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Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Detainees (CARAD)

CARAD was formed in 2000 when the then Australian government issued Temporary Protection Visas (TPV) which provoked community opposition to this harsh new law.

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Our partnership with Food Rescue ensures that CARAD clients have fresh fruit and vegetables. However we need to keep our pantry stocked. Visit to find our list of needed items.
Accepts donations of Food

Eat. Share. Connect. GIVE. event- Renata

A multicultural dinner with various foods from all over the world to celebrate and support refugees!

CARAD Winter Fundraising Appeal

Help CARAD meet the demands of more people needing emergency relief assistance this winter

Spring Compassion In Action Appeal

There are still hundreds of other people seeking safety in Western Australia who will be relying on CARAD now more than ever. We can do this with your help.

Eat. Share. Connect. GIVE.

'Eat. Share. Connect. GIVE.' is a wonderful opportunity to get a group together to enjoy a meal, try new recipes, and support CARAD.

Eat. Share. Connect. GIVE. event- Elijah

Sharing a meal to raise funds for CARAD, the Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Detainees.

Eat. Share. Connect. GIVE. event- James

Dinner with food from a country in crisis to raise money and awareness for CARAD and Refugee Week

CARAD Christmas Appeal 2017

As we come to the end of 2017, we look at the incredible impact we have been able to make with the generous donations of our supporters.

Contact Details

245 Stirling Street

PERTH WA, 6000