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Support for Children & Families

Birth Partner Project

Aim to provide women with access to birth partner support during pregnancy, birth and the first weeks with their new-born baby. Can also support with other pregnancy related issues. 

Bundles of Joy

Highfields Church, Monthermer Road, Cathays, Cardiff. CF24 4QW

Tel: 029 2065 0740


Provide hospital packs for pregnant refugees and asylum seekers. Email for further information.


The Gate Arts Centre, Keppoch Street, Cardiff. CF24 3JW

Tel: 029 2048 3344


Fridays from 10:00am to 11:45am in term time. 

Providing clothing and equipment for children aged 0 to 5 years. No referral needed. Stay and Play for parents and children at the same time.

Home Start Cymru - Family Support Services

Tel: 029 2036 0876

Tel: 029 2063 0903


Home-Start Cymru offer practical and emotional support to families living in Cardiff. They offer support to refugee and asylum seeker families who have at least one child under the age of 11.

Volunteers offer 1:1 support to families who are struggling to cope with a variety of challenges, including post natal illness, budgeting on low income, disability, isolation, the demands of parenting young children, bereavement and multiple births. They help to prevent these difficulties escalating into crises which may lead to family breakdown. 
You can self refer to or be referred by a professional such as a health visitor, social worker, or Team Around the Family.

Little Smarties

All Nations Church, Cardiff.


Little Smarties is part of All Nations Church social action. The team connect with local social workers, midwifes, churches, and other charities, to provide baby starter-packs and clothing and equipment for families with children from 0 to 6 years. Please email to find out more, or to recommend a pack for someone.

TGP Cymru

12 North Road, Cardiff. CF10 3DY

Tel: 029 2039 6974


Young Asylum Seekers and Refugees Programme has two participation workers who can help with accessing activities and also have opportunities for the young people to get involved in fun activities (14-25 years old).

Advocacy, Participation Group and consultation work, accessing volunteering opportunities, training and development of services and policy affecting young Asylum Seekers and Refugees. Can be referred by a RAS worker or contact via website for more information.

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