Monoplus: Asylum-Seekers


As part of the diocesan  Reech eng Hand project, the International English-Speaking Catholic Community supports the work of the Luxembourg Red Cross with Persons seeking International Protection (asylum) in Luxembourg. We organise volunteers for various activities for mateneen-logo-colourresidents at different reception centres in Luxembourg City and elsewhere. Our initiative is called “Monoplus” and we benefit from the financial support of the Mateneen project of the Oeuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte.

Volunteers needed…

… for any of the following tasks (depending on needs at a given time, requirements may fluctuate):
• help with language coaching for residents
• give a hand with children’s activities
• accompany residents to cultural and social activities
• assist residents to integrate into life in Luxembourg
• help with mobile library, bibliotherapy
• organise sporting and fitness activities

If you would like to volunteer for – or coordinate – any of the above, or propose another type of activity, please contact us at and we will put you in touch with the appropriate person.

If you would like to donate clothes, books, toys or other items, please go to

If you would like to make a financial donation, please go to


Due to the restrictions imposed on account of the COVID-19 crisis,  no volunteering activities involving direct contact with refugees are possible until further notice.

UPDATE MAY 4:  Appeal for : 1) summer clothes for children and babies (3m -12m); 2) bicycles, scooters and inline skates for children (8 -12 years) at Don Bosco/Lily Unden centre at 162, avenue de la Faïencerie, Limpertsberg. Donations may be brought there between 9am and 4.30pm, Mondays to Fridays. Please give advance notice (tel. 27555480, email ), so that items may be accepted in front of the building, rather than inside it; 3) men’s summer clothing (small to medium sizes) for Logopédie centre, 4 place Thomas Edison, Strassen

UPDATE June 8: for vulnerable refugee or unregistered families : ASTI offers help (food aid) to unregistered migrant families in difficulty due to the Covid-19 situation: To help ASTI in this effort, see here



Thank you for your support!