By now you've heard the news. Millions of Syrian refugees are fleeing their home country for a safer place. Half of those are children.
The week leading into Labor Day weekend, we saw a story break with a picture -- a 3-year-old boy named Aylan who washed up on a Turkish shore. It sent shockwaves throughout the world and now we're asking, "What can we do?" We want to be a resource to you as you think through ways you can serve refugees overseas as well as refugees right here in our community.
Please see further information on the dropdown menu below the "Syrian Crisis" tab.
Interested in learning more about the U.S. Refugee Admissions program? The Department of State has a very detailed description of their admissions criteria and process noted here:
Feel free to also reference "The Journey of a Refugee" infographic below, which was created by The Tennessee Office of Refugees (TOR):