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The Impact of Youth Mentoring

October 4, 2023 | Comments Off on The Impact of Youth Mentoring
An image of a Youth Mentoring student sitting at a table

Ruth shares the stigma around joining the WRQC Youth Mentoring Program and the rewarding outcomes from simply stepping out of the comfort zone.  Resettling in a new location can bring one of the most exciting feelings as individuals look forward to starting a new journey of life. However, for children of refugees and immigrants, there…

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Gabi's graduation picture with her family

Generations of Celebration

October 4, 2023

Hispanic Heritage Month has been celebrated for decades. Each year, families celebrate through festivals, gatherings and reflecting on the history…

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Shared Hospitality: Helping QC refugees thrive at the Marriott Moline

September 5, 2023

QC community strives to ensure all refugee families have access to opportunities and comfortable adapting to their new home.

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Two refugee factory workers at Berry Global.

More than meets the eye: How Berry Global helps refugees build a foundation for success

September 5, 2023

Berry Global’s effort to bring an easier transition for refugees in the work force.

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Finding Purpose Through Teaching

August 1, 2023

By creating space for families learn together through Family Literacy, Leah’s teaching makes sure no one is left behind.

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A soccer player and former refugee from Myanmar.

Glory to Be Revealed

August 1, 2023

Here’s how Di Sae’s faith and love of soccer helped him bond with others in school and honor his parents’ sacrifices along the way.

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This Year’s Volunteer Spotlights

April 12, 2023

In celebration of Volunteer Appreciation Week, we asked some of our volunteers to share why they believe volunteering with World…

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Press Releases

World Relief & Open Doors US Release New Report on the Rise of Persecuted Christians & Global Displacement Around the World

September 21, 2023

Today, World Relief and Open Doors US published the 2023 “Closed Doors” report detailing the current state of religious persecution around the world and its connection to U.S. refugee resettlement and asylum policies. Read more here.

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African Church Leaders Appeal for PEPFAR Reauthorization

September 15, 2023

More than 350 African church leaders have appealed to Congress for the swift reauthorization of the President’s Emergency Program for…

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World Relief Responds to DACA Ruling, Calls on Congress to Grant a Permanent Pathway to Citizenship for Dreamers

September 14, 2023

BALTIMORE, September 13, 2023 – Today, Judge Andrew Hanen upheld his previous ruling that DACA was established unlawfully under the…

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World Relief Applauds USAID Commitment to Increasing Partnerships with Faith-Based Organizations

September 14, 2023

Baltimore, MD (September 13, 2023) – Today, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced their first ever religious engagement…

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World Relief to Expand Refugee Resettlement Program to Eight New Locations

September 1, 2023

(Baltimore, MD) September 1, 2023 –Today, World Relief announces a significant expansion ofits US programs that partner with local churches…

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World Relief Applauds Bipartisan Introduction of the Dignity Act

May 23, 2023

Today, a bipartisan group of congressional leaders led by Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar (R-FL) and Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX) introduced the Dignity Act – a broad immigration reform bill that would include an earned path to legal status for qualifying undocumented immigrants with the option to pursue naturalization, an expedited path to citizenship for Dreamers, and reforms to border security and asylum processing.

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