ReWA is a non-profit, multi-ethnic organization dedicated to providing comprehensive services to refugee and immigrant communities throughout King County
The ReWA Youth Job Readiness Training (YJRT) program provides high school students from East Africa with a year-long opportunity to learn about getting and retaining jobs, preparing for college, financial planning, and career pathway exploration. We want to thank Starbucks for inviting our YJRT students for a visit to their corporate headquarters where our students had one-on-one mentorship conversations with Starbucks employees, attended presentations on different careers, and even learned how to make lattes!
Join ReWA on May 24th at Town Hall Seattle for “Displaced: Refugee Voices in Conversation.”
ReWA and Horn Of Africa Services, in collaboration with City of Seattle Immigrant & Refugee Commission, will conduct a Mini workshop to assist refugees and immigrants who are legal permanent residents with completing the N400 citizenship paperwork.
We need help with registration, checkout, hosting the break room, setup/clean up, and interpretation (especially Oromo, Tigrinya, Amharic, and Somali).
Training is almost over for the women in our Childcare Training Class. In preparation for their graduation next week, the students practiced diaper changing, food groups, and creating a healthy menu.
ReWA is excited to join the organizers of the Womxn’s March on Seattle for Community Convergence, a one-night event that will put your passion to work! On Friday, May 19, from 6 – 9 p.m., hear from 20 nonprofit organizations, including ReWA, and 7 firebrand speakers actively working to improve lives. Free tickets are available at Brown Paper Tickets.
brownpapertickets.com Join the organizers of the Womxn's March on Seattle for an evening of lightning talks, hope, and connecting with local community organizations
In honor of Mother’s Day, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is highlighting the story of a teenage refugee and her mother—both former ReWA clients.
impatientoptimists.org A beautiful tribute to an "awesome" and "inspiring" mom.
Thank you to more than 150 donors who Gave BIG and raised an AMAZING $22,000 to help refugees and immigrants on their journeys to self-sufficiency.
Help us reach for the stars and raise $18,000 before midnight!
Thank you to everyone who has GivenBig today! We've already passed our goal of $12,000. Donate today and help us raise additional funds to empower refugees and immigrants in our community.
Join ReWA tomorrow for #GiveBIG, an inspiring community wide giving event!
From midnight to midnight on May 10th, every contribution made to ReWA through the Seattle Foundation website will receive a dollar for dollar match (up to $6,000). That means your gift will go even further in helping refugees and immigrants learn English, find jobs, secure housing, and GiveBACK to their communities!
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