Upcoming Events

  1. Volunteer Orientation

    April 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
  2. Volunteer Orientation

    April 20 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
  3. Free Citizenship Clinic

    May 11 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

What’s New


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 >

Volunteer Spotlight: John Guyton

This month’s volunteer spotlight features John Guyton, a Georgia native and active donor and volunteer for New American Pathways. John first discovered his passion for political engagement during his college career at American University in DC during a monumental period of American history—the Watergate scandal of the 1970s. A father of two and husband of 33 years, John has worked in the bicycle business… More >

Why Should We Vote?

“For the fun of it!” “Because we can!” Over the past few weeks, the middle school kids in our Bright Futures afterschool program got to experience the fun of voting for themselves. They also had a few words of advice for adults who are eligible voters. In school, they voted for homecoming king and queen, and then they participated in… More >

Volunteer Spotlight: Jackson Richard

This month’s volunteer spotlight features Jackson Richard, who served as our Communications intern – and so much more – this summer. He shares his perspective below. “I spent a truly spectacular summer working as the 2018 Communications Intern at New American Pathways. From my very first day, I was embraced with warmth, compassion, and humor by the New AP staff. By my last… More >

Volunteer Spotlight: Ron Nenner

This month’s volunteer spotlight features Ron Nenner, who serves as an English tutor in our Forward program. To potential volunteers, he says: “The only thing you need as a teacher is patience, a forward look, and a smile on your face. It’s very rewarding to get out of your comfort zone, help someone and their family, and then see them… More >

Launching Forward: Meet Abdul Karim

Abdul Karim is on a pathway to his American dream with the support of New American Pathways’ Forward program. Having supported the U.S. military in Afghanistan, Abdul Karim’s life was in danger. He fled his home country and, in 2014, received a Special Immigrant Visa to come alone to the United States. New American Pathways brought him to safety and… More >

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Church World Services Episcopal Migration Ministries
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Atlanta, GA 30345
United Way Community Partner
In partnership with MARTA