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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.


GenR: Dallas Launch Party

September 28, 2016

Please join GenR (short for Generation Rescue, the IRC’s young professionals group) for its inaugural fundraising event in support of the IRC's vital work helping resettled refugees rebuild their lives in Dallas.


A Single Frame, Screening & Discussion with the Producer

We joined forces with Cotopaxi to bring A Single Frame to Salt Lake City. The executive producer of the documentary film, Jeff Bowden, joined us for a discussion after the screening.


My Experience in Cote d’Ivoire with the IRC

GenR: Bay Area Member, Heena Patel, reflects on her visit to the IRC's programs in Cote d'Ivoire as part of the Second Annual GenR Trip to the Field


GenR: Salt Lake City

Be a force for change in Salt Lake City.


GenR: NY

Be a force for change in the greater tri-state area.


Force for Change: Upcoming GenR Events

August 6, 2016

Join GenR in Salt Lake City on a tour of New Roots' Sunnyvale Farmers Market!


NY Sixth Annual GenR Summer Party

July 19, 2016

Join us for a relaxed summer evening of inventive cuisine and refreshing cocktails framed by the sights and sounds of New York City.


GenR Trip to the Field: Uganda

Three GenR members traveled to Uganda in May 2015 to learn more about the IRC’s robust country programs. The IRC has been working in Uganda since 1998, when conflict caused tens of thousands of people to lose their lives and 1.6 million people to become displaced.


GenR: Salt Lake City Launch Party

The GenR Leadership Committee had a great time at the GenR Launch Party on February 23 at the Publik Coffee House in SLC.  More than 100 guests came out to network with fellow humanitarians, win prizes, eat diverse cuisines from the SPICE Kitchen caterers, and listen to refugees share their stories of arriving in the U.S.