Serving and advocating alongside 3,000 immigrants and refugees from over 60 diverse nations. Providing over 70 trainings and presentations to 2,500 people in school, city departments, nonprofits, and faith communities across North Carolina and beyond. Connecting thousands more across lines of culture, faith, and nationality through our Stranger to Neighbor and Faithaction ID Programs
How we help in the community:
Immigration Assistance Center
FaithAction serves and advocates alongside of over 3,000 new immigrants and refugees and their
families from over 60 diverse nations each year at our downtown Greensboro house location.
Education and Training:
FaithAction provides over 75 “Stranger to Neighbor” trainings and presentations each year to schools,
social service and health agencies, faith communities, city departments, nonprofits, and businesses.
FaithAction ID Program and Network
For the past 5 years, FaithAction and FaithAction ID network partners have provided over 20,000 ID cards
to individuals who may not currently have access to government issued forms of ID, including new
immigrants and refugees, homeless and elderly individuals, those recently returning from jail, and others
who believe in a diverse and inclusive community.