We exist to bring relief to newly-arrived individuals and families, and unity to our communities.
At Home Humanitarian serves as a supplementary service to all U.S. resettlement organizations. Along with our partner organizations, we identify refugees, asylees, and immigrants in need and match them with mentors, and opportunities to acculturate, within their new communities.
At Home provides vetting, recruitment, matching, and management of volunteers, and connects those volunteers with opportunities to mentor, or support in other essential ways, newly-arrived persons and families.
In this tumultuous time, we invite you to focus your love, talents, concern and attention towards creating safer and more welcoming environments for
those already here and those yet to come.
Our grassroots efforts are focused on helping refugees, asylees, and immigrants feel "At Home"
in their new communities by providing networks of support and community acculturation activities.
If you are a newly-arrived individual or family (or if you know of one) that is need of community support, please fill out the participant form.
Together, we can make a difference
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Along with partnering organizations,
At Home Humanitarian, identifies newly-arrived
persons and families in need and matches them with mentors within their new U.S. communities.
Interested in volunteering or just staying connected? Please fill out this form and we will work to find you opportunities within your home community.
Provide opportunities for new-arrivals to get out, explore surroundings, make new friends, learn a new skill or hobby, and prepare for prosperous college educations and careers.
SHARE YOUR TIME
Can't spend a dime?
Then, spend some time... helping us help those in need.
HELP THE CAUSE
Make a tax-deductible donation directly from your bank account, credit card, or PayPal.
“The ache for home lives in all of us, a safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” -Maya Angelou