Seeking to follow the example of Jesus, World Relief advocates on behalf of individuals and communities, as well as working to influence the policies and structures that create poverty and oppression.

Stand with Refugees

During the worst migration crisis of our time, we ask that you join us in urging Congress and your local officials to continue to welcome refugees to the United States.

The U.S. Refugee Admissions program is a safe program and one that we stand by in our commitment to serving the persecuted, displaced, and vulnerable. These individuals and families who fled war zones, lost everything, and did not get to choose where they would begin their new lives, are grateful to now be here on U.S. soil. Read World Relief's statement on refugee resettlement.

 
Ways to Act

  1. Sign and share this petition expressing solidarity with refugees.
     
  2. Email your elected officials here and call your U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives by dialing 1-866-940-2439.
    Once connected, you can share:
    • Your name, city, and state
    • Your support for the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program to increase the number of refugees welcomed to 75,000 for 2018
    • One or two reasons why you personally believe in welcoming refugees
     
  3. Use the links below to tweet the following message to President Trump, The White House, and your senators and representatives:

    My community stands with ALL refugees! The U.S. should continue to resettle #refugees! #wewelcomerefugees

    Tweet @realDonaldTrump
    Tweet @WhiteHouse
    Tweet your senators
    Tweet your representatives


Support Dreamers through DACA and the DREAM Act

Hundreds of thousands of children have been brought to the U.S. by their parents as undocumented immigrants. Many of these children have subsequently lived here for years. They have gone to school in the U.S. and established a life here. In 2012, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security established the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program to allow for the deferral of deportation for these youth and allowing them to apply for permission to work in the U.S. More than 800,000 young people have benefited from this policy—and in turn have been able to work, support their families, continue their education, and give back to their communities.

The DREAM Act would offer a permanent solution for Dreamers by granting current DACA beneficiaries permanent resident status on a conditional basis with an opportunity for lawful permanent resident (LPR) status if they go to college, have worked or served in the US military.
 

Ways to Act

  1. Write to Your Members of Congress to ask them to support the DREAM Act.
     
  2. Read World Relief’s Statement on DACA and the DREAM Act.
     
  3. Watch and share this video story of one individual who would benefit from the DREAM Act.
     
  4. Share this page on social media and with others in your network.