How does someone become a refugee?
Refugees are individuals who have been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.
Where do refugees live?
Currently, there are over 65 million displaced individuals, worldwide. The majority live in refugee camps, some for decades. It is estimated that less than 1% of these are fortunate to ever be resettled.
The United States currently resettles approximately 50,000 new refugees, annually, in cities across the country. We currently operate in four cities: Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and Raleigh-Durham, which are all known for their thriving refugee communities.
Why hire refugees?
Meet some of our employees
Robe Kumsa, Ethiopia
Fanny Ndango, Central African Republic
Amnobe Pilipili, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Aluet Deng, Sudan
Auns Finjan, Iraq
Mohammad Soda, Syria
Omega Thompson, Liberia
Mandah Chimgeew, East Asia
Imran Haider, Afghanistan