Today, over 68 million people have been forcibly displaced worldwide. Most of whom cannot return home. After years of fleeing violence, war, famine and extreme poverty, their greatest hope is to once again belong—to find a place to rebuild their homes and lives.
World Relief partners with local churches and community-based organizations across the United States to provide support for thousands of immigrants and refugees who are seeking a place to call home. We do this by:
Providing Vital Services
Building Relationships and Belonging
For over forty years as an official partner of the U.S. Department of State, World Relief has been providing the expertise, services and relational connections our new neighbors need to flourish. We do this through:
Health & Mental Health Counseling
Immigration Legal Services
Partnerships of Impact
We are committed to mobilizing partner churches and local religious, social and civic organizations into action and advocacy on behalf of refugees and immigrants. We provide the tools and advice needed to empower partners to learn, advocate and live out their heart for the vulnerable. Through this approach, in 2017:
32,000 refugees and immigrants were welcomed
11,000 were provided with legal services
2,500 were assisted with citizenship applications
6,500 volunteers were mobilized
Want to learn more? Watch Al’s Story Here.
Donate to help refugees and immigrants in the United States
World Relief is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law.
Your giving ensures sustainability to our work in some of the most vulnerable places in the world. Contributions will be used for the purpose specified in this campaign. If in the judgment of World Relief such purpose becomes impossible, impractical, unnecessary, or undesirable, World Relief will use contributions for its general purposes.