At the Jazz Benefit Concerts, you’ve likely met our refugee friends and heard Sada’s story.
What’s a story in your own experience that shows how important this work is? Would you like to keep learning? Great! Simply share your name and email below and we’ll both keep the story going!
**As an incentive this weekend (if you like), you’ll be entered in a drawing to win a dinner prepared by our adult refugee students and brought to your home or at our school location.
Do you prefer food from Ukraine, Afghanistan, Congo, Vietnam, or perhaps Myanmar (via Malaysia or Thailand)?
You’ll be joined by our executive director Derek DeVelder and our refugee friends who prepared the feast!
Sign up today and Keep the Story Going!
"In Ukraine, if people hear something, they do it (act on it).”
Olena (left), a pediatric nurse from Ukraine serving her favorite dishes with refugees from six countries at our Big Food Party.
Soon after, she served those in need, helping with the 833 Thanksgiving dinners provided by the folks at NPHX Church.
You are helping refugees like Olena connect, serve, and belong through consistent English classes at Abounding Service!
"In class, I can study with teachers and other people.
It’s a very good program — I like it!"
Thank you! You are part of the team that’s making the world better.
You're changing the trajectory of entire refugee families. As a result, they’re able to connect with others and contribute with pride and dignity.
You are a blessing to many!