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News from Los Angeles, CA

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


A New Face at the IRC in Los Angeles

The IRC in Los Angeles is excited to welcome a new team member to the office.


The IRC in LA awards certificate of recognition to Claremont Colleges

The IRC in LA thanks the Claremont Colleges for their donation and commitment to refugees


The IRC in LA Interns visit San Diego on educational field trip.

IRC in LA interns tour New Roots garden in San Diego alongside interns from Liberty In North Korea and IRC San Diego.


World Refugee Day Los Angeles 2016

The IRC in LA booth included staff members from Resettlement, Early Employment, Citizenship and Immigration departments. Refugees, asylees and immigrants asked staff and volunteers about the IRC’s mission, its office services and citizenship and financial literacy workshops. The IRC in LA is a founding member of the RFLA and helped to organize the World Refugee Day event.


The IRC in LA spearheads unprecedented collaboration on statewide refugee resettlement

The International Rescue Committee in Los Angeles will soon begin an unprecedented initiative to improve housing, education and employment prospects for recently resettled Syrian refugees by enhancing collaboration between the state’s 22 resettlement agencies


Other ways to get involved in Los Angeles

There are many ways to get involved with IRC's work in Los Angeles.


Spread the word in Los Angeles

Want to spread the word about making #RefugeesWelcome and also contribute more? There are various, creative ways to accomplish these goals simultaneously.


How to donate to Los Angeles

Private donations contribute greatly to the success of the IRC's work. Although we receive state and federal funding for initial resettlement and employment services, the assistance we provide to refugee families beyond their first few months in the U.S. would not be possible without community support.