The world changes. The Church’s calling doesn’t. Still we stand.
Today, the new presidential administration announced significant changes to U.S. Immigration policy and has also proposed substantial changes to the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program. These changes include funding cuts for resettlement agencies like Arrive Ministries (an affiliate of World Relief) that compromise our ability to adequately care for refugees and immigrants.
While governmental policy may change, our commitment to standing alongside the persecuted, displaced, and vulnerable remains firm—but we need your help.
The recently announced cutbacks to U.S. refugee programs and funding compromise our ability to do this work and the infrastructure needed to serve refugees today and in the years to come.
In the last six months alone, Arrive Ministries and our colleagues within our World Relief network across the U.S. resettled 6,700 refugees. These individuals and families who fled war zones, lost everything, and did not get to choose where they would begin their new lives, are grateful to now be here on U.S. soil.
Without the full support of the new presidential administration, refugees still need our help—more than ever—to become independent, and fully adjust to life in the U.S.