We ServeWe serve and advocate for thousands of our newest immigrant neighbors each year throughout our region.
We EducateWe provide educational trainings on immigration and diversity to thousands more throughout North Carolina.
We Build BridgesWe connect our diverse community through our monthly Stranger to Neighbor dialogues and events.
We Develop LeadersWe develop diverse leaders to take action towards a better and more united community for all people.
Trainings & Presentations
We offer several interactive, multi-media immigration and diversity trainings and presentations for faith communities, schools, and social service agencies throughout North Carolina, and in communities across the United States.Learn more & get involved.
We serve thousands of new immigrants each year with basic needs (food, housing, healthcare), legal assistance, English and computer classes, and FaithAction ID cards through our Immigrant Assistant and Resource Center.Learn more & get involved.
Strangers to Neighbors
Stranger to Neighbor events and congregations seek to build bridges of trust, understanding and cooperation between our diverse community and congregations through four steps: education, exchange, action, and telling the story. Recently Greensboro city council passed a resolution declaring Greensboro the nation's first Stranger to Neighbor city!Learn more & get involved.
FaithAction ID cards are available to any resident who may have limited access to government issued forms of ID. They provide ID cards holders with a verifiable form of identification that may be accepted by certain law enforcement agencies, health centers, and business . Participants must attend a mandatory orientation at one of our monthly ID drives, and provide proof of photo ID and address!Learn more & get involved.
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5 Apr 2016
UndocumentedImmigrants Launch Local ID Program
On February 19, 2016 in Asheboro, North Carolina, over 600 people stepped out of the shadows to get their local ID after many months of working together to build support for the ID program. United We Dream, Asheboro Unidos, Faith Action, and rural communities across North Carolina are proud to launch these local campaigns to ensure all residents feel safe and welcome regardless of their immigration status. Produced by United We Dream's emerging Media Makers team.
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