Although we receive federal funding for initial resettlement and employment services, the assistance and educational services we provide to refugee families beyond their first few months in the U.S. would not be possible without community support from individual donors such as you.
The majority of local donations allows us to provide intensive English language instruction, financial education access, vocational training, enhanced health and wellness programs and extended community integration services beyond the initial resettlement period. These are the programs that have proven essential to refugees’ successful integration and long-term self-sufficiency. Your contribution goes a long way towards ensuring refugees and immigrants in Georgia have access to the critical services that help them become not just self-reliant, but contributing members of the metro-Atlanta community.
The IRC is consistently awarded top marks by charity watchdog groups for our efficient use of donor contribution and the effectiveness of our work. Every bit of support helps!
You can make a tax-deductible financial contribution online here or by sending a check direct to our office at 2305 Parklake Dr, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30345.