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News from Boise, ID

Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in Boise, ID, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.


Financial Inclusion and Opportunity Program Assistant

Financial Inclusion and Opportunity Program Assistant Volunteer Opportunity


Career Pathways Program Assistant

Career Pathways Program Assistant Job Description, Fall 2020


Digital Inclusion and Connectivity Program Assistant

Digital Inclusion and Connectivity Program Assistant, Fall 2020


Welcoming refugees, today and always

Read about our recent congressional engagement and how YOU can take action now to ensure we continue to welcome refugees -- today and always


Volunteer with the IRC in Boise during COVID-19

Fill out an application to volunteer with the IRC in Boise during COVID-19.


Refugee leaders help community navigate COVID-19

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, refugee community leaders have helped provide masks, language accessible documents and videos, and put their lives on the line for their community.


We Stand with Black Lives Matter

The IRC in Boise is committed now more than ever to fighting racism and xenophobia in all its forms. Black lives matter, today and every day.


Idaho Celebrates World Refugee Day

On Saturday, June 20, refugee supporters from across the state came together for the 20th annual celebration of World Refugee Day.


Refugees in Idaho are a critical part of the COVID-19 response

Halyna and Nabila are two EVS technicians in Idaho working on the hospitals' first line of defense to keep our community safe.


Please support the IRC in Boise during Idaho Gives!

Idaho Gives, a two-week online giving campaign, is an opportunity to unite our community around causes in which we truly believe and help nonprofit organizations connect to the larger community. The campaign has now begun and will run through May 7, and this year, the IRC in Boise will be fundraising to support refugees who have been impacted by COVID-19.