WOMEN'S REFUGEE CARE 

Help make a difference in the life of a refugee today

60

TOTAL
FAMILIES
WELCOMED

250


REFUGEES
WELCOMED

over

families
welcomed
since
01/2021

age
range of 
refugees

7

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Executive director aline binyungu on vaccinating the refugee community

As part of the COVID-19 vaccine campaign, WRC hosted a vax clinic on Saturday, July 3rd and Saturday, August 7th. With the support of the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) we want our communities to be reached and all of us to be free to kick out this pandemic that is terrifying the whole world. The clinic will be combined with our new initiative, Give a Smile to Your Neighbor; a monthly event where we gather with the community to distribute food, fish and many other beautiful things. Read more below.

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COVID-19 VACCINE

CLINIC

Clinic, food and goods distribution, and independence celebration

After a long year of separation, we were finally able to get together on Saturday, Jul 3rd to host a vaccine clinic, food and donation drive, and cookout! In partnership with the RI Health Department, we were able to successfully vaccinate 10 members of our community. We want to thank all who came to the event, especially those who volunteered time and supplies to help the day run smoothly. 

We will be back on August 7th to administer the second dose and offer cultural foods, fish, feminine hygiene and cleaning supplies to our community. If you would like to support Women's Refugee Care and the families we serve, please feel free to contact us to see how you can help or make a donation. See 'Get Involved' to learn more.

WRC Receives RI FOUDNDATION COVID RELIEF GRANT

The RI Foundation recently announced $1.7 million in grants to be awarded to organizations that are actively working to help Rhode Islanders with the COVID-19 crisis - this round, Women's Refugee Care was one of the recipients! 
Our Women's Empowerment Program offers counseling and empowerment for the powerful women in our refugee community who are survivors of violence, trauma, and hardship and have symptoms of PTSD. COVID-19 brought tremendous hardship to our refugee community in Rhode Island and this source of desperation brings many to collapse in alcohol subsistence and need therapy. We anticipate this funding will help us to continue providing the resources to address increases in negative health outcomes we are seeing during these challenging times. 
Please read the Providence Journal article below! Our project manager, Clement Shabani, is quoted in it!

If you need assistance or have supplies you would like to donate, please contact us below.

(401) 477- 0452
lgray@womensrefugeecare.org