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No-Deportation - Financial Appeal 2024 - The Times They Are Inflating

Come gather around people wherever you roam
And admit that prices around us have grown
And accept that that soon we all will be skint to the bone

Help Keep the No-Deportation Boat Afloat

We need to raise £2,500 to keep No-Deportations going until the end of 2024

Best Way If you can, take out a Standing Order for £5 a month
If not feasible, give thought to making a small donation of £5 - £10 - £15 - £20 - £25
January through December this year, 2023, has been the worst year ever for those seeking safety in European Countries, with untimely deaths, poverty, detention, imprisonment, homelessness and hopelessness.
Proposed New Immigration legislation will attempt to stop all new arrivals and any that do arrive, will be given short shrift.
There has been a change in how monies can be paid to small groups that do charitable work. The bank that used to hold the named account,' No-Deportation', closed the account as it did all of their charitable accounts. As a result, we lost 95% of our Standing orders and were unable to get them back. (See below: Access to Bank Accounts for Charitable Organisations)
So, any donations to No-Deportations will have to be made to John O's account; this is just an account for donations for the work of No-Deportations.
If donating, please use a bank transfer *Details at the end of message
In Solidarity,
John O for 'No-Deportations'
[EDM 261 Access to Bank Accounts for Charitable Organisations
EDM (Early Day Motion) 261: tabled on 07 July 2022, by Barry Sheerman MP for Huddersfield
That this House notes the brilliant work of the charitable sector and the positive impact charities have on communities across the country;
recognises that charities must be supported to thrive and the unique role Government plays in creating the conditions by which the third sector can flourish;
further notes that charities require access to finance and bank accounts so they can operate in the public interest;
is therefore concerned about reports that charities are finding it increasingly difficult to access banking services;
believes that if these difficulties are left unresolved the delivery of charity services will be at risk;
and calls on the Government to work with banks, UK Finance and third-sector groups to solve the issues experienced by charities and ensure they have access to financial services that are crucial for their running.]
There has not been a response from the Government to above
As a result, small groups that do charitable work, now have to use personal accounts to raise funds to continue working.
Please note that due to new rules by banks, you can no longer set up 'Trustee Accounts', which has been the normal way of appealing for funds for charitable work.
Take out a 'Standing order' to Support the work of 'No-Deportations.'
'Standing orders are the best way to support 'No-Deportations', which provides regular monthly income.
If you take out a standing order, please notify "No-Deportations' of the date the standing order is to start and the amount.
*To take out a standing order from your bank to 'No Deportations' - Or donate by Direct Bank Transfer for No-Deportations, the following is the information you will have to give to your bank.
Your Reference: Donation to No-Deportations
Account John O
Santander Unit 6, Caxton Gate Corporation St Birmingham B2 4LP
Sort Code 09 01 34
Account Number: 68461604
If you donate by bank transfer or standing order, please notify "No-Deportations' of the amount so we can send a receipt.


With thanks,
John O for 'No-Deportations'