What we do

We support refugees in their resettlement in a new country and promote a welcoming environment.

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, over 84 million people around the world have been forced to flee their homes in the past decade. Among them are over 26.6 million refugees, the highest population on record. These numbers are from the end of 2021 and do not even account for the Ukrainian crisis yet.

Many refugees have experienced trauma and may have difficulty adjusting to life in a new country. They may not speak the language, have limited education or job skills, and may have difficulty accessing services or finding housing. As a result, refugees often need assistance with basic needs such as food, shelter, and medical care, as well as support in learning about their new country and becoming self-sufficient.

Unfortunately, besides these challenges, refugees and other immigrants can face discrimination and prejudice due to a variety of reasons. Some people may discriminate against refugees out of fear or misunderstanding, or also because of biases or stereotypes about certain ethnic or religious groups. In some cases, discrimination against refugees may be fueled by political rhetoric or by broader societal attitudes toward immigration. It is essential to recognize that refugees are individuals. Like anyone else, refugees deserve to be treated with respect and dignity and should not be subjected to discrimination or prejudice. We are committed to addressing these issues and making refugees feel welcome and at home in their new countries.

What we care for

A new life for refugees in a new land

We have helped refugees move into houses, tutored them in English, drove them to services, and collected donations for household items and other necessities. 

A self-sufficient future for refugees

We have launched an initiative to promote small business started and owned by refugees and immigrants by designing and posting advertisements.

Advocacy of policy changes for refugees

Presenting @ 2023 UN SDG Summit @ UN Headquarters

We present at United Nations forums and reach out to decision-makers to co-create solutions for a more inclusive, sustainable world.

Inclusion and respect for refugees

We use social media to spread awareness of refugees so that they will receive more support and no discrimination or biases.