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.
Taking Action Together
We provide opportunities for our diverse community to speak out and take action through events like our downtown unity walk, and immigration reform advocacy, and also provide regular volunteer and partnership opportunities through our downtown Greensboro house location.Learn more & get involved.
11 Aug 2014
Be sure to get your tickets today for our upcoming musical fundraiser - A Place for Us: A Musical Revue about Unity and the Immigrant Experience. The fundraiser will take place on Thursday, September 18th at the Community Theater of Greensboro (520 South Elm St). Reception begins at 6:30, and the show begins at 7:30pm. Tickets are $60. Follow the link to order tickets online or call 336-333-7469.
10 Jul 2014
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7 May 2014
TheStory of US, 2013 Year in Review
The staff, board and volunteers served over 2,500 new immigrants in 2013, while educating and connecting thousands more through our educational trainings and presentations for schools, faith communities, and social service agencies, and our monthly Stranger to Neighbor events. Check out our 2013 year in review video!
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