• SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

    Looking for a great summer internship?

    Applications are due April 1st! 

  • PROJECT EMPOWERMENT : INNOVATION

    Our Spring Interns have launched a fundraiser as their semester project. This campaign will raise funds to purchase computers and replenish the emergency fund. This will enable World Relief High Point to empower refugees and survivors of human trafficking with computer skills training and online ESL courses.

  • Reunited After One Year

    This husband and wife were separated for a YEAR. Today, Mulugeta and Ruta are celebrating their first Valentine's Day together in the United States! Click to view video.

  • Volunteer with World Relief High Point

    Volunteers play a critical role in helping refugees adjust to life in the United States. Whether helping navigate the bus system or building English skills over cups of tea, volunteers accompany refugees as they settle into their new lives.

  • Refugee Resettlement

    When violence or persecution drive families from their homes, World Relief provides the basic services refugees need to rebuild their lives.

  • Anti-Human Trafficking

    World Relief’s Anti-Human Trafficking Program works to raise awareness and provide victim advocacy and aftercare for survivors of human trafficking in North Carolina. 

Welcome to World Relief High Point

World Relief High Point, established in 1992, partners with the local church and community to assist refugee families by providing support as they adjust to their new lives in America. In addition to welcoming thousands of refugees into High Point over the past two decades, World Relief has also introduced the Anti-Human Trafficking program to raise awareness and provide care to trafficking survivors. 

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Anti-Human Trafficking

Awareness is the key to changing the face of slavery in North Carolina.  By making communities aware of the problem and how to recognize it, we can work towards a world free from slavery. With a heightened level of awareness, communities can aid in prevention, identification of victims, and advocacy. When we work with a human trafficking survivor, we first must focus on meeting immediate needs such as safe shelter, food, and medical care.

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