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Migration And Refugee Services

 

Don't miss the first-ever fundraising gala for Migration and Refugee Services!

Golden Anniversary Gala

Save the date:  6 PM, Thursday, November 19, 2015
Renaissance Downtown, Washington, DC.  

Details to follow. 

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Today tens of thousands of our brothers and sisters of all faiths, 
races, ethnicities, and cultures are still confronting adversity and 
persecution all around the world—victims of:

“Creating a world where immigrants, refugees, migrants, and people on the move are treated with dignity, respect, welcome, and belonging.”—our Vision

  • Political turmoil
  • Human trafficking
  • Religious prejudice
  • Economic chaos
  • Famine and blight

Migration and Refugee Services plays an important role every day to actively address these causes of forced migration. We invite you to partner with us in our mission to make a difference in the lives of the multitudes trapped in cruel governmental regimes, unending poverty, human trafficking, and in refugee camps all over the world.

Quotes on Catholic social teaching and responsibility to refugees and migrants.

National Catholic Fund for Migration and Refugee Services

The National Catholic Fund for Migration and Refugee Services provides funds to help recently arrived refugees and other migrants who are faced with an emergency or crises--burying a family member, temporary help with unanticipated expenses, help in finding employment, etc.

If you live in New York, Florida, or Washington, DC, donate online now.  To make a donation from another state go to the National Catholic Fund for Migration and Refugee Services webpage.


Catholic Fund against Human Trafficking

On January 1, 2015, Pope Francis recognized  the World Day of Peace with the theme:  "Slaves no more, but brothers and sisters." In alignment with this message, we invite you to answer Pope Francis' call to build a civilization based on the equal dignity of every person and join our efforts to eliminate the scourge of human trafficking by making a personal commitment and financial contribution  to fight human trafficking.

Help us in our fight against human trafficking by making a contribution.  If in New York, Florida, or the District of Columbia, donate online.   If in another state, please go to the Catholic Fund against Human Trafficking.

 


Border Crisis and Unaccompanied Children

In response to the crisis of massive numbers of children crossing the southern border of the United States to escape violence, gang recruitment, sexual and physical abuse, and other horrendous acts, the Unaccompanied Children's Fund has been established.  If you live in New York, Florida, or Washington, DC donate online now.  To make a donation from another state, please return this donation form to the address indicated. 

 


Passing on Hope

Passing on Hope is a program designed specifically for refugees to help fellow refugees.  These funds are used for a variety of purposes, including supplementing government programs administered by USCCB--Migration and Refugee Services.

If you live in New York, Florida, or Washington, DC, donate online now.  To make a donation from another state go to the Passing on Hope webpage.


Bequests, Planned Giving, Transfer of Stocks or other Assets

Consider a bequest, planned gift, or transfer of stock. For additional information, please contact Resource Development at 202-541-3214 or MRSDevelopment@usccb.org.

(We reserve the right to decline donations under certain circumstances. All donations will be considered and processed in the District of Columbia.)

 

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is an organization with 501(c)(3) status. Contributions are deductible as provided by law.




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