Our Vision

To be a safe place where those seeking refuge and protection are welcomed, valued, and find support to rebuild their lives with dignity

Our Mission

We will befriend and support asylum seekers and refugees throughout their journey

We welcome

We befriend

We support

We signpost

We value

Nottingham Rainbow Project began in 2001 at St Stephens with St Pauls in Hyson Green. The vision was to be an inclusive and multi cultural church. This led to the support and befriending  of asylum seekers and refugees. The project continues to work in partnership with Diocese of Southwell. The focus of the project is supporting and befriending asylum seekers and refugees at throughout their journey. Our office is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 10am to 4pm.


Annual report 2016 to 2017

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Our Funders:

Diocese of Southwell and Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City Council, Communities of Identity, Nottingham Together, Allen Lane Foundation, Big Lottery, Communities Inc , The People’s Trust

Our funders make it possible for us to have the impact that we do through our projects and activities.