Learn about refugees and immigrants

We're facing the largest refugee crisis in history. Each year, thousands of people arrive in the U.S. as refugees, many as unaccompanied minors. The resettlement process can be extremely challenging—filled with obstacles and uncertainty.
elderly refugee man reunites with his granddaughter in the U.S.

Welcoming refugees

Refugees need what we all need: basic resources, healthy relationships, and sustainable work. But to successfully transition to a new place, they need advocates who walk alongside them to offer critical support.

Together, we can help refugees live a full life, contribute to our communities, and become self-sufficient.

When refugees lack support, they’re forced to fend for themselves in a nation they know little about. And that’s hard for anyone. But when they’re connected to resources, employment opportunities, and programs that meet basic needs, everything changes.

Resources you can rely on

You deserve information you can trust. Explore our collection of articles and blogs designed to help you and your family thrive.

140 million reasons to help

Today, 140 million kids don't have a permanent home. To us, that's simply unacceptable.

Together, we can change the world through family.