ReWA is a non-profit, multi-ethnic organization dedicated to providing comprehensive services to refugee and immigrant communities throughout King County
As part of their training to become daycare providers, our Childcare students learn about nutrition, calories, and portion sizes in order to plan healthy meals for kids.
Tune in to KEXP this Saturday at 7am to hear an interview with our Executive Director Mahnaz Eshetu on the Sustainability Segment of Mind Over Matters. KEXP broadcasts on 90.3 FM in Seattle, and on the web at www.kexp.org.
kexp.org KEXP is more than a radio station. KEXP is a dynamic arts organization that provides rich music experiences on the air, online, and on the streets. KEXP’s unique services benefit three distinct groups: Music Lovers, Artists, and the Arts Community.
Thanks to Executive Dow Constantine for working to make King County a safe and welcoming place for refugees and immigrants.
thestranger.com King County may spend $750,000 on "rapid response" services for immigrants and refugees, including a legal fund and know-your-rights educational materials. "People in our community are afraid—afraid for their human rights, their families, and their safety," King County Executive Dow Constantine said...
Our wonderful neighbors at Andaluz in Columbia City are donating 25% of profits from select bracelets to support ReWA!
People are the heart of ReWA. Our amazing staff and volunteers work hard to welcome and empower refugees and immigrants from all over the globe. Our clients strive to build better lives for themselves and their families. And our community provides all of us with the love and support we need. Thank you for all your words of encouragement. Happy Valentine's Day!
The fantastic people over at Sisters and Brothers are hosting a benefit night for ReWA on February 22nd. For more info check out their event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/410683642597669/
Refugees and immigrants in Washington state—including many ReWA clients—have been affected by the president’s recent Executive Orders. KUOW Public Radio explains which communities are seeing the biggest impact.
kuow.org Nearly 25,000 immigrants and refugees in Washington state could be directly affected by executive orders signed in the last week (picture SafeCo Field
We are grateful to all of you for the outpouring of support. Last week’s Executive Orders have weighed heavy on our minds and hearts, but we appreciate your many words of encouragement. This card made our day.
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