Project Dignity

Supporting Refugees Seeking Asylum

Project Dignity is a TBI initiative that was formed from seeing Jewish history reflected in the plight of refugees from many nations who have come to Australia as a place of safety from war and persecution.

Through partnerships with other religious and community organisations that have a similar commitment, Project Dignity is focused on supporting people of refugee and asylum-seeker backgrounds. The group runs practical, educational and cultural activities aimed at breaking down cultural and religious barriers, relieving poverty and disadvantage, and developing shared understandings and a sense of community.

The Project Dignity Crisis Relief Program was created in response to this year’s COVID-19 crisis, which has increased the isolation and hardship experienced by refugee students and families seeking asylum in Australia. As many are not eligible for Government assistance, and do not have sufficient basic provisions to survive, the Crisis Relief Program aims to provide them with access to these bare essentials.

For more information about the Project Dignity Crisis Relief program, please click here.

To make a donation to the program, please click here.

For more information, or if you would like to become involved with Project Dignity, please contact us.