by Lyne Pitts It was delivery day and at a few stops, the older children were sent outside to help us carry in boxes and bags, stuffed full of spring and summer clothes. The younger children waited inside, always keeping an eye out for toys which quickly disappeared into a shared bedroom. One tiny boy looked up at me, excitedly shouting what sounded like 'sick-lee, sick-lee, sick-lee'. His older sister…Read more
We assist resettlement agencies in cleaning/setting-up/stocking apartments, collecting donated items such as clothing and shoes, and ensure the family has food, medicine, and all other basic needs covered.
Volunteers act as companions and advocates for refugee families by helping enroll children in school, host families for dinner, and set up social and academic programs to help family members heal and adjust to their new community.
Through job training, language development and professional services, as well as health and wellness programs, we hope to support families on their journey towards achieving health, prosperity and happiness.