TAKE ACTION

One Journey invites you to take action for refugees living in the DMV area, across the US and internationally.   

From signing a petition to helping furnish a new home - there are so many ways you can make a difference. Below are some ideas from our partner organizations to help get you started.

Many of these organizations will be present at the One Journey Festival on June 2nd. We hope to see you there!


In the DMV


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Volunteer to support refugee families and children



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Start a refugee on the path to citizenship



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Support newly arrived refugee families in Maryland



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Welcome refugees resettling in Northern Virginia


 
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Help furnish a home for newly arrived refugees

Open your heart and home to an unaccompanied refugee minor

Support emerging refugee chefs
 

Empower female refugee entrepreneur
 

 

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Help build lasting friendships through the
power of soccer




Across the US


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Welcome New Americans to your community


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Adopt a refugee family
 


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Help refugees gain the skills and confidence to succeed


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Tutor Syrian refugees and other individuals affected by conflict


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Organize a baby carrier or diaper drive
 


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Help coordinate an annual essay contest for refugees and immigrants


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Host an Adopt-A-Future Fundraising Dinner



Internationally


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Record your story of how you are welcoming refugees



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Learn about refugees and migrants
 


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Volunteer directly with refugees in Greece
 

  Sponsor a Syrian Family   

Sponsor a Syrian Family


  Stand as one with people forced to flee   

Stand as one with people forced to flee
 


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Listen to our podcast: Standing with Refugees


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