.
Our mission is to enable and coordinate the tech community’s response to improving the lives of refugees through funding projects that provide access to technology, education, identity, health and social inclusion.
We need your help to raise £100,000 to support refugees in need around the world.
Hear from Techfugees Founder Mike Butcher, Editor at Large Techcrunch:
Read more about Techfugees on our Website and check out the projects and teams on the ground that we are supporting from our social media channels (Facebook Group, Slack & Blog ).
Rewards / Prize draws (Donations by November 29!)
Donate £25... enter a draw to win 1 of 10 TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon tickets happening in London this December 2016
Donate £100... enter a draw to win 1 of 12 TechCrunch Disrupt Conference tickets happening in London this December 2016 — tickets £1200/each value.
Donate £500... enter a draw to win 2 VIP TechCrunch Disrupt Conference Dinner tickets on Monday 5 December — £2,000/each value, AND be on our thank you wall of donors publicly available on our website and receive exclusive free tickets to all Techfugees events.
Many thanks to TechCrunch Disrupt and Twilio for their generous donation of the tickets to support our crowdfunding campaign!
A wall painted in the Jungle of calais just by the school. Photo Credits: Tom Hayton
Two kids playing in the camp of Grande Synthe. Photo Credits: Tom Hayton
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