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Border Kids' Relief Project to Aid Refugee Children Launched

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Dolores Huerta Foundation, Speak Hispanic, Family is Familia and Partner Organizations Launch

The Border Kids' Relief Project

Nationwide effort aims to build awareness and support for organizations providing child refugee relief

in TX, CA and other locations

Washington, DC – July 15, 2014 – For families caught in the stormy situation at the U.S. border, the situation is beyond inhumane. While offering help to the unaccompanied minors being held at detention centers across the country is not allowed at the moment, there are groups of accompanied children being transitioned into immigration proceedings as they relocate to areas where they have a family support system.

 

 

 

 

 

Border Kids' Relief Project to Aid Refugee Children Launched

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Dolores Huerta Foundation, Speak Hispanic, Family is Familia and Partner Organizations Launch

The Border Kids' Relief Project

Nationwide effort aims to build awareness and support for organizations providing child refugee relief

in TX, CA and other locations

Washington, DC – July 15, 2014 – For families caught in the stormy situation at the U.S. border, the situation is beyond inhumane. While offering help to the unaccompanied minors being held at detention centers across the country is not allowed at the moment, there are groups of accompanied children being transitioned into immigration proceedings as they relocate to areas where they have a family support system.

 

 

 

 

 

Border Kids' Relief Project to Aid Refugee Children Launched

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Dolores Huerta Foundation, Speak Hispanic, Family is Familia and Partner Organizations Launch

The Border Kids' Relief Project

Nationwide effort aims to build awareness and support for organizations providing child refugee relief

in TX, CA and other locations

Washington, DC – July 15, 2014 – For families caught in the stormy situation at the U.S. border, the situation is beyond inhumane. While offering help to the unaccompanied minors being held at detention centers across the country is not allowed at the moment, there are groups of accompanied children being transitioned into immigration proceedings as they relocate to areas where they have a family support system.

 

 

 

 

 

Call us: 646.932.7752

Write to us: contact@borderkidsrelief.org

 

contact@borderkidsrelief.

 

 

 

 

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