We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to start a new chapter in MFR history: a new office and a new logo!
The space is located near Puerta de Toledo on Calle Mira el Río Baja, 20, and features our brand-new logo, created by graphic designer Robert Abell. The logo is packed with meaning: the three hearts, which form a triangle, symbolize the three communities of MFR: refugees, volunteers, and partner entities. The triangle represents unity and growth, and each heart is formed by a link that represents the connections between refugees and the community, strengthened by employment and social integration.
Regarding the change, MFR President and Co-founder Christina Samson said: “After our humble beginnings in 2015, Madrid For Refugees has evolved and grown to become a successful volunteer-run organization which helps refugees and migrants get established in our local community with the skills and support they need to thrive. We’re thrilled to launch our new office and logo to celebrate our growth and dynamic future.”
A big thanks goes out to the MFR community for your ongoing support. As we continue to grow and expand our resources in this new chapter, we’re still at a critical moment and need your help! Any monthly contribution—no matter how big or small—makes a huge impact in allowing us to continue our important work. Join and donate here!