Virtual drop-in sessions

In recognition of the necessity of social distancing during the Coronavirus outbreak, we have temporarily halted all of our face-to-face services. But this doesn't mean that you're on your own. Community Sponsorship is special because it brings people together. We'll continue to bring you together virtually to share ideas and best practice as you progress through your Community Sponsorship journey - albeit in the strangest of circumstances! 

We're hosting a series of weekly drop-in sessions on Zoom. Some weeks will have a particular theme and others will cater for all but our aim is always to help Groups connect with one another to keep up their momentum and learn from each other.

Drop-in session schedule:

The schedule will be updated weekly and includes links to access each of Reset's sessions and will also include links to sessions led by other organisations working to support Community Sponsorship Groups. 

Date and Time

Theme

Hosted by

Joining instructions

Wednesday, 08 April at 5:30pm

Supporting a family: hear from Groups with arrivied families 

Reset

Register here

Wednesday,15 April at 5:30pm

Learning about benefits from Groups who have helped families through the process

Reset

Register here

Friday, 17 April at 1:00pm

Theme TBA

Sponsor Refugees

Join here

Wednesday, 22 April at 5:30pm

Setting boundaries in your support: examples from Groups with arrived families

Reset

Register here

Friday, 24 April at 1:00pm

Theme TBA

Sponsor Refugees

 Join here

If you have an idea for a theme, let us know! Email enquiries@resetuk.org with your ideas.

How to join a Community Sponsorship drop-in session​

  • To join a Reset drop-in session, you will need to download  Zoom and register ahead of the session to receive the joining link and password. You can register for each of Reset's sessions using the links in the schedule above. Where indicated "join here" on the schedule, you won't need to register ahead of time but you may need to download Zoom on your computer.

  • It's useful if you can familiarise yourself with using Zoom before you join the call. You can find information on how to use Zoom on their website.