This year, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Atlanta is celebrating our 40th anniversary. Since opening our doors in 1979, we have welcomed more than 27,000 refugees from 67 countries to rebuild their lives in communities across Georgia. And while it has been the work of exceptional staff and volunteers to guide these newcomers through this transition, it is really the whole community—including you—that has made this possible.
Please donate to the IRC in Atlanta today and together we will continue to build our community and strengthen our great state. Thank you sincerely for standing with us and the people we serve.
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Atlanta creates opportunities for refugees and immigrants to integrate and thrive in Georgia communities. A committed staff of professionals and volunteers work together to assist families in reuniting and rebuilding their lives in the greater Atlanta area. The IRC in Atlanta offers a broad range of programs including resettlement and case management services, youth and adult education classes, employment assistance, health and wellness programs, and immigration services, all of which serve more than 4,000 clients per year.
How You Can Help
Georgians like you are the reason we are able to provide refugees and immigrants with essential programs and services that ensure they can thrive here in America.
Donate to ensure life-changing services remain available.
Advocate and raise your voice in support of our refugee and immigrant neighbors.
Volunteer your time rebuilding refugee and immigrant lives.
Connect with us on social media. Follow @ircatlanta on Facebook and Instagram.
Contact Atlanta@Rescue.org to learn more.