The Twin Star Project depends on financial donations so that we can help our current cohort of migrants become independent and get more migrants off the streets. Contributions fund rent, food, clothing, medical expenses, legal support, vocational training & language courses, local travel expenses and finally, seed capital for start-up businesses.
By helping one person onto his or her feet in Europe we are also helping a larger family and community – be it in Europe, the Middle East or Africa — enabling a child to go to school, getting a parent medical care or providing a sibling the funds to buy food. Each contribution has a significant multiplier effect. The ripples spread outward and bring benefits to a network of people who are struggling to improve their lives and the lives of their families. Please help us to help these people fulfill their basic needs so they can become self-reliant and productive members of society. We thank you very much for your donation.

Housing for unemployed, destitute and homeless migrants in Europe.

A year of rent for 10 migrants households.

Food, clothing and medical care for unemployed migrants in Europe.

A monthly stipend for 10 migrant families.

Language courses and vocational training for unemployed migrants.

Equipping migrants with the linguistic and professional skills to secure a job.

Start-up funding for a grocery store managed by migrants in Italy.

Contribute to start-up funding for migrants to invest in a grocery store that they will manage and develop into a steady source of employment and income for themselves.

House construction for migrants returning to their home countries.

Contribute to helping migrants build a simple home or complete an unfinished structure so they have a place to live and relaunch their lives in their home countries.

Seed capital for greenhouse farms cultivated by migrants returning to home countries.

Contribute to seed capital for returning migrants to establish greenhouse farms which will be a source of income and nutrition for their families and communities.