Volunteer

cropped-m-r-z-amazon.jpgThe most valuable thing we can offer refugees and asylees is our friendship. Here are a few ways you can build relationships with refugees and asylees in the area while you help them adapt to life in the United States:

  • Join a Refugee Women’s Friendship and Learning Group.  Learn more…
  • Get connected to a recently arrived refugee, asylee or immigrant family, and invite them to participate in activities with you, your friends or family. Contact Lisa Woicik to get connected.  
  • Provide short-term transportation assistance, pick up and deliver furniture, or help find resources for families referred to UPPC.  Be put on an on-call list today…
  • Coordinate a job training or computer skills class.  Contact Lisa Woicik for more information.
  • Be a part of a Safe Haven Good Neighbor Team.  Learn more...

Small Group Opportunities:

  • Participate in one, or a combination, of the opportunities listed above together as a group.
  • Become a Good Neighbor Team to a newly arrived refugee family or a group of asylees.  Learn more...
Volunteer today!

Other ideas? Contact Lisa Woicik | 253.564.2522 ext. 125 | lwoicik@uppc.org.