Project Help: Refugees

Displaced: Seeking Home—New Refugee Simulation

Displaced: Seeking Home

Each day, refugees who have been resettled in the United States are forced to make difficult decisions as they go through the resettlement process. In order to get a glimpse into their lives and struggles, we have created a new simulation called Displaced: Seeking Home.

Project HELP: Refugees - Helping By Sewing

A sewing machine hums in one area of the room. Several women are gathered around the ironing board as they press the seams of the quilt blocks they have made. Laughter is heard as the women work together.

Project HELP: Refugees

Refugees

Vivian’s Mission Friends made a giant card and filled snack bags to give the teachers and aids who teach in the English as a Learned Language department at the high school across the street from their church. Vivian wrote Thank you on the front of the card. Beforehand, she printed from her computer the words Thank you in different languages in large font size, and the preschoolers glued these collage style inside the card. They decorated the card with stickers and drawings. Vivian delivered the card and snack bags to the teachers the next day. What a treat and encouragement this must have been to these teachers!

Project HELP

 

WHAT IS PROJECT HELP?

Project HELP is a WMU initiative designed to help the church address current social and moral issues.

The goals of Project HELP are

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