CARE FOR REFUGEES

DFW IS THE LARGEST RECIPIENT OF REFUGEES IN THE COUNTRY AND WILL CONTINUE TO WELCOME THEM FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

Most Dallas-bound refugees are settled in a community called Vickery Meadow, and dozens of churches and nonprofits have been serving it for years. You can be part of a joint effort of Christians across the Metroplex by making sure incoming refugee families are cared for.

TO START DISCUSSION ON CARING FOR REFUGEES, CHECK OUT THIS RESOURCE FROM AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY:

SIGN UP TO RECEIVE AND SHARE A RESOURCE FOR REFUGEES TELLING THEM HOW GOD LOVES THEM:

LEARN

Check out these resources to learn about the resettlement process, Refugees themselves, and more. ​

PRAY

Access Prayer Guides on Care for Refugees and other needs.

SERVE

Utilize HelpFinder to find and provide resources to help Refugees in your community.
Go to www.helpfinder.org to find, add, and share resources with anybody who needs help.

For information about HelpFinder, click here to learn more.

The City of Dallas' Office of Welcoming Communities and Immigrant Affairs

is uniting agencies that welcome and serve immigrant communities.

UNITE

View or download a suggested model of engaging and serving refugee families.

Find these and other volunteer opportunities at voly.org.

For those who want to advocate on behalf of refugees, connect with Seek the Peace.