Refugees and immigrants need your help today.
Today, over 100 million people around the world have been forced to leave their home. Each day, that number grows by over 37,000.
These families are fleeing for their lives, praying for their safety and desperately seeking refuge. If you’re like us, you believe that everyone deserves a place to call ‘home’. You believe that families and young children deserve safety and security. And you want to do something to help. When you give today, you help us:
Provide Humanitarian Assistance
We work with local partners to meet refugees at their first point of safety, providing emergency aid to families living in temporary shelters - including clean water, food, tarps, hygiene kits and other essential items
Alongside local partners, we work to combat this by providing trauma counseling, mother and parent groups, immigration legal services, and safe space and literacy clubs for refugee and immigrant children to learn, grow and play.
As refugees and immigrants begin to rebuild their homes and lives, we help families find housing, learn English, access immigration legal services, pursue employment, build friendships and create long-term support systems.
For over 75 years, we’ve been coming alongside families displaced by violence, poverty and injustice—both in the U.S. and across the world.
Never before has this work been more important—but we cannot do it without your help.
$35 // Send a refugee child in South Sudan to school.
$65 // Sponsor a week of english classes for a refugee in the U.S.
$90 // Give a refugee family in Congo seeds to grow food for their families
$150 // Provide a Syrian woman with a trauma support group.
Your generosity makes a transformative and lifelong impact. When you give, you’ll join our family of passionate changemakers committed to changing our world.
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