Welcome to MAP Middlesbrough

Methodist Asylum Project

What we do at MAP Middlesbrough

MAP Middlesbrough offers practical support and social opportunities to those seeking asylum in Middlesbrough, and to refugees. We have been working with asylum-seekers and refugees locally since 2002.

We aim to create welcoming spaces, where there is an instant sense of community. MAP developed out of a project of the Middlesbrough and Eston Circuit of the Methodist Church, and registered as a charity in 2009.

We offer a varied programme of services including 2nd hand clothing and household goods distribution, a regular weekly activities programme, and one-off classes, collaborations, outings and activities, which are often delivered in partnership with others.

Interested in Volunteering with MAP?

All of our services are run by our friendly and committed volunteers.  We could not do it without them!

Become A MAP Volunteer

Recent News

Our Football team on BBC

March 19th, 2019|0 Comments

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MAP football in the Guardian

May 21st, 2018|0 Comments

The Championship club, with a charity, help more than 30 refugees and asylum seekers to socialise, learn English and play football ..... More information 13th April 2018