We’re collecting dad jokes to raise awareness of the thousands of refugee children in the UK growing up without their mums and dads.
We’re calling for a change in the law to reunite families torn apart by war and oppression. Find out more about the campaign!
Here’s how you can help grow the campaign:
1. Collect your neighbourhood’s cheesiest dad jokes
Ask as many people as possible to give you their favourite dad joke. We’ll compile all the jokes into a joke book to present to the government at the end of the campaign.
Send your friends, family and neighbours the link to submit their cheesiest joke via our website, or print out a form to collect the jokes in person [PDF].
2. Distribute campaign flyers
Do you have a regular pub quiz? Maybe there’s a comedy club or a theatre near you?
We want to distribute our flyers wherever dad jokes are likely to be found. Contact us to request flyers.
3. Take part in our Dad Jokes TikTok challenge
Stay tuned for the launch of our No Laugh Challenge.
We’ll be updating this page with the details as they emerge.
4. Organise a postcard-writing session
We have prepared postcards for local campaign groups to send to their MPs. The postcards have space for your to write your own dad joke.
Contact us if you could organise a postcard-writing session for your local campaign group.
Thank you so much for your help to raise awareness of the unfair laws separating refugee families. Together, we can change the law to reunite families torn apart by war and oppression.
Make a difference for a kid who can't hear their own dad jokes
Current laws mean that refugee children in the UK can’t bring their parents to join them in safety. Your kind donation can help us change that.Donate today