Let’s Do Something Together!
We’re always excited to meet amazing people doing amazing work.
American Refugee Committee is organized to unlock the idealism and goodwill in the world. We offer regular opportunities to learn more about our work or get involved. But we also recognize that one size never fits all. We welcome the chance to work with people who want to do something new.
The Changemakers Ball is an event to inspire connection and change worldwide. From Silicon Valley to Congo to Minnesota - we connect our favorite people from around the world to celebrate humanitarian breakthroughs. It's also the night when we recognize the recipient of the Changemakers Award, given to an ARC global team member who is making change and coming up with new ways to help the people they serve. This year's Changemakers Ball takes place Saturday, November 10 at The Armory in Minneapolis.
Just as the rivers we see are much less numerous than the underground streams, so the idealism that is visible is minor compared to what men and women carry in their hearts, unreleased or scarcely released.”
– Albert Schweitzer
It’s important to us to get out of our office and talk to new people. ARC team members, including our President Daniel Wordsworth, are often out speaking to community groups – from church services to corporate lunch-and-learns to school classrooms. We can’t make every request happen, but we try our very best.
If you’re interested in ARC presenting to your group, please don’t hesitate to ask us. Use the contact form linked at the bottom of this page, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call (612) 872-7060.
There’s been a lot of focus lately on organizations like ARC giving people a window into our work. We do that whenever we can. However, we feel it’s far more transformative for everyone (for you and for ARC) when we can provide a doorway into the work we do.
It isn’t for everyone, and it requires a shared purpose and commitment of all parties. But we’re always open to the prospect of co-creating new projects and engagement opportunities with committed individuals who want to make a change in the world. Some of our most important and meaningful work has come through partnerships like these (our Asili social-enterprise in Congo, for one.)
If this sounds up your alley, use the contact form linked at the bottom of this page, send an email to email@example.com, or give us a call (612) 872-7060.
Get In Touch
We’re here to answer your questions and talk about your concerns. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. If we’re not immediately available, we’ll respond to your message as quickly as we can. Contact us with the contact form linked at the bottom of this page, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call (612) 872-7060.