The community is an integral piece of World Relief’s puzzle, greatly assisting World Relief Fox Valley in standing with vulnerable populations through a variety of ways; from prayer and advocacy to hands on work to relationship-building.
At World Relief Fox Valley, it is our firm belief that this experience involves mutually transformative relationships; in which American born individuals are also learning from their new refugee friends. Everyone involved in the relationship empowers, becomes empowered, and learns about how to form real bonds, built on love, dedication, humility, and humbleness.
Interested in Volunteering with World Relief? Please fill out a Volunteer Application HERE
If you are interested in attending a future orientation, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and our staff will reach out to you with details on how to register for upcoming orientations dates.
Next Orientation Dates:
May 10 - 6:30 - 8:00pm
May 15 - 10:00 - 11:30am
During orientation, our goal is to equip you to better understand the refugees and other immigrants in the Fox Valley, along with your role as their neighbors! Topics covered in orientation include: Who is World Relief?, Who is a Refugee, Immigrant, Migrant?, The Road to Resettlement, Refugees & Other Immigrants in the World, Adjustment Issues and Services Provided, Self-Sufficiency, Volunteer Expectations, and Helping Without Hurting (along with videos, interactive exercises and time for questions).
**Please note that our offices serve the Fox Valley so we currently only place and serve clients living in Appleton and Oshkosh, WI. If you are interested in finding opportunities with refugees for a different geographical location in the state please feel free to check out Wisconsin’s list of agencies by geographical location here.**