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Tanks and foreign troops stretched across the horizon— war had come
We're living through the worst refugee crisis the world has ever seen. Worldwide more than 100 million people have been forced from their homes by violence, poverty, persecution, or natural disasters. Almost half of them are children. Let's choose to act. Let's choose to do something.
Neighbors start refugee co-sponsorship group, welcome Afghan family
Refugee co-sponsorship provides support to newcomers and strengthens the community.
Refugee foster parents step up to help Afghan teens feel safe, loved, and connected
Short-term immigrant foster care parents open home to Afghan teens
Two sisters and a child with special needs seek refuge in Colombia
In their home country of Venezuela, sisters Yenire and Becsy couldn’t access the necessary medications for young Rachel’s convulsions. As any parent would, they took every possible action to keep Rachel healthy, but eventually decided that seeking refuge in neighboring Colombia was the only choice.Play
The journey of a refugee family
When violence forces a family to flee their home to a neighboring country, their world is turned upside down. Discover the journey of a family resettling in the U.S.Play
"We're called to help"
For Marla and Robert, short-term immigrant foster care is an opportunity to be a part of the solution to the crisis of immigrant children coming across the border without their parents.Play
On the streets of Bogotá
With no way to pay rent, Jeidi and her kids were evicted. As they wandered hungry through the streets of Bogotá, Jeidi couldn't see the future anymore.
They don't walk alone
Each day, thousands walk the Ruta de Caminantes between Venezuela and Colombia, seeking safety and refuge. This is one family’s journey.
How an Afghan engineer is realizing his dreams after fleeing his country
Amin’s dreams were shattered when the Taliban took control. But with Bethany’s help, he is building a new future in the United States.
How do refugees get resettled in the U.S.?
Refugees entering the U.S. have endured a long, difficult journey. They need our help.