65.3 million people are currently displaced worldwide — a number that's equivalent to 1/5 of the U.S. population.
World Relief is committed to standing with these vulnerable people — meeting immediate needs, and bringing long-term healing to an entire generation of refugees and internally displaced persons, allowing for transformation within families, communities, and entire regions for years to come.
Most refugees’ journey will take several twists and turns before they find safety and a new life. Where the journey ultimately ends up depends largely on who is there to help him at each turn. World Relief strategically places itself at the points where refugee families most need help, providing essential supplies to families who have been forced to flee their homes, safe spaces for refugee children to find a sense of normalcy, and resettlement services to newly arrived refugees in need of housing, employment, and schools for their children. Learn more about the Refugee Crisis.