Below is a collection of organizations we personally met with that provide humanitarian aid to refugees. We know them and believe in the work they do. Please learn more about who they are, read about our interactions with them, and support their work.

Caritas Internationalis reflects the social mission and core values of the Catholic Church. They have an organizational presence in 160 countries around the world and are committed to providing legal assistance, humanitarian aid, and advocacy for migrants.

Centro Astalli is the Italian branch of the Jesuit Refugee Service. JRS is an international Catholic organization, active in more than 40 nations, whose mission is to accompany, serve, and defend the rights of refugees and displaced persons, regardless of faith background.

Casa Scalabrini 634 is one of the communities developed by the Scalabrini International Migration Network (SIMN). This network focuses on providing social services to migrants by running schools, medical clinics, orphanages, shelters, and cultural centers.

Joel Nafuma Refugee Center is the primary outreach of the St. Paul’s Within the Walls Church, offering “radical hospitality to refugees in the heart of Rome.” The JNRC offer breakfast, language classes, legal assistance, psychotherapy, and a friendly atmosphere.