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United States: Welcoming the Stranger

Every year, World Relief staff and volunteers help thousands of refugees - victims of war and persecution - replant their lives in the United States. With 23 offices across the U.S., World Relief is the biggest evangelical refugee resettlement agency in America.

Our staff and volunteers come alongside America's newcomers, helping them adjust to the culture, find employment, learn English, take steps towards citizenship and build a future for themselves and their children.

California
Modesto
Sacramento
Garden Grove
Florida
Jacksonville
Miami
Tampa
Georgia
Atlanta
Idaho
Boise
Illinois
Aurora
Chicago
DuPage
Moline
Minnesota
Minneapolis-St. Paul
 

     
North Carolina
High Point
Durham
Ohio
Columbus
Tennessee
Memphis
Nashville
Texas
Fort Worth
Washington
Tri-Cities
Seattle (Kent)
Spokane
Wisconsin
Fox Valley
           
Maryland
Anne Arundel
Baltimore
         

 

 

Stories you might be interested in


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  • The Gift of Hearing Brings New Life to a Bhutanese Refugee Couple Any refugee entering the United States faces significant obstacles. But for Nar and Dhan Maya Ghorsai, a Bhutanese couple resettled in Aurora, silence proved to be the greatest: deaf for most of their lives, Nar and Dhan were unable to learn English, form deep relationships or pursue success in their new community.
  • The Gift of Hearing Brings New Life to a Bhutanese Refugee Couple Any refugee entering the United States faces significant obstacles. But for Nar and Dhan Maya Ghorsai, a Bhutanese couple resettled in Aurora, silence proved to be the greatest: deaf for most of their lives, Nar and Dhan were unable to learn English, form deep relationships or pursue success in their new community.
  • The Gift of Friendship “My life is being affected,” shares Jason, one volunteer at the Garden Grove office, “Now I look around and my world’s a little bit less one-dimensional.”
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