News from Wichita, KS
Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in Wichita, KS, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.
Adult work bags help ease refugee's navigation into new life in Wichita
St. George Orthodox Christian Cathedral in Wichita donates Adult Work Bags for Wichita’s newest residents.
Local Girl Scout troops donate cookies to IRC
Local Girl Scout troops donated cookies to refugees resettling in Wichita.
Wichita community comes out to celebrate World Refugee Day
For the second year in a row, the IRC in Wichita partnered with Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM) and Wichita State University SHIFTSPACE Gallery to host the #WelcomeHome art exhibit. The exhibit featured art created by refugees recently resettled in Wichita.
Volunteer Spotlight: Ann
The IRC in Wichita would like to recognize their volunteer Ann for her tremendous commitment to the IRC in Wichita.
The IRC in Wichita provides low cost immigration services to Wichita community
The International Rescue Committee provides low cost immigration services to the Wichita community. For questions or to schedule an appointment call the office at 316-351-5495.
Save the date! World Refugee Day, June 20th, 2017
In celebration of World Refugee Day, the IRC in Wichita and Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM) will partner together to celebrate refugees resettled in Wichita.
Host a DIY Fundraiser for refugees in Wichita!
By hosting a DIY Fundraiser you can help spread awareness about refugees while helping to provide funding to help refugees rebuild their lives in Wichita.
City-wide “Love Your Neighbor” event to create dialogue between community members and refugees
The Love Your Neighbor Event will be held on Sunday, March 26th from 4:00-6:00pm at St. Marks Cathedral Church of God in Christ.
Wichita Hygiene Donation Drives
The IRC in Wichita is currently accepting hygiene items that will be given to local refugees
IRC chosen for spotlight on Volunteers by KMUW Radio
Volunteers from the IRC's ESL classes were chosen to be highlighted in an interview with KMUW Radio.