There are many ways that you or your organization can get involved with Asylum Access to help support forcibly displaced individuals and communities.
We are so glad that you want to get involved to help protect and promote refugee rights around the world! There are lot of different ways that you can support our work, so please take the time to explore the options below.
We regularly welcome volunteers to join in at our national organizations to help out with their programming and operations. We make sure that all our volunteers feel supported and given full opportunity to contribute their skills and ideas to support refugees and refugee-led initiatives.
Join our team
Our team is growing! If you would like to contribute your skills and enthusiasm toward advancing the rights of refugees around the world, why not consider applying to join our team? One of our key values is that we believe in our team, which means that we invest time and resources in making sure that every employee enjoys their work and has plenty of opportunities to develop personally and professionally.
Partner with us
We are big believers in the power of partnerships. Whether you are a student group, a media outlet, a grassroots organization, or a large foundation, we are sure that there are lots of ways for us to work together to advance the rights of refugees. We’ve listed lots of ideas here, but we are always open to more!
Start a fundraiser
Making a gift to support the rights of refugees around the world can be immensely rewarding and impactful, and it can be even more fun when done as a group. You can take the initiative and start a fundraiser either online or in-person with your friends, family and colleagues. We’re here to help with tools and support to make your fundraiser a success.
Join the conversation
Finally, one of the simplest ways to get involved is to stay tuned in to the news and conversation on refugee rights and share key issues with your network. We do our best to share the latest on our work as well as commentary on the latest developments affecting refugee communities around the world. You can also check out the social media accounts of our national organizations in Mexico, Malaysia and Thailand.