The aim of the project is to provide non-formal education and homework support to refugee and migrant children, as well as their parents, in order to contribute to children’s smooth integration into the formal education and parents’ social inclusion into the society. The NGO ELIX responded with this project to the increasing influx of refugees in Greece. The project is ongoing since 2015. Currently, the activities are being implemented in the area of Attica, in three schools of the Municipality of Athens, in Eleonas and Skaramangas refugee camps, and the Educational Center of ELIX in the city centre of Athens. In the past, ELIX had also developed actions in other locations. The project activities include: homework support for 6-15 year old children in coherence with formal education and remedial education through Greek and mother tongue teachers, mother tongue education, language and life-skills education for out-of-school children, early childhood education (psychosocial support, cognitive and socioemotional development and school readiness), promotion of digital learning and teachers’ capacity building. The project has received funding from the DG Migration and Home Affairs of the EC, the International Organization for Migration, the Church of Sweden, Finn Church Aid, Unicef and Tides Foundation.