Asha supports asylum seekers to live in safety and with dignity. We promote the social integration of asylum seekers and refugees.

If you wish to offer your support to asylum seekers or think you can benefit from our services, please get in touch or come and find us at The Asha Centre, Unit 7, Cooper Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 4DW.

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Asha is proud to be a partner of Sporting Communities, whose strapline is: Working with communities to learn how to serve them best. For more information about Sporting Communities, click here.

Charity Commission number: 1176934 | Company number: CE013097

The Asha Drummers share their music at Alsager’s One World Fair

The Asha Drummers performed to a very appreciative crowd at the Alsager One World Fair on Saturday 5th October.  The drummers come from a number of African nations;  Godefroid  from Rwanda, Keita  from Guinea,  Guigui from Ivory Coast, Tamba from Sierre Leone and Bertrand from Cameroon. The group, lead by Keita, mainly performed West African

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NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Nurses visit Asha 21 September 2019

Angie Powers writes: Gloria and I received a warm welcome from Godefroid and the Volunteers when we arrived at Asha. There was a large group of women that were interested in the screening programme and so we did 3 presentations. The women engaged with us and genuinely seemed interested in the programme. There was lots

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A commemoration of the life of Debashish Chakraborty will take place at Asha on Wednesday 25 September from 5 to 6.00 pm – ALL WELCOME

On Tuesday 10th September Godfrey received this devastating news from Debashish’s brother. It is with great sadness that the family of Debashish Chakraborty announces Debashish Chakraborty unnatural death, on Saturday night (7 September 2019) Debashish was missing from home and 8 September was reported to Police from the family. On Monday debasing body was found in

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Tasha’s Challenge

Tasha Zacune, a long-time supporter of Asha, is walking to raise money for the British Red Cross to continue their support for asylum seekers and refugees. Tasha writes: I know the BRC assists many people at ASHA and this is why I decided to complete this challenge of walking 108 miles in September. I have

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