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Impact Report 2020

Our impact report from the year nobody expected is here. Click below to read about our year.
Impact Report 2020
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Families from Afghanistan are arriving

While our hearts are aching for Afghanistan, we are ready to welcome families arriving in the Chapel Hill area and help them create a safe, peaceful, dignified new home and robust support networks. The most effective way you can help is by setting up a recurring donation, but don't hesitate to get in touch with us if there is any other way you'd like to help.
Go to Donation Page
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RCP Awarded $300,000 to Address Language Inaccess in Healthcare

Refugee Community Partnership today announced a $300,000 grant in support of an ambitious campaign to address language inaccess within local health care institutions. The three year campaign is part of the Community Solutions for Health Equity program, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and led by the national non-profit health equity advocacy organization, Community Catalyst.
Read at Community Catalyst
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RCP Wins Triangle Community Foundation Social Innovation Award!

We are honored and elated to win the Triangle Community Foundation's Social Innovation Award! Learn more about RCP's Bridge Builders program, which--through a social justice lens--mobilizes neighborhood residents, service providers, teachers, students, families, and refugee community leaders into a vibrant support infrastructure, here.
In the Press

Neighborhood Support Circles Help Refugee Students Through Remote Learning

"It’s no secret that the pandemic has made everyone’s life harder. But remote learning presented a set of compounding challenges for refugee parents of school-aged children this year...Now a provider comes for four hours a day, five days a week to help the children with schoolwork and homework, translate school documents, and help parents create a plan for the year."
Read on Indy Week
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RCP wins GSK's IMPACT Award for Health Innovations

RCP wins GSK's 2019 IMPACT Award, for organizations doing innovative work to protect and improve community health. Celebrating 11 years in the Triangle Region, this highly competitive awards program recognizes organizations that are working hand-in-hand with the community to improve health.
Read at GSK
Language Justice

Chapel Hill Addresses Emergency Communications

“Chapel Hill’s refugee population is so often overlooked, which can get really frustrating considering how big a role they play in our community,” Aruba Ayesha, UNC RCP Board, said. Translating emergency messages is an initiative organized by the Building Integrated Communities Project, a collaboration between the Town of Chapel Hill and local individuals and community groups to increase knowledge, civic engagement and community development."
Reports

Impact Report 2020

Our impact report from the year nobody expected is here. Click below to read about our year.
Impact Report 2020
News

Families from Afghanistan are arriving

While our hearts are aching for Afghanistan, we are ready to welcome families arriving in the Chapel Hill area and help them create a safe, peaceful, dignified new home and robust support networks. The most effective way you can help is by setting up a recurring donation, but don't hesitate to get in touch with us if there is any other way you'd like to help.
Go to Donation Page
News

RCP Awarded $300,000 to Address Language Inaccess in Healthcare

Refugee Community Partnership today announced a $300,000 grant in support of an ambitious campaign to address language inaccess within local health care institutions. The three year campaign is part of the Community Solutions for Health Equity program, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and led by the national non-profit health equity advocacy organization, Community Catalyst.
Read at Community Catalyst
News

RCP Wins Triangle Community Foundation Social Innovation Award!

We are honored and elated to win the Triangle Community Foundation's Social Innovation Award! Learn more about RCP's Bridge Builders program, which--through a social justice lens--mobilizes neighborhood residents, service providers, teachers, students, families, and refugee community leaders into a vibrant support infrastructure, here.
In the Press

Neighborhood Support Circles Help Refugee Students Through Remote Learning

"It’s no secret that the pandemic has made everyone’s life harder. But remote learning presented a set of compounding challenges for refugee parents of school-aged children this year...Now a provider comes for four hours a day, five days a week to help the children with schoolwork and homework, translate school documents, and help parents create a plan for the year."
Read on Indy Week
News

RCP wins GSK's IMPACT Award for Health Innovations

RCP wins GSK's 2019 IMPACT Award, for organizations doing innovative work to protect and improve community health. Celebrating 11 years in the Triangle Region, this highly competitive awards program recognizes organizations that are working hand-in-hand with the community to improve health.
Read at GSK
Language Justice

Chapel Hill Addresses Emergency Communications

“Chapel Hill’s refugee population is so often overlooked, which can get really frustrating considering how big a role they play in our community,” Aruba Ayesha, UNC RCP Board, said. Translating emergency messages is an initiative organized by the Building Integrated Communities Project, a collaboration between the Town of Chapel Hill and local individuals and community groups to increase knowledge, civic engagement and community development."