IRSA acts to defend human rights, build communities, foster education, promote self-sufficiency, and forge partnerships through an array of programs.
IRSA has served the needs of refugees and immigrants since 1911, when its affiliate structure assisted in the resettlement and reunion of families after World War 1. IRSA is composed of a national headquarters in Washington, DC, the US Committee for Refugees, its public information and publications arm, and a network of 32 community-based partner agencies throughout the United States. The staff and volunteer corps of IRSA and its partner agencies are multi-cultural and multilingual; representing more than sixty-five language groups, and are able to deal sensitively with the ethnic and cultural diversity of the clients they serve.
Immigration and Refugee Services of America accepts donations. Donate Now.
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