Pregnant refugee moms need help and advocates throughout their pregnancy and the birthing process. Are you interested in partnering with Friends of Refugees and supporting a New American in our program? Click here to learn more about ways we help support our moms. If you want to inquire, send an email to Embrace.birth@
The Jolly Avenue Garden offers six agriculture and nutrition programs to refugees ranging in age from infants to the elderly. Have any specialized skills (i.e., nutrition, education, curriculum development, construction, plumbing, electrical)?
Our mother and child education classes serve over 250 students and 125 adult learners through a family literacy approach. While mothers learn English, their children develop language and school-readiness skills through interaction with trained early childhood teachers. Mothers gain exposure to literacy-learning techniques modeled in the Parent-child class, which they then reinforce at home. In this way, the parent and child learn together. RFL welcomes support with school supplies and developmental resources for students.
At Start:ME, we partner with Emory’s Goizueta Business School to train new small business owners and teach them how to grow a business that will stand the test of time. Be a part of this unique program from January-April each year. (Wednesday, 6:00-9:00pm, Weekly, four month commitment.)