The Bethan Roper Trust for Refugees has been set up in memory of a truly amazing human being who dedicated her life to the struggles of others. Bethan was taken from us in a tragic accident at the age of 28 years old, which was an unimaginable loss to not only everyone who knew and loved her, but to all those who she had met through her work, travels, and the people affected by her commitment to making the world a better place, which is why we have decided to continue some of the work Bethan was so passionate about through the Bethan Roper Trust.
The Bethan Roper Trust for Refugees will focus on continuing Bethan’s tireless work towards the struggles and injustices faced by asylum seekers and refugees with an emphasis on improving the lives of asylum seekers and refugees and assisting the reunification of families torn apart due to circumstances outside of their control.
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News from the Trust
Until the Time Comes
We received an email in response to our Chair, Adrian Roper’s comments published by the Western Mail. The email contained a wonderful poem by Mr Phil Madden which we’re happy[…]Read more
Grant Rode Across Britain for Refugees
Grant Duncan, a trustee of Cartrefi Cymru is undertaking the Ride Across Britain challenge to raise a staggering £980 to support the Bethan Roper Trust for Refugees. Read more on[…]Read more
Launch and Discussion Event
My daughter Bethan’s death last December was a terrible loss to everyone who knew her. She was not just a hard worker in support of a better world, she was[…]Read more