About Our Work

The Coalition partners with Catholic Community Services of Lane County (CCS) to support its Refugee and Immigrant Services Program (RISP.) Since 2016, RISP has provided case management and/or immigration legal services to hundreds of refugees, asylum seekers, and other immigrants. For more information please see our About Us page.

Refugee Resettlement Coalition’s Annual Fundraiser Welcoming Our New Neighbors

Mark your calendar for November 15, 2022!

We are now accepting sponsors for this special annual event. There are sponsorship levels available for every size budget and each one includes raffle entries and more.

Click here to find out more about becoming a sponsor
Stay tuned for more information.

Are you able to provide a financial donation to support our work?

Catholic Community Services, in partnership with the RRC, provides case management services to Afghan refugees and other refugees and asylum seekers in Lane County. Financial donations from the community help support this work. Go to our Donate page to find out how to make an online donation, or where to mail a check.​

Donate to the Dental Fund

Would you like to donate
to our Dental Fund?

 

Click here to donate online

 

The Dental Fund helps us cover costs for dental care for our clients, that are not covered by insurance.

Being willing to help a refugee means so much, that you are taking time and making the effort.

I encourage you to help them feel like they are survivors, not victims. Don’t mention the war; don’t remind them of where they are now in their lives. Just introduce yourself and be curious about them. Ask them questions about themselves as you would with anyone who decided to move to your community, instead of having been forced to move.

We seek a sense of normalcy, as well as a new start.

Nujeen Mustafa

Nujeen is a refugee who fled Syria in 2013 during the war and has resettled in Germany. She was the keynote speaker at RRC's 2020 virtual annual fundraising event,