We're transforming an old bank on Harlesden High Street into an education centre for young refugees.

Building hopeful futures together

This development will transform our work and enable more young refugees to access our services.

We are incredibly passionate about creating a space for young refugees to feel safe and to progress with their education. There is no better place for it than Harlesden, an area which embodies the diversity and vibrancy which makes REUK what it is.

As REUK expands nationally, we'll remain embeded locally in the part of London we call home.

The new centre will be a safe and welcoming space for young refugees with confidential meeting rooms, open spaces to run activities and training, and social spaces for young refugees to meet others in similar situations. Scroll down for a virtual tour. 

"The building project is good for refugees," explains Diwa.

To refurbishment is underway.

Can you help us get this project over the line?

We're so grateful for those who have contributed to the refurbishment so far, including the London Borough of Brent, the Architectural Heritage Fund, Historic England, The Garfield Weston Foundation, The Bernard Sunley Foundation, The Clothworkers Foundation, Allchurches Trust, Laing Family Trusts, Jigsaw Consult and many, many generous individuals.

We still need to raise £200K to complete the project. Please help us finish laying the foundations for many years of positive work to come. 

Can you help us get this project over the line?

Watch our CEO, Catherine, share our vision for the building...

Welcome! Come for a vitual tour...

Why do we love Harlesden?