"When the world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful."

Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Prize Laureate, has spent her young life being that one voice that resonated around the world in her fight for girls’ access to education. USCRI invites you to join us as a “voice for the voiceless” in responding to the needs and advocating on behalf of refugees and immigrants worldwide. There are many way to contribute and every action you take makes a difference.

Act

Use your voice to call your Congressional representative, sign a petition or join one of our campaigns to advocate on behalf of refugees and immigrants worldwide.

Advocate

Your voice matters. Join USCRI by contacting your Congressional representative, signing a petition or using social media to make your voice heard.

Volunteer

There are a number of ways to volunteer, either locally or through a fundraiser or campaign. Find a local field office near you or check out our ongoing fundraisers and sponsorships to see how you can help. We also participate in corporate sponsorships.

Join

Get your company involved in partnering with USCRI’s mission.

Corporate
Partnership

Becoming a corporate partner with USCRI allows your company to demonstrate its corporate responsibility by helping refugees and immigrants become independent and self-reliant in their new communities. A corporate sponsorship is an investment in America’s future.

Fundraising &
Sponsorship

If you are interested in donating or hosting a donation drive, please contact your nearest field office for more information.

Hiring
USCRI Clients

If you’re looking for a skilled employee, our staffing experts can match you with a qualified refugee. The refugees who come to the U.S. seek self-sufficiency and economic stability for their families. Strengthened by their experience, they make capable, resilient, and loyal employees.

Careers
at USCRI

USCRI values the diversity of its staff. We are at our best when our work culture is truly collaborative and open, ensuring that people with different perspectives and backgrounds are welcomed.