Cover Photo

Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project

Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project (BASP)


Since 2001, the Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project (BASP) has been supporting asylum seekers and refugees settle in the Australian community.  BASP has relied on donations to provide

·         Housing

·         Emergency relief money

·         Employment and training

·         Food

·         Legal help

·         Teaching English in the home

·         Providing household goods

·         Interpreting

·         Moral support and encouragement

Current Accommodation Provided

BASP provides housing for 110-120 people at any one time - some are individuals in share houses and some are families.

We do a lot with a little.

There are 42,500 people seeking asylum in Australia, with an estimated 15,000 of those in Victoria. Small not-for-profit organisations like BASP undertake a substantial amount of the work in supporting these people. Since its inception, BASP has worked with thousands of individuals and families. At any one time, BASP works with at least 250 families and individuals.  This is done from a base of 3 EFT staff and 200 active volunteers.

Contact Details

54 Beaconsfield Parade


Are donations tax deductible?


Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.