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News from Sacramento, CA

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

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Digital Literacy Lessons in Dari & English

As part of our Digital Access Project, the IRC in Sacramento has developed digital literacy lessons recorded in English & Dari to support our community.

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Register to Vote Here!

1 in 10 eligible voters are new Americans! The IRC is here to support with voter education to support naturalized citizens and eligible voters. If you are not eligible to vote, do not register to vote as it will have consequences on your immigration status. If you are not yet a U.S. citizen, contact the IRC's immigration services by calling or texting (408) 472-3675.

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Meet Sarah Terlouw - Executive Director in Northern CA

It is with great pleasure that I share with you the news that IRC has welcomed Sarah Terlouw as the new executive director of the IRC Northern California offices. Sarah is not new to the IRC family. She most recently served as the country director for the IRC operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), consisting of 6 offices and a team of more than 700 staff across the country.

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How to Donate to the IRC in Sacramento

Discover how you can donate to the IRC in Sacramento!

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Donate items to refugees affected by COVID-19

Help us directly support refugee families during COVID-19.

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Remote Volunteer Opportunities

Remote volunteer opportunities for COVID-19 relief.

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Remote Internship Opportunities

Remote internship opportunities for COVID-19 relief.

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IRC in Northern California Response to Covid-19

We are continuously addressing the current and potential impacts this outbreak will have on IRC programs in Northern California (Oakland, Sacramento, San Jose, Turlock/Modesto). IRC is providing critical information in all relevant languages to IRC employees, volunteers, refugees, victims of trafficking, asylees, and other hard-to-reach populations. We are working hard to ensure families have access to life essentials: food, internet and devices, cash assistance and all eligible public benefits.

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Citizenship and Immigration Program

The IRC's Immigration Department can help any immigrant population to petition to bring family members to the U.S., apply for citizenship, green cards, work authorization, travel documents, and more. 

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H.O.M.E. Program

H.O.M.E. Program: Housing Outreach Mentorship Education

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