Three million refugees flee Ukraine
The crisis in Ukraine has quickly unfolded as the fastest-growing refugee crisis in Europe since World War II.

Millions of Ukrainians are seeking refuge in bordering countries, with over 2 million in Poland alone. Others are flying to the Mexican border city of Tijuana to seek U.S. asylum.

Last month, President Biden announced that the United States is preparing to welcome 100,000 Ukrainian refugees, many of whom will most likely resettle in Sacramento – home to the nation’s highest concentration of Ukrainian immigrant populations.
An end to Title 42? Pandemic restriction has caused undue hardship for asylum seekers

Seeking asylum is a right under U.S. law.

Ultimately, asylum seekers and refugees want the same thing: to keep themselves and their families safe.

Save the Date!
Big Day of Giving: May 5
We are one month away from the Sacramento region’s biggest giving day of the year!

Mark your calendar for this year’s Big Day of Giving on Thursday, May 5th.

In the coming weeks, we'll be sharing more information about how you can show your support to Sacramento's immigrants, refugees, and survivors of trafficking neighbors!