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.
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
Asha’s children may even have two toys this Christmas and we think they deserve them. This is thanks to the Longton Tesco/Stoke City FC Christmas Toy Appeal and Keele students who are also collecting for Asha. Angela attended the Tesco/Stoke FC launch conducted by Cllr Jackie Barnes, Lord Mayor of Stoke-on Trent and the
9 November 2019 Eight members of Alsager Justice and Peace visited the Women and Children groups on their way to visit the City Centre Mosque. The morning was just getting underway when they arrived and after preliminary introductions the group spread out to talk to some of our volunteers and Mums. This was followed by
4 November 2019 Led by Matt Pointon, Project Officer for the TUC You Learn and Shaun Pender (Unite), 35 Asha users gathered to get pointers about the world of work which included role playing interviews. The only hiccup was that Asha had thought that Matt had arranged for food to be brought in and Matt
30 October 2019 This was the heading of a half page spread in the Leek Post and Times! Cars and an eight-seater taxi delivered Asha staff and users to Trinity Church in Leek to litter pick around the Wednesday market and nearby streets. This was no ordinary litter pick! Greeted by the Town Mayor, Cllr
18 October 2019 Tamba Musa was the inspiration behind this workshop which was attended by 27 asylum seekers from different background and ethnicities who came together to learn about the importance of rubbish collection and recycling. Godfrey Seminega was introduced by Tamba and he led an inter-active session on what to put in the different
5 October 2019 ‘Get down to the beat’ was the title given by the Alsager Chronicle to a picture of Asha’s African drummers on the front page of the Alsager Chronicle’s report on the Alsager One World Festival. With Pauline dancing ‘to the beat’ others joined in including some of Asha Mums and children who