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Peer-to-peer fundraising: from 0 to $5000 in 3 weeks

September 6, 2018 By Annie Nguyen This past April, when Jenny Devlin started to read stories about the separation of asylum-seeking parents and children at the border, she was outraged. She left messages at all her political representatives’ offices but still felt her voice wasn’t enough to effect change. She searched for an issue close to home where she might…

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Metamorphosis: ReWA’s 2018 Capital Campaign

ReWA’s new expansion during February 2019 snows. Our Capital Campaign We are happy to announce that our Capital Campaign-Metamorphosis is 92% complete, and with your help we raised over $5,000,000. Our beautiful new building expansion includes a gathering hall, meeting rooms, office and case management spaces, a teen resource center, and three preschool classrooms. This project was a monumental effort…

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ReWA’s Evening Social

Join us at ReWA’s Evening Social! Please join Refugee Women’s Alliance for an evening of fun featuring hearty appetizers, beer and wine, live entertainment, inspiring speakers, and an opportunity to support refugees and immigrants. Admission is free but guests will be asked to donate generously at the event. RSVP required. Please RSVP by October 11th. Event Details: Date: Friday, October 20th,…

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Metamorphosis Ale

Metamorphosis Ale is a collaboration between Mollusk Beer and ReWA to support the expansion of ReWA’s existing Rainier Valley facility. This expansion will increase space for our programs, including our Early Learning Center and Youth Programs, which benefit refugee and immigrant families. You can find 22 oz bottles of Metamorphosis Ale at select Whole Foods, Metropolitan Market, PCC stores and…

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Resilience in Action

Hawa and Halima: Resilience in Action By Ramlah Ringold Olt Only a few hours before their flight was scheduled for take-off, six-year-old Halima came down with food poisoning. Her mother Hawa felt hot tears spring to her eyes, the strain of the moment almost too much to bear. Hawa had spent the last 20 years in Ethiopia, behind the walls…

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