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By chicagoland | May 31, 2024

Mustafa and Dalia’s journey from their home in Syria to a new home in the U.S. lasted a decade. When they arrived, the process of adaptation continued for their family.

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A 3-Minute Peek Into The 2021 Global Gala

By mlummus | April 28, 2021

To access the full-length Global Gala video will all the stories, please email to request access. To make a donation to help immigrants and refugees rebuild their lives click the donate button at the top of the screen. Thank…

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Reyna’s Story

By mlummus | April 28, 2021

Your gift gives back   “At the beginning of this pandemic, everything we were doing as an EMT became 10 times harder.”  Twenty-six-year-old Reyna has been working as an EMT and front-line worker throughout the Covid-19 crisis. It is hard to imagine…

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Get to Know Our Staff: Haiti

By worldrelief | April 15, 2021

In 2021, we’re giving you the inside scoop on the work World Relief is doing in communities around the world through a new series called, Get to Know Our Staff.  Today, we’re excited to introduce you to Esther Pyram, World…

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What Can I do Now?

By mlummus | March 31, 2021

Empathy and Skill “I’ve never been a refugee,” says Jenny Park, “but I feel like we all have moments where you feel like you don’t belong anywhere. For me, it was feeling emotionally displaced sometimes while growing up as an immigrant.”  Jenny…

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