Preferred Communities Grants

Publication Date: February 9, 2018

Since the early 1990s, Preferred Communities have provided resettlement services to newly arriving refugees. Current Preferred Communities projects support extremely vulnerable individuals, who may have difficulty navigating U.S. support systems.

Grantees by Agency/Affiliate

Grantee Name End Date Amount Contact
Church World Service, Inc. Visit disclaimer page 9/29/2021 $1,585,215 Carleen Miller
475 Riverside Rd. Suite 700  New York, NY 10115-0074
212-870-2655
Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society Visit disclaimer page 9/29/2021 $1,289,431 Demetrio Alvero
815 Second Ave. New York, NY 10017-4503
212-716-6203
Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc. Visit disclaimer page 9/29/2021 $1,416,989 Allene Wright
901 S. Highland St.  Arlington, VA 22204-2400
703-685-0510
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Inc. Visit disclaimer page 9/29/2021 $1,357,888 Alicia Wrenn
1300 Spring St. Suite 500 Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-844-7912
International Rescue Committee, Inc. Visit disclaimer page 9/29/2021 $2,151,363 Sandra Vines
122 East 42nd St New York, NY 10168-1289
212-551-2929
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, Inc. Visit disclaimer page 9/29/2021 $2,092,420 Megan Bracy
700 Light St. Baltimore, MD 21230-3850
410-230-2700
US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants  9/29/2021 $1,990,049 Saba Berhane
2231 Crystal Dr. Suite 350 Arlington, VA 22202-3711
703-310-1132
US Conference of Catholic Bishops Visit disclaimer page 9/29/2021 $3,144,736 Rachel Pollock
3211 Fourth St, NE  Washington, D.C. 20017-1194
202-541-3345
World Relief Corporation of National Association of Evangelicals Visit disclaimer page 9/29/2021 $1,579,010 Mandy Barb
7 E. Baltimore St. Baltimore, MD 21202-1602
443-414-4625

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