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At World Relief, we know you want your community to be a place of welcome for refugees and other immigrants. You long to see your local neighborhood, church and city transformed by a movement of hospitality — and you want that change to last.

When you take action with World Relief, you become a part of:

Become a Part

Responding

to the critical needs of new arrivals, including housing, employment coaching, school enrollment, access to medical care and more.

Equipping

local churches and community partners to be a part of meeting the needs of their new neighbors in ways that help rather than harm.

Welcoming

refugees and other immigrants as image bearers of God!

Did you know? Monthly givers are essential in our ability to welcome not only today, but next month, next year and for generations to come. Learn more about monthly giving today.

Jesus drew near to us so we could draw near to others in their greatest season of need.
Will you give today?

Donation frequency: OnceMonthly

Giving Handle 1
$25

can provide English learning materials and workbooks for refugees and other immigrants

Giving Handle 2
$100

can provide a welcome kit containing kitchen supplies, bedding, hygiene and other household items to a newly arrived family

Giving Handle 3
$1000

can partially furnish a refugee family’s new home, including beds, tables and living room furniture

Giving Handle 1

$25

can provide English learning materials and workbooks for refugees and other immigrants

Giving Handle 2

$100

can provide a welcome kit containing kitchen supplies, bedding, hygiene and other household items to a newly arrived family

Giving Handle 3

$1000

can partially furnish a refugee family’s new home, including beds, tables and living room furniture

Giving Handle Monthly 1
$25/mo over a year

can provide 6 full tanks of gas for transportation assistants to drive newly arrived individuals to medical appointments

Giving Handle Monthly 2
$50/mo over a year

can provide support for 3 refugees to find jobs so they can provide for their families

Giving Handle Monthly 3
$100/mo over a year

can provide 12 refugee children with school uniforms, backpacks and supplies for their first school in the U.S.

Giving Handle Monthly 1
$25/mo over a year
can provide 6 full tanks of gas for transportation assistants to drive newly arrived individuals to medical appointments

Giving Handle Monthly 2
$50/mo over a year
can provide support for 3 refugees to find jobs so they can provide for their families

Giving Handle Monthly 3
$1000
can provide 12 refugee children with school uniforms, backpacks and supplies for their first school in the U.S.


Did you know?

Monthly givers are essential in creating change today,
next month, next year and for generations to come.

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