Donate now to your neighbors affected by COVID-19

If you are enrolled on a program or are in need of our services, you can reach us at 971-248-0611 during working hours. If you have a caseworker, please contact them directly. 

Vaccine  COVID-19 Community Resources

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.

Our office is currently closed except by appointment. In the meantime, we are closely monitoring guidelines from the state about how to safely and effectively perform essential services, in-person and remotely. Our staff is communicating with current program participants and to make sure their needs are met in a way that ensures the safety of everyone.

MAKE A DONATION

While an office closure affects our staff and operations during an already tumultuous season, our biggest concern is for refugees and immigrants who will feel the effects even more acutely.

During this unprecedented season, we are responding to the urgent needs of the refugee and immigrant community with emergency financial assistance to address the most pressing problems. Your gift today will sustain vital services and meet urgent needs of our newest neighbors.

 

Volunteers

Visit our volunteer page to see our current volunteer roles! You can also lend a hand by:

  • Responding to urgent needs shared through World Relief Seattle's Facebook page 

  • Exploring resources for personal development in the Volunteer Toolkit and Reading List.

  • Assembling welcome kits for new families

  • Making a special gift to sustain vital services and meet urgent needs of our newest neighbors.

  • Donate gift cards to help families make ends meet during a difficult season: Amazon, Target, Safeway, Fred Meyer, and Dollar Tree are most helpful. You can mail them to our NEW office at "World Relief Seattle c/o Elijah Knepper, 23835 Pacific Highway S Ste 100, Kent, WA 98032. If you would like a receipt for your gift card donation, please include your mailing address in a note!

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World Relief is providing food boxes to people in the community affected by unemployment and isolation.

In 2020, World Relief provided food boxes through the summer to people in the community affected by unemployment and isolation. Photo credit: Hannah Letinich