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News from Seattle, WA

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

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Advocating for refugee and immigrant rights in Olympia

The IRC was honored to gather virtually with advocates from across Washington state for Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Days 2021.

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Growing community partnerships in the Kent Valley

Together with community partners, the New Roots program at IRC is expanding into the Kent Valley.

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Supporter Spotlight: Winter interns share their experiences

Our volunteers and interns are talented, enthusiastic, and vital to the success of our programs. Get to know a few of our current volunteers and interns!

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U.S. Presidential Inauguration: What refugees and immigrants need to know

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is providing the following information for refugees, asylum-seekers and immigrants about U.S. elections and the Presidential inauguration.

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Employee-led initiatives making an impact

Welcoming Refugees Alliance, a partner-led group at Starbucks, collaborate with the IRC and other community organizations to help make Washington a welcoming place for newcomers. Learn more about their efforts over the past year!

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2020 Year in Review

Looking back on 2020, and forward to a healthy, hopeful new year.

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Winter Welcome Donation Drive

Give newcomers a warm welcome by donating winter coats for youth & adults!

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The IRC in Seattle launches new digital equity initiative

Due to the pandemic, many aspects of life have gone digital - work, learning, resource navigation, socializing. The IRC's new digital equity initiative helps newcomers access critical resources and skill-building in order to overcome the so-called digital divide.

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Participant Spotlight: "Being an interpreter means always helping others."

Two years ago, 29-year-old Eiman landed in Seattle from Afghanistan with her husband and two young sons. She began building a new home here in Washington and with help from the IRC’s Economic Empowerment Program, Eiman pursued a new career as a professional interpreter.

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School supplies delivered to 400+ newcomer students

Thank you to the generous community members and groups who donated school supplies this summer and fall!

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