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Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 4 people are interested
Donation Drop off

Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency is looking for volunteers who are available Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. to help move furniture donations. Volunteers must have large pick up trucks, vans, or trucks in order to transport furniture from the donor's house to the storage unit located near the CRRA office. CRRA does not have a pick up service and volunteer help is critical to the agency's ability to provide furniture donations for the apartments of the newly arriving refugee families. If you can help, do not hesitate to sign up, you will be making a real difference in the experience of refugees coming to our city. Let's make their new homes welcoming and comfortable.

How to Apply:
You can apply to volunteer at our website: http://carolinarefugee.org/volunteer/

Appropriate for adults with valid driving licenses.

If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Kurtz, Volunteer/Donations Coordinator, at rebecca.kurtz@carolinarefugee.org.

Thank you!

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About Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency



Mission Statement

The Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency (CRRA) believes all refugees and asylees deserve the chance to begin successful new lives in the United States. CRRA’s mission is to enable our clients to become self-sufficient and contributing members of American society by: Providing resettlement services to refugees and asylees who are escaping violence, persecution, and repression, without regard to their race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. Connecting refugees and asylees to other service agencies in the Charlotte area.


Since 1996, we have have settled more than 1,500 refugees from 36 countries. Currently we are settling Bhutanese from Nepal, Iraqis, Burmese and Somalis.

We furnish apartments and stock them with food so that once our caseworker meets the refugees at the Charlotte airport, they have a home. They receive help registering their children for school and obtaining Social Security cards and are able to attend classes for English as a Second Language (ESL). Our employment counselor endeavors to find them work. Clients are also provided with employment services, cultural orientation classes, and medical case management.

Crisis Support
Immigrants & Refugees


We'll work with your schedule.


5009 Monroe RdSuite 100Charlotte, NC 28205



  • Crisis Intervention
  • Truck Driving
  • Delivery


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 - 3 hours per donation pickup/apartment set-up.

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