Day One: Praying for the world’s displaced and refugeesRead Today's Prayer
How to Help
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is the official overseas relief and development agency of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. CRS eases suffering and provides assistance to people in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, religion or nationality. To help refugees through Catholic Relief Services, visit our website.
World Vision has worked for more than three decades to reach the poor and marginalized in "fragile states," places where families and communities are affected by disasters, economic crises conflict and social upheaval - and where many of the world's 60 million displaced and refugees are fleeing. To help refugees through World Vision, visit our website.
Lutheran World Relief works to improve the lives of those experiencing poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America, including agriculture, climate and emergency support. LWR is responding to needs as a result of refugee crises in Syria and the Middle East as well as South Sudan and East Africa. To help refugees through Lutheran World Relief, visit our website.
ADRA is the global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. ADRA serves Syrian refugees in Eastern Europe and the Middle East as well as South Sudanese refugees fleeing into Uganda, providing essential items, including food, clothing and hygiene kits, shelter supplies and blankets, as well as services such as transport, information and translation services, psychosocial support and charging stations. To help refugees through Adventist Development and Relief Agency, visit our website.
Baptist Global Response works with trusted partners to serve refugees, including those from Syria and South Sudan, providing the basics such as food, water, shelter, education and medical care as well as language courses and vocational training. To help refugees through Baptist Global Response, visit our website.