Community sponsorships provide housing assistance to displaced refugees here in the United States, as well as within our global network. We work to place refugees in appropriate housing with a 6 month to 1 year lease which is paid in full up front. The process of resettlement can be a tremendously challenging time, and we are here to help.
Options to support this initiative include, becoming a host family, applying to sponsor a refugee through the process known as humanitarian parole, provide funding for displaced refugees in other countries by covering housing expenses for a minimum of 6 months.
We work in conjunction with government and resettlement agencies, paired with individuals and families, to match refugee families with volunteer host families successfully.
For more information about how to sponsor newcomers please contact us! We would love to talk more about the ways you might be able to participate, and the steps involved in the process.
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