Welcome to our Engagement Menu, where we share direct ways you can make a difference in the lives of immigrants – by donating, participating in advocacy initiatives and virtual events, and (virtual) volunteering. Find out what’s going on — petitions, marches, protests, gatherings, but also social and cultural events, performances, and letter writing campaigns.
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Hosted by Kids In Need of Defense (KIND)
Take a moment today to send your message to the Biden Administration urging immediate action to grant Temporary Protected Status and more to Ukrainians in the United States.
Hosted by Migration Youth and Children Platform | May 17th
The UN Network on Migration and the Office of the President of the General Assembly have asked MYCP to bring together young migrants from across the world in a video that will be screened AT the IMRF, showcasing our unity and strength in calling on countries all over the world to work together in achieving the GCM. This is where you come in: MYCP wants you and your organizations to be part of this video! All you have to do is follow these instructions and send us MYCP your video.
Hosted by KAMA DC & Edlavitch DCJCC | May 15th
Spring is a time of growth and rebirth, two themes that are integral to every immigrant’s story. Starting over requires courage, grit, and resilience. It can mean seeking out slices of home in your new city, or discovering entirely new passions to represent a new beginning. Join KAMA DC and the Edlavitch DCJCC to hear immigrants and refugees from across the DMV share their tales of reinvention and revival over drinks and dessert. Come to make friends and share community under the stars!
Hosted by The Indian American Impact Project | May 17th
To advance civil rights of Indian American, South Asian, and all historically excluded communities, the Indian American Impact Project builds community and coalitions, inspires civic engagement, and ensures our diaspora’s history and lived experience is recognized as essential to the fabric of America.
Hosted by One Journey | June 25th
Join us for the third annual One Journey Festival to celebrate the talents, stories and contributions of refugees and other displaced people around the world. This family-friendly festival brings people together through our modern-day shared languages of humanity: art, food, music, dance, storytelling, soccer and technology.
Donate a Bowl | Anytime!
Donate one or more bowls to the community in need! We prepare the bowl and distribute it to those in need through our NGO partners.
Help our immigrant staff, our NGO partners, and the community!