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    Will you join us? ARC teams are reimagining humanitarianism for the 21st Century. We are on a mission to transform our work to be more human, impactful, relevant and authentic. The world’s problems are tougher than ever, but we also see an unprecedented opportunity to bring a world full of amazing people together to work on these hard challenges.
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    ARC often hosts events and opportunities open to the public, and we speak to community groups all the time. We also love new ideas and the chance to work with new people and groups to make change in the world. You can find ways to get to know us and get involved or reach out to an ARC team member to simply ask a question or inquire about how we might work together.
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    Many Ways to Give

    We believe that giving is an incredibly personal experience – and that’s why people choose to give in so many different ways. But deciding how to give can also be an overwhelming experience. We’ve compiled some of the most common ways that people choose to support refugees and the American Refugee Committee. Please use the information provided as a guide but know that at the American Refugee Committee we remain open to new and different ways of giving.
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    Rolling out the red carpet for one rockstar humanitarian and her family.

    Day 268

    VIPs for a Day

    It's often true that many of the humanitarians we work with pour their heart and soul into the work we do. They give up a lot to give to others - including their time.

    One simple change for Rohingya refugees

    Day 267

    On the Bench

    Sometimes in emergency situations, meeting someone's basic needs is top of mind. But we also know that a person is much more than their basic needs.

    Keeping one community out of the rain

    Day 266

    Rainy Season

    In the refugee camp, Rohingya refugees need to walk long distances every day for firewood, supplies, and food rations - really anything they need. These needs don’t stop when the rain starts.

    Helping shelters for Ronhingya go from dusty to green

    Day 265

    Making a Home

    Before fleeing, most Rohingya lived in villages and were farmers and gardeners. Much of their food came from plants, trees and crops. Now, they don’t have any of this in the refugee camp and much of the land has been deforested.

    Changemakers 365

    by American Refugee Committee

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    The world’s tough problems can seem insurmountable. So at ARC, while we tackle those big problems we also do what’s doable. Right then. And that’s what Changemakers 365 is all about. Learn more!

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    Changemakers 365 members give either $30 per month or a one-time gift of $365 (it’s free for anyone who has ever lived in a refugee camp). Join us!

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