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News from Tucson, AZ

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

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Advocate Volunteer

The IRC is looking for volunteers to assist the Center for Wellbeing in providing services to refugee, foreign national, and immigrant survivors of war, violence, displacement and trauma.

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Case-Management Victim & Survivor Services Volunteer

The IRC is looking for volunteers to assist the Center for Wellbeing in providing services to refugee, foreign national, and immigrant survivors of war, violence, displacement and trauma.

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Helping the Most Vulnerable through the COVID-19 Pandemic

The IRC in Tucson has partnered with the Pima County Health Department to provide critical information and testing for COVID-19 to the most vulnerable communities in Tucson.

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Thank you for making refugees welcome in Arizona!

The IRC in Arizona wants to thank you for making refugees welcome this year!

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US Election - What refugees and immigrants need to know

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is providing the following information for refugees, asylum-seekers and immigrants about the Nov. 3, 2020 U.S. elections.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Learn about domestic violence and how the IRC is doing our part to support survivors of domestic violence and raise awareness about this issue.

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Donate items to refugees affected by COVID-19

Donate items to refugees affected by COVID-19 through the IRC Tucson's amazon wishlist.

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Voting in Arizona 2020

Learn nonpartisan, educational information on the voting process in Arizona

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Program Spotlight: New Roots

The IRC in Tucson’s New Roots program is dedicated to improving food security of refugees and aid in their community integration and self-sufficiency.

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Finding Her Dream Job

Under the current circumstances, it can be difficult to find a job that feels right. Fortunately, Fateme Seyedahad has found a job that she enjoys and where she can give back. She was assisted in her search by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Tucson Economic Empowerment Program.

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