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With Love for Our Secret Santas

Every year, as the holiday season approaches, New AP reaches out to the Atlanta community to ask for “Secret Santa” gifts to share with the refugees we serve. We want to show refugees that all are welcome and treasured here, and that the season of giving applies to everyone. With nearly 200 children in our afterschool programs alone, we wonder… More >

A Gift for Claudine

Not only did our 2018 Secret Santas help us share gifts with all of our Bright Futures refugee youth, they enabled us to provide gifts for newly arriving families and other women, children and families served through our longer term programs like Parents as Teachers, English at Home and ongoing case management. Here is just one story about one woman,… More >

February 2019 Volunteer Spotlight: Fred Rascoe

Above: Middle school students with Fred Rascoe (back row, middle) and lead teacher Winston Persaud (back row, right) This month’s volunteer spotlight features Fred Rascoe, a librarian at Georgia Tech, who finds time to tutor new American students in New AP’s Bright Futures afterschool program. Fred says that it takes a lot of hard work and dedication to help middle… More >

Learning for Life

Mohamad, a refugee from Burma (now Myanmar), came to the United States alone in 2014. Since then he has worked several labor intensive jobs, gone to school and spent many hours contacting people and filling out forms trying to reunite with his family. He successfully brought his wife and two of his children to the United States. Mohamad speaks Burmese,… More >

Volunteer Spotlight: Yaunna Hunter and USC

This month’s volunteer spotlight features Yaunna Hunter, a student at The University of South Carolina who recently volunteered with New AP through an Alternative Fall Break Experience. Yaunna has always had a passion for non-profits and brought the same exciting energy to her week with New American Pathways. Alternative Fall and Spring Breaks are a way for students to go outside… More >

Shop by 12/13 to Be a Secret Santa!

Be a Secret Santa for Refugee Youth Our Secret Santas give to refugee and newly arrived families to celebrate the season and make them feel welcome. We have 180 children in afterschool programs alone, so we need your help!   Shop our Secret Santa Amazon Wishlist  and have items sent directly to us. Or, take some inspiration from our wish list… More >

Double Your Donation for #GAgives on #GivingTuesday!

Black Friday is over. Cyber Monday is done. What’s left? Cleanse your palate from the shopping craze by giving back! Today is #GAgives on #GivingTuesday, and we are thrilled to have two extraordinary donors providing $19,000 in match! That means we can turn $19,000 raised online into $38,000 to support refugees in Georgia! Thanks to TIF Foundation for providing a… More >

From a First-time Voter

First-time voter, Harry Osayimwen, moved to Georgia from his native Nigeria in September 2011 to be reunited with his then 16-year-old son and, as Harry says, “to be the dad my son wanted me to be.” An engineer by trade, Harry has been working as an office administrator in Norcross where he commutes from Stone Mountain. After seven years of… More >

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