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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.


Webinar: Addressing the future of refugee resettlement in the US

March 7, 2019

Join this webinar briefing with the International Rescue Committee to learn about the current and future status of refugee resettlement in the US and hear about some of our special program to help refugees rebuild their lives. Resettlement is an important part of IRC’s work with refugees. Learn about the comprehensive services the IRC provides within the first months of a refugee’s arrival in the United States as well as the current state of refugee resettlement in the US.


Your donation of gently used clothes can help refugees thrive in Tucson!

Please consider donating your gently used clothes to the IRC Tucson for refugee families.


Job Readiness Training*

The IRC in Tucson seeks volunteers to support our Economic Empowerment Unit by helping clients complete job training classes.


Citizenship Outreach Volunteer

Set up an information table at different community locations, such as libraries, to give out information about the naturalization process and future fairs. Inform potential clients of the services the International Rescue Committee provides, and how we can help them with their immigration related needs.


Helping Families Seeking Asylum

In-kind donations to support asylum-seeking families are needed.


Navigating This New American Life

Arizona Refugee Resettlement Program Success Story


A New Way to Donate to Refugee and Asylum Seeking Families!!!

Donate to IRC Tucson with our Amazon Wishlist!


Small Axe Peppers partners with New Roots Community Gardens in Tucson

IRC Tucson partners with Small Axe Peppers to source peppers from Tucson community gardens.


Our AmeriCorps position for Intensive Case Management is still open!!

Our AmeriCorps position for Intensive Case Management is still open!!


Medicine Garden Cultivator

The volunteer can cultivate for personal use, take home vegetables as available, and teach herbal medicine classes to participants.