World Relief's King County location was one of the organization's first resettlement offices in the U.S. We opened our doors in 1979 in response to those fleeing conflict in Southeast Asia. We began welcoming individuals in Seattle, and have moved office locations within the county to situate ourselves closest to the majority of our participants, in Kent.
World Relief in King County offers a wide variety of services for refugees and immigrants with other statuses. Currently our local offerings include initial resettlement support, extended case management, employment services, youth and family programs, English classes, immigration legal services, resiliency programs, and ministry surrounding the Tacoma Northwest Detention Center. Learn more about our work below, or check out ways you can get involved.
Services in King County
Refugee families often flee their homes at a moment's notice and arrive at SeaTac airport with few belongings. Get involved today by donating items!
Bring your gifts, abilities, and interests to build mutually transformative relationships with our new neighbors. Find a volunteer role and start the onboarding process today!
There are countless ways to get involved with World Relief throughout Western Washington! From building welcome kits to attending events, check out opportunities today.
Your generosity makes a transformative and lifelong impact. When you give, you are investing in our welcoming community.
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