A) to provide relief to refugees, and asylum seekers (including those granted exceptional leave to remain) and their dependants, regardless of their race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, sex, marital status, sexuality, social class, disability or hiv status, who are resident in the area of benefit and in conditions of need and distress.
b) to preserve and protect the physical and mental health or such refugees and asylum seekers by assisting them to access the health services appropriate their needs.
c) to provide information, advice and support to refugees and asylum seekers in accessing training and to help ensure that their children receive the education they are entitled to by law, including language support where needed.
d) to promote and assist refugees and asylum seekers in obtaining suitable employment
e) to help refugees, asylum seekers and their dependants access grants and services of all kinds from other charitable organisations.
f) to educate the general public about issues affecting refugees and asylum seekers.