C.A.R.E. Club Continues to Provide Community and Connection for Emerging Generations of Refugees

C.A.R.E Club is our weekly outreach event to the community. We serve a hot, healthy meal for dinner and provide a support system for those who come. We believe growth, in all forms, comes through relationships. CARE groups meet during CARE Club for 10-15 minutes where they discuss issues related to adjusting to a new life in America and life lessons that will result in flourishing. Recently, we discussed topics like communication, eye contact, and the importance of saying “please” and “thank you”.

Some students bring homework where they can get help and the adults who come get to have an English lesson after eating.

We have several things we say often to the group like, “Respect 3 things! What are those 3 things?” “Respect yourself, others, and property!”

We also ask everyone, “Why do we have CARE Club?” The answer, “Because we care for you!”

C.A.R.E. stands for: Connect with others | Aspirations  | Respect | Emotional health

Each week our conversation and small group is guided by these themes. We always start small groups with saying what we are grateful for the previous week. Contact us if you want to come and serve and be a part of C.A.R.E. club.

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