Refugee Organizations to Support in All Fifty States

At Good Good Good we celebrate the good in the world — and provide practical tools to help our community become the good in the world.

Knowing that refugees joining new communities in the United States will have a large number of diverse needs, we're inspired by those on the frontlines of supporting these new community members.

Organizations and individuals are already welcoming refugees at airports across the United States and beginning the resettlement process. We get to celebrate the good these organizations are doing — and then join in to support their work.

Upon entering the United States, refugees will need support settling into their new communities. They'll need access to affordable housing, support getting jobs, help to get their kids set up with childcare and their new schools, and basic supplies like home goods, toiletries, and more.

There are organizations positioned to resettle refugees in (nearly) every state in the United States.

Many of these organizations rely on donations from individuals (like you) as well as financial support from state and local governments. You can see a breakdown of how much money your state allocates towards refugee services — and how many refugees they support — via Refugee Council USA's toolkit.

When you find an organization working in your community, you'll have the opportunity to support them financially or sign up as a volunteer.

You can take things a step further and call your elected officials to advocate for your state to welcome more refugees and also increase budgets for services. Check out our guide on how to contact your representatives, and know that you reaching out can truly make a meaningful difference.

How supporting refugees in the United States works

The United States has long been a safe place for people fleeing war, conflict, and persecution.

Welcoming refugees into the United States is not only secure, vetted, and safe — it's also good for communities, creating safer towns and more prosperous economies.

Opportunities to help everywhere:

We've listed ways to help each organization below (based on what they've specifically mentioned they need support with). For most organizations, the most effective ways you can help are to donate your time and money.

But if you have the following skillsets or opportunities, almost every organization would be thrilled to hear from you:

  • There’s a particular need for Dari or Pashto speakers to help with translation and interpretation at all stages of the settlement process for Afghan refugees. (But if you speak other languages, your help with translation and interpretation will be helpful for communities settling in the United States from other regions.)
  • As organizations work to resettle families and individuals, they'll be looking for fairly priced short-term and long-term housing. If you have a spare room or guest house in a community that's receiving refugees, an organization might love to partner with you to provide a temporary place to stay for new arrivals. Similarly, if you're a landlord and can provide good housing at a fair price, please reach out to a local resettlement organization.
  • If you're an employer who might have job opportunities for refugees, reach out to a local refugee resettlement organization to see how you might be able to help.

Refugee organizations serving most or all states:

Some organizations support communities across the United States, with or without regional offices. For those organizations, we've listed their bio here — and then mentioned them under the states they serve below:

HIAS

Founded as the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in 1881 to assist Jews fleeing progroms in Russia and Eastern Europe, HIAS has touched the life of nearly every Jewish family in America and now welcomes all who have fled persecution.

HIAS works around the world to protect refugees who have been forced to flee their homelands because of who they are, including ethnic, religious, and sexual minorities. For more than 130 years, HIAS has been helping refugees rebuild their lives in safety and dignity.

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

For over 80 years, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service has been "a champion for refugees and migrants from around the globe."

They've welcomed more than 500,000 refugees and migrants. Through the Long Welcome, they help ensure that refugees and migrants are protected, embraced, and empowered in a world of just and welcoming communities.

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

USCCB, in partnership with its network of 50 refugee resettlement affiliate offices across the country, has historically relied upon parishes and other local community groups to “welcome the stranger.”  The Parishes Organized to Welcome Immigrants and Refugees (POWIR) initiative seeks to develop a base of support through community sponsorship, mentorship, and volunteerism to welcome newly arrived refugees and Afghan Special Immigrant Visa holders (SIVs).

Donate to USCCB

Episcopal Migration Ministries

Episcopal Migration Ministries welcomes refugees, educates communities, and mobilizes congregations to advocate for the protection and rights of all migrants.

Volunteer, advocate, or make a donation

International Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, and other immigrants to thrive in America.

Each year, thousands of people, forced to flee violence and persecution, are welcomed by the people of the United States into the safety and freedom of America. These individuals have survived against incredible odds.

The IRC works with government bodies, civil society actors, and local volunteers to help them translate their past experiences into assets that are valuable to their new communities. The IRC helps them to rebuild their lives.

Volunteer or make a donation

World Relief

World Relief creates partnerships between local Christian churches and refugees to give everyone a place to call 'home'.

They work with local partners to meet refugees at their first point of safety, providing emergency aid to families living in temporary shelters - including clean water, food, tarps, hygiene kits, and other essential items

As refugee families realize they may never return home, they often face an overwhelming loss of hope. Alongside local partners, World Relief works to combat this by providing trauma counseling, mother and parent groups, and safe spaces and literacy clubs for refugee children to learn, grow and play.

As refugees begin to rebuild their homes and lives, they help families find housing, learn English, pursue employment, build friendships and create long-term support systems.

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

Refugee organizations you can support — state by state

For states where the only major refugee-resettlement organization is a national organization without a regional office, we reference the organization below — but include details in our national list above.

Find your state (or a state near you) and find a way to make a difference for refugees in your community:

Alabama

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Alaska

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Arizona

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

Since 1975, LSS-SW has served some of the world’s most persecuted people living in Tucson and Phoenix. Violence and armed conflict chase millions of people from their homes, their families, and their countries, forcing them to seek safety in other countries around the world. With volunteers and community co-sponsor teams, LSS-SW builds self-reliant foundations for approximately 400 refugees each year.

Volunteer, donate goods, or make a financial donation

International Rescue Committee — Tuscon, Glendale

The International Rescue Committee provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, and other immigrants to thrive in America. Each year, thousands of people, forced to flee violence and persecution, are welcomed by the people of the United States into the safety and freedom of America. These individuals have survived against incredible odds.

The IRC works with government bodies, civil society actors, and local volunteers to help them translate their past experiences into assets that are valuable to their new communities. In Tucson, Glendale, and other offices across the country, the IRC helps them to rebuild their lives.

Volunteer or make a donation

Episcopal Migration Ministries

Volunteer, advocate, or make a donation

Arkansas

Canopy — Northwest Arkansas

At the height of the refugee crisis in 2015, dozens of community members in Arkansas were heartbroken by the images of innocent people washing up on the shores of Greece. They wanted to do something to help, but quickly found that there was no way to support refugees in Arkansas because there wasn't a resettlement agency in the state. While other states were taking in thousands of people a year, Arkansas wasn't effectively taking any. But all across Northwest Arkansas, the grassroots interest in welcoming refugees continued to grow. In partnership with Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), Canopy decided to get organized to see how they could get involved as a community.

Volunteer, build a welcome kit, or make a donation

California

Second Families

Second Families provides assistance with non-food items and resources to ease new arrivals’ transition into their new homes in Southern California.  Working together with resettlement agencies in San Diego, their volunteers and donors aim to support refugees and other displaced people so they have the basic necessities to rebuild their futures.  They provide furniture, housewares, clothing, personal care items, school supplies, and electronics to new arrivals. They also provide enrichment programs for kids, guidance and advocacy navigating our American systems, scholarships for driving lessons for first-time women drivers, college guidance, and more.

Donate household goods or make a financial donation

Tiyya Foundation

Tiyya has been working with refugees (specifically, families from Afghanistan) in the Santa Ana and Los Angeles area since 2010.

Donate gift cards that Afghan families can use to buy supplies such as hygiene items and diapers

Sahaba Initiative

This San Bernardino-based organization "supports low-income families through a weekly food pantry and other outreach efforts". They'll be helping resettle four or five Afghan families. Each family will require roughly $25,000 in funding.

You can donate money or help connect them with affordable housing options

International Institute of Los Angeles

According to The Daily Bulletin, this organization has been helping immigrants integrate into their new lives in Los Angeles for 100+ years. In August, they resettled 47 families — and expect to help more than 300 Afghan evacuees over the course of the next year.

The institute is looking for families willing to provide temporary housing for newly arriving Afghans — particularly those with families of five or more people — as well as landlords who can help with long-term housing.

You can offer temporary or long-term housing, sign up to pick up refugees from the airport, or volunteer to help families get settled into the community

Voice of Refugees

This Anaheim-based group partners with churches, businesses, and individual volunteers to help refugees build new lives in Southern California.

You can donate gently used clothing and furniture. Or donate to their Walmart registry, where you can buy items like bedding and microwaves that will be used to furnish Afghan refugee families' new homes.

World Relief Southern California

World Relief Southern California creates partnerships between local Christian churches and refugees to give everyone a place to call 'home'.

For Southern California residents interested in “walking alongside” Afghan families or helping to sponsor them as they arrive, contact World Relief Southern California at 714-210-4730 or at jserrano@wr.org.

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

Colorado

African Community Center — Denver

ACC operates a reception and placement program through ECDC, the Ethiopian Community Development Council.  Basic resettlement services are provided for up to 90 days, and case management and employment services may be provided for up to 5 years.  Additional supportive services are provided through the generous contributions of partners, individuals, family foundations and former refugees.

Nest a home, make a donation, or volunteer

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

Connecticut

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Delaware

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

Florida

Church World Service

CWS South Florida "welcomes, feeds, and clothes newcomers; reunites and strengthens families, and enables resettled immigrants to become self-sufficient and integrated members of U.S. society."

Donate to CWS South Florida

Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities "puts faith into action to serve the most vulnerable in our community, advocating for justice, human dignity and quality of life, while reflecting the compassion of God in Christ."

You can make a donation or sign up as a volunteer

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

Georgia

New American Pathways

New American Pathways is an Atlanta based nonprofit with the mission of Helping Refugees and Georgia Thrive. Their vision is for new Americans in metro Atlanta to become successful, contributing, and welcomed members of Georgia’s communities. They fulfill our goals by offering the most comprehensive, fully integrated continuum of services targeted to meet the specific needs of refugees and other immigrants in Georgia.

Give time, items, or money

Refuge Coffee Co.

Refuge Coffee Co., a 501c3 non-profit business, exists to serve the global community in Clarkston through coffee-related job creation, job training, social networking, and commerce.

Make a donation or order coffee

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Hawaii

Pacific Gateway Center

Pacific Gateway Center’s steadfast purpose is to serve the disadvantaged, uprooted and the displaced.  Since their founding in 1973, their story has been defined by the meaningful and effective ways we empower Hawaii’s low-income residents, immigrants, refugees, and other vulnerable populations in rebuilding their lives with hope, respect, dignity.

Make a donation to support PGC

Idaho

Agency for New Americans — Boise

The Agency for New Americans (ANA) helps refugees achieve self-sufficiency in their new lives by providing the skills, education, and support necessary during their resettlement period.

Their mission is to improve the educational, social and economic well-being of new Americans and communities in which they live by creating individual, agency and public-private partnerships.

Volunteer or make a donation

College of Southern Idaho Refugee Program — Twin Falls

CSI Refugee Programs is a comprehensive one-stop refugee service program combining initial resettlement services for newly arriving refugees, through Case Management services and on-site English Language Training, as well as employment counseling and placement with local employers.

Donate items or make a financial donation

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Illinois

RefugeeOne

RefugeeOne creates opportunity for refugees fleeing war, terror, and persecution to build new lives of safety, dignity, and self-reliance.

Volunteer, advocate, hire a refugee, or make a financial donation

The Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago

The Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago will help support Afghan refugees in the resettlement process. Services include airport pickup, placement into affordable housing, English language classes, job readiness training, financial literacy, health education, and more.

Donate to The Ethiopian community Association of Chicago

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Indiana

Exodus Refugee

Exodus has a long history of welcoming refugees, and asylees from many countries, cultures, languages, faiths, and political opinions. They began in 1981 with the mission to serve the legal needs of immigrants and Cuban refugees, who had arrived as part of the Mariel boatlift in 1980. Since that time, Exodus has helped thousands of refugees establish their lives in Indiana.

Donate, volunteer, and advocate

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Iowa

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Kansas

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Kentucky

Kentucky Refugee Ministries

"From furnishing a family's first apartment in the United States to homeownership counseling. From English classes to citizenship preparation. From early childhood support to career development. KRM's continuum of services empowers newcomers to rebuild."

Donate items, donate money, or volunteer


Louisiana

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Maine

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Maryland

The African Community Center

The African Community Center operates a reception and placement program through ECDC, the Ethiopian Community Development Council.

Donate or volunteer

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

Massachusetts

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

Michigan

Bethany Christian Services

Bethany Christian Services helps refugee families resettling in the U.S. by collaborating with local churches and individual volunteers to ensure a smooth transition into their new community.

You can sign up as a volunteer, get your church involved, and make a donation

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

Minnesota

Ummah Project

Ummah Project s a nonprofit organization that is established to improve the life of Somali youth in Minnesota. Ummah Project Inc comprise a diverse group of Somali and American friends who are willing to break the cycle of youth violence in the Somali community in Minneapolis and around the Twin Cities.

Donate to Ummah Project

The International Institute of Minnesota

"We seek a community where New Americans can find respect, support, and safety, and where they can achieve their full potential in their new lives."

Make a financial donation

Arrive Ministries

Arrive Ministries is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to the cause of the refugee and immigrant.

Donate or volunteer

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Mississippi

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Missouri

Della Lamb Community Services

Della Lamb's mission is to inspire a kinder Kansas City. They empower their clients to meet the "challenges of education, employment, and self-sufficiency in an ever-changing world."

Donate or become a volunteer

Jewish Vocational Services

"JVS is committed to providing safety and opportunity for refugees in Kansas City. With an eye on enhancing our community through inclusion and accessibility for all, we help hundreds of refugees each year make Kansas City their home."

Volunteer, donate, or partner

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Montana

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Nebraska

Refugee Empowerment Center

The Refugee Empowerment Center resettles refugees who are transitioning from vastly different backgrounds into American life. They focus on helping their clients live and work productively, further their education, and achieve a better life for themselves and their children.

Their goal is to empower resettled refugees by helping them obtain the skills necessary for economic self-sufficiency, developing support networks, and creating space for joy.

Donate, volunteer, or read good news on their site

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

Nevada

African Community Center — Las Vegas

African Community Center (ACC) is a branch office of the Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc. ACC opened its doors in 2003 with only 79 refugees. It has now grown to a capacity of resettling up to 400 refugees. Today, ACC continues to develop programs that respond to the needs of newcomers to the Las Vegas metropolitan area.

Donate or volunteer

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

New Hampshire

Ascentria Community Services

Ascentria Care Alliance empowers people of all backgrounds to rise together and reach beyond life's challenges. They use an innovative client-centered care model to help vulnerable individuals and families in transition move forward and thrive - physically, intellectually, socially, spiritually, and economically.

Donate, volunteer, or apply to work there

New Jersey

Interfaith-RISE

Interfaith Refugee and Immigrant Services and Empowerment (Interfaith-RISE) is an official affiliate site of the US Committee for Refugees & Immigrants. They are committed to resettling refugees in central NJ, assisting asylum seekers before and after release from Elizabeth Detention Center, and supporting local faith and civic groups as they advocate for and work with refugees in their communities. Interfaith-RISE assists with housing, ESL, social services, education, medical assistance, mental health services, transportation, and supportive community integration as families and individuals journey towards self-sufficiency and independence.

Make a donation

Church World Service

Though its Refugee Resettlement Program, CWS Jersey City provides comprehensive case management and employment services aimed at empowering newly arrived refugees to build a foundation for long-term self-sufficiency and success in the U.S. Services for refugees include basic needs support, case management, cultural orientation, health access assistance and intensive job preparation and placement services.

Make a donation

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

New Mexico

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

New York

Journey's End Refugee Services

Journey's End Refugee Services, Inc. is a Christian community-based organization with the mission of welcoming refugees without regard to ethnic origin or creed and to assist them to become healthy, independent, contributing members of the community.

Volunteer or make a donation

InterFaith Works

InterFaith Works of Central New York, through education, service and dialogue, affirms the dignity of each person and every faith community and works to create relationships and understanding among us.

Become a volunteer

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

North Carolina

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

North Dakota

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Ohio

Community Refugee & Immigration Services

Community Refugee & Immigration Services (CRIS) is an independent non-profit organization that serves the refugee and immigrant populations in Central Ohio. They have over 50 staff members from all over the world who speak many different languages. Their wide array of programs and services aim to facilitate sustained self-sufficiency and successful integration for the people we serve.

Among other things, CRIS is a refugee resettlement agency. As an affiliate of Church World Service, we have a cooperative agreement with the Department of State to directly receive and place refugees in our community.

Go through a Good Neighbor training, sign up as a volunteer, or make a donation

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

Oklahoma

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Oregon

Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities provides refugee resettlement and case management services to individuals and families who seek to make Oregon their new home.

Volunteer or make a donation

Refugee Care Collective

Refugee Care Collective mobilizes the city of Portland to serve diverse populations of refugees being resettled in the Portland Metro area, in order to empower refugees to rebuild their lives and step more fully into self-sustainability.

Build a restart kit, volunteer, or make a donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

Pennsylvania

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

Rhode Island

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island

Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides programs and services to immigrants, refugees, and those looking to overcome cultural, educational, economic, and language barriers. Dorcas International has worked to empower newcomers for nearly 100 years and strives to create a welcoming environment for all who come to settle in the Ocean State.

Donate goods, donate money, or volunteer

South Carolina

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

South Dakota

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Tennessee

Nashville International Center for Empowerment

NICE's mission is to ensure refugees and immigrants achieve their full potential now and for generations to come.

Advocate, donate, volunteer, or buy candles

Bridge Refugee Services

Bridge Refugee Services' mission is to provide opportunities for refugees to rebuild their lives after suffering persecution so that they may become productive, contributing members of the community.

Volunteer or donate

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Texas

RAICES Texas

RAICES is a nonprofit agency that promotes justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families, and refugees. With legal services, social programs, bond assistance, and an advocacy team focused on changing the narrative around immigration in this country, RAICES is operating on the national frontlines of the fight for immigration rights. They defend the rights of immigrants and refugees, empower individuals, families, and communities, and advocate for liberty and justice.

Donate and take action

Refugee Services of Texas

Guided by the principles of human compassion and dignity, Refugee Services of Texas welcomes refugees, immigrants, and other displaced peoples, and supports them in integrating and thriving in their new communities.

Advocate, donate, and volunteer

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Utah

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Vermont

USCRI Vermont

USCRI Vermont has been welcoming newcomers to Vermont since 1980. In the last 40 years, over 8,000 refugees have started new lives in Vermont with assistance from USCRI. Refugees resettled in Vermont come primarily from Bhutan, Bosnia, Burma, Burundi, Congo Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Kosovo, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, and Vietnam. Newly arrived refugees receive a comprehensive set of linguistically and culturally appropriate services, with a goal of attaining self-sufficiency.

Donate to USCRI Vermont

Virginia

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Washington

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

International Rescue Committee

Volunteer or make a donation

Washington, D.C.

The Refugee Service Center

The Refugee Service Center offers case management and employment support services to recent refugees, asylees, and victims of trafficking residing in DC as they seek to make a new start in the United States.

Make a donation

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

West Virginia

USCCB

Donate to USCCB

Wisconsin

Catholic Charities

Wisconsin's Catholic Charities are contributing to needs of Afghan Refugees arriving at Fort McCoy.

You can donate personal care items via their Amazon wishlist, make an "unrestricted" monetary donation on their website, or volunteer in a number of ways.

HIAS

Sign up to volunteer or make a donation

World Relief

Donate, sign up as a volunteer, or advocate for your church to partner with World Relief

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

You can volunteer, advocate, engage your community or make a financial donation

Wyoming

In a statement to The Cowboy State Daily, Wyoming governor Mark Gordon's spokesman, Michael Pearlman, said. “The governor has no interest in accepting refugees.”

You can take a moment to contact Governor Gordon and state leaders to let them know how you feel about this decision.

Immigrant Hope

While Wyoming doesn't resettle refugees in the state, for refugees and immigrants who have made their way into Wyoming, the organization Immigrant Hope helps provide immigrants with support finding a pathway to legal residency or citizenship.

You can make a donation or get your faith community involved


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If you know of a great nonprofit organization serving refugees that isn't included in this list, please let us know! Email us at hello@goodgoodgood.co. We'll do our best to update this list over time

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