IMG_8692Sanctuary in Chichester is a group of 200 or so local people committed to making the Chichester area a welcoming place for refugees and asylum seekers. Find out what we do and how to get involved.

The refugee crisis is the biggest in our time since World War II and we feel the need to take action at home. Read more about the crisis.

We launched a fundraising campaign to raise £40,000 by the end of 2019 and the response so far has been fantastic.
You can donate here if you wish to help.

Fundraising Chichester concert
Musicians and singers will use poetry readings, music and song to explore the refugee experience on Saturday, 2 June, 7.30pm at St Paul’s Parish Centre. Admission is free. No ticket or pre-booking required, with all donations going to Sanctuary in Chichester and Portsmouth’s Friends Without Borders.

Find out about our other forthcoming local events here.

We’re part of the City of Sanctuary movement.