By bringing your family and friends together to raise money and awareness about CRP’s work, there are many ways to fundraise. Hosting an event is an easy way to help us.
Following growing recognition of its potential for youth programs planning and management, Emad began working for CRP as a volunteer staff member nearly four months ago.
Just like team-building and staff-training sessions you might find in any office in America, our recent Arabic-language-staff training started with an ice breaker: two truths and a lie.
Khaleeda and Laylah share a taxi to come to CRP. Even pooling their change to pay the driver is difficult.
Nawal feels like she can’t go out without becoming a victim of racism. People hurl racist epithets at her as she walks down the street.
Abu Nabil, an instrumental part of CRP, has been resettled! While we will miss him, we are delighted that he has received this opportunity.
We're giving you, our supporters, a huge round of applause. Thanks to you, we managed to raise $92,000 during our campaign "One Small Act Can Change a Life."
We’re thrilled to say that we are about to launch a new eLearning language exchange program over Skype! Thanks in part to a grant, we’re expanding our ESL classes.
At CRP, we’re committed to protecting the dignity and privacy of our beneficiaries. To do this, we always change their names when we bring you their stories.
Ruba tells us how excited she is each Saturday afternoon to head to Women's Art Club at CRP and express her creativity through painting.