More announcements about GenR
GenR—short for Generation Rescue—is a group of young, influential humanitarians who have joined forces with the International Rescue Committee to help people survive conflict and disaster and rebuild their lives.
This is Home Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion
In honor of World Refugee Day, the International Rescue Committee in Silver Spring invites you to a screening of "This is Home."
GenR: NY Force For Change Summer Party
Please join the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and GenR for an outdoor summertime celebration. Take in rooftop views of Lower Manhattan, chat with other young humanitarians, and meet IRC staff, including IRC President David Miliband.
GenR: Trip to the Field: Sierra Leone
At the end of January 2018, four GenR members from Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco, accompanied by IRC staff, traveled to Sierra Leone to visit the IRC’s programs and see their impact firsthand.
Be a Force for Change in the Dallas area.
Leaving home to save their child [updates]
In the middle of the night, Ali Saadawi and his family raced in an ambulance from SeaTac Airport to a team of waiting doctors at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Fleeing the threat of death at the hands of extremists and battling time to save the life of his gravely ill seven-year-old son, Ali had spent the last two and a half years pleading for a chance to leave Iraq, to exchange home for safety. Now, with the support of the Seattle community, Ali and his family begin the journey of rebuilding their lives.
Become a GenR: Charlottesville Member
GenR—short for Generation Rescue—is a group of young and influential humanitarians between the ages of 25 and 40 who have joined forces with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to help people survive conflict and disaster and rebuild their lives.
GenR: Dallas Force for Change Party
A crowd of more than 150 GenR members and IRC supporters gathered at AMS Pictures in Dallas to celebrate and raise money to help IRC Dallas.
GenR:NY Force for Change Photo Exhibition and Reception
On December 1, GenR members and friends came together at Drift Studio to support the work of the IRC.
GenR: Bay Area Force For Change Event
It was October 16, and there were over 280 people filling into SOMArts gallery in downtown San Francisco. This was GenR’s Force for Change event, where there was an outdoor bar with a DJ, and a huge gallery space full of tables of cookies and kabobs from Afghanistan, salads from Burma, and sweets from Syria. In a black box room off to the side of the gallery, there were huge photographs, propped up on easels, of refugees girls ages 8 through 11 embodying what they want to be when they grow up. The girls, who live all around the Bay Area, were posing as doctors, lawyers, and rock stars, in culmination of an empowerment workshop called The Vision Project, which was formed in collaboration with IRC. Guests milled around, observing, eating, enjoying themselves, and then they were gathered around a stage in the main gallery. This was where the speech was going to take place.
GenR at IRC's Rescue Dinner
The IRC’s annual Rescue Dinner was held last week on a warm November evening at the Hilton in midtown Manhattan. The guests were welcomed with a reception before making our way to the tables inside the dining room.