Collective Calling is an non profit, for purpose humanitarian organisation that was created to bring people together to help those who are suffering or less fortunate than the most of us. Never has a point in time needed humanity more than it has now. We are calling everyone that has had a calling to help those in need, to join us on our mission.​


Paul Carr the secretary of Collective Calling made his way to the island when pictures of the young Syrian toddler, Aylan Kurdi washed up onshore emerged. Paul helped with beach rescues, food / clothing distribution and family support with kind donations. Since then we have been active on the Greek islands of Lesvos & Chios, mainland Greece and Serbia. With generous donations we have distributed 1000's kg of food, 100's NFI's (Non Food Items) , baby provisions, children's toys and more.


After seeing with our own eyes how much was needed to be done, how much our help was appreciated, and the true devastating reality of what refugees are enduring, Collective Calling are the steps that we have taken to try and give back to those less fortunate and privileged than we are.


A year on, Collective Calling are now active in projects that aim to help the socially vulnerable / homeless in Spain and people enduring extreme poverty in Kenya, whilst continuing with our main focus to support vulnerable refugees in Europe. Check out our project list and see how you can help us in our mission to help those in need.




Where there are people in need, we’ll be there lending a hand, a smile, and an encouraging word.

 

 


To gather people who have had a similar calling to help those in need. Collectively we can make a difference.

Our mission:

HOMELESS

Our work in Spain consists of supporting the homeless and people that are classed as "socially vulnerable". We are currently supporting 56 registered homeless persons in district one of Malaga.

REFUGEE

2016 saw the year that 10,000's of refugees made there way to Greece in hope for a safer tomorrow. We continue our work in Greece with aid distributions and "The Humanity Centre" project on Lesvos.

EXTREME POVERTY

 In the slums of Njenga and Sinai in Nairobi, not many people have access to clean drinking water. Our water and sanitation project will provide access to clean water for 100's of local residents. Find out how you can help here.



Collectively, we are making a difference