No Name Kitchen works in Europe, predominantly the Mediterranean and the Balkans, to provide humanitarian aid and political help for migrants and refugees.
No Name Kitchen provides practical humanitarian aid, including hygiene kits, food vouchers and clothing. It also collects testimonies of experiences at national borders, and contributes to the Border Violence Monitoring Network to advocate on behalf of refugees and migrating people.
How You Can Help
Time: several weeks; placements typically last 4+ weeks
Volunteer for No Name Kitchen at one of its locations, for a minimum of four weeks. Please note volunteers must be aged over 18, and must be prepared for stressful conditions and roles with responsibility. English is a required language for volunteers.
Donate to No Name Kitchen on a one-off, monthly or annual basis. There are options to choose which cause you prefer to support (clothing and food/health, water and hygiene/legal protection). You can also purchase merchandise from No Name Kitchen’s online shop.
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Serbia, Spain
Learn more: https://www.nonamekitchen.org/
(This information was updated 20/11/22 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)