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A veteran who served in Afghanistan now helps Afghan refugees resettle

For some families resettling in the U.S., this is the first time they’ve ever felt safe. Every one of us can do something to provide refugees with a warm welcome.

After fleeing the Taliban, an Afghan refugee begins a new life

Ali worked alongside the U.S. government in Afghanistan. But as the U.S. military withdrew, he was forced to flee his homeland.

Refugee. Olympian. Human. Pur Biel's story

After raising their three children, Phillip and Kim Nguyen weren't ready to stop being parents. They became refugee foster parents, welcoming six refugee teens and a baby into their home and family.

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Faces of resilience: Serving refugees around the world

Refugees come from many different backgrounds, but they all need safety, community, and access to resources. Bethany is working across three continents to meet these needs.

7 ways to welcome refugees into your community

Refugees are being resettled in America from all over the world. Here’s how you can help welcome them into your community.

We’ve been waiting for you

Refugee foster parents welcome teens into their home and family

Learn the facts about refugees

Discover the answers to four common myths about refugees.

Trafficked by her own family: Julia’s story

Betrayed by her family into years of forced labor, Julia had lost hope. But her foster family helped her discover her worth.

I was a stranger

Learning about the Syrian refugee crisis led an American student to put her faith to action, sparking a career in advocating for refugees.

Former Vietnamese refugee fosters six refugee youth

As a foster parent, Phillip provides a safe home for refugee youth who escape a dangerous childhood and come to the U.S. without a family. He knows what they’ve been through—this was his story too.

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