Two Weeks in Numbers

Deeper Interactions

Donated Items Dispatched

New Families Connected

Youth Mentored

Families served this week are rebuilding their lives in: Anaheim, Buena Park, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Lake Forest, Orange, Tustin, Santa Ana, Westminster, Yorba Linda. Each set belonging to the same category (e.g., drinking glasses, serving plates for the whole family) is considered 1 item.

2024 January to Present

Deeper Interactions

Donated Items Dispatched

New Families Connected

Youth Mentoring Moments

Your Impact in Stories

Amira from Yemen: From Animosity to Advocacy

When Amira first visited VOR, she felt cold and dismissive toward Christians. After all, she once taught the Quran to children at her local mosque. "What could followers of Jesus bring to the table when it comes to knowing God?" Her animosity sparked some tension among the VOR community and even...

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Abdul from Afghanistan: Word in Progress!

We met Abdul's family through a referral by our Afghan friends living in the same apartment community. A gentle soul, Abdul is a father of three sons and husband to Najiba, who has cancer. Thanks to rides provided by the VOR network (click here to join our ESL bridging fleet), Abdul attends our...

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Press Release: Loving Our Neighbors Volunteer Rally

For Immediate Release Voice of Refugees (Anaheim, CA) Contact Email: vor@vorservices.org On March 8th, 2024, three Orange County non-profits that serve refugees via different approaches gathered together for a much-needed conversation. With over 40 local church representatives and engaged...

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Layan from Syria: From tears to eternal refuge

Today's sharing is contributed by VOR staff R, about how the Holy Spirit worked in the heart of a single young woman, Layan. "Blessed be the name of the Lord. Layan, a 24-year-old Muslim girl from Syria, whom I have known for about 4 years, used to come to VOR, and it has been four years since she...

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Reem from Syria: Special Needs, Special Grace

Daily, we see families walk into VOR looking distraught; feeling lost and overwhelmed, because their first 10-15 days in America were nothing that they expected. Often, families find themselves stuck inside a motel room. All they can do is wait: for a phone call, for new paperwork, for a ride....

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