on the path to
a better life.
Your donations will support refugees and displaced populations fleeing war and persecution as they seek safety and a chance for a new life.
Giving your time to fundraise for us can magnify your impact, as you raise both money and awareness of this crisis.
Want to be part of the team? We would love to hear from you.
Because every child deserves hope to a better future
Goodwill Caravan is a non-profit humanitarian charity that covers refugee protection projects including emergency aid distributions, sheltering the most vulnerable, and legal and medical support for refugees in the UK and Greece. We are registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales (registration no 1176314).
Goodwill Caravan empower the refugees they support by giving them the skills they will need to become fully functional members of their new societies, whether that is in Greece or other European countries they are relocated to. In doing so we also aim to alleviate the burden on already overstretched public services in host nations such as Greece.
Our vision and mission
Access to basic necessities
Shelter for the most vulnerable
Free legal support
Education for all
Free access to medical care
Integration and self sustainment
You can make a difference
Refugees in Greece are in danger of losing a second Ramadan to this global pandemic. Help us feed 3000 families this Ramadan .
Help distribute Ramadan food packs to refugees, the homeless and vulnerable families.
Ramadan Appeal 2021
Refugees have been helped
Vulnerable families have been sheltered
Legal cases have been success
Explore Our Latest Causes
Ramadan Appeal 2021
22 Apr, 2021
Make a difference with £10 a month
26 Oct, 2020
Reunify a family today
26 Oct, 2020
Goodwill Caravan have run emergency protection projects across the world for vulnerable populations, unaccompanied minors and refugees, primarily focusing on Europe.
Here is what our beneficiaries
want to say to our donors:
“I wanna just to say thank you for the food and clothes. May god bless all the members of goodwill caravan..”
Ninah Alain – Congo
“I wanted to thank everyone who donated to Goodwill Caravan and to their hard-working staff for providing us with clothes, shoes, washing gel, masks, etc., and for making it easier for us to get through these difficult days. Thank you for not ignoring us and our needs!”
Farzin Mohammad – Afghanistan
“I would like to thank Goodwill Caravan donors and the team for allowing and helping us to learn English”
Abdurahman Hassan – Iraq
Here are some of our success stories
Fawaz is only 11 years old and after escaping war in Syria, he has been living alone in detention centres and refugee camps in Greece for the past 18 months, despite having family in the U.K. It has been unimaginably hard for this little boy, alone and unable to...
We’d like to introduce you to an incredibly courageous and resilient young man; his name is Najib. Najib was only 10 years old when his family home in the Syrian city of Homs was hit in an airstrike in 2013. He was declared dead and about to be buried when his mother...
"I barely managed to pull out my children out of the rubble of a collapsing building after our neighbourhood was struck by airstrikes" We met little Omar and his 2 siblings and mother, living in a remote refugee camp, north of Greece. The family had been stuck, living...
Just like the rest of the world we too have felt the harsh effects of the global pandemic, but the refugees we serve have perhaps suffered more than most. Not only is there the risk of disease, but also the reduction in their ability to access crucial services due to the measures in place to curtail the spread of COVID-19. We, like other NGOs, have seen huge cuts in our funding and this has inevitably had an impact on the ground in Greece.
However we are also very proud of how our team has adapted and found new ways of working, so that we can carry on helping the most vulnerable, in the face of this global health crisis. Our aid distributions, education classes, legal and medical services have all carried on, albeit with alterations in place to protect both staff and refugees.