Free English, Computer, and Citizenship Preparation
classes for immigrants and refugees
Join us on July 22nd for a family friendly fundraiser!
Since 1999, our organization has welcomed all newcomers to this land with open doors and open hearts, helping people from all religions, races, genders, ages, and backgrounds to adjust to life in a new country. Our resolve to carry out our mission to help immigrants and refugees is stronger than ever. Many have asked how they can help us. The greatest impact is through sending funds. Donations can be sent via check to our address below, or online, here. We also need supplies, which can be found on our wishlist: here. If you have fundraising experience or can help with outreach or administrative efforts, we need volunteer assistance in those areas, too. Thank you all for your help and support. We are all citizens of the same world, and we must support one another.
World Refugee Day
One in every 122 humans in the world today is a refugee or asylum seeker, according to the UN. A record 65.3 million people have been displaced from their homes. Some of them have moved to our local communities. Welcoming the Stranger has served refugees from 25 different countries. This World Refugee Day, you can help your refugee neighbors through Welcoming The Stranger. Help here: https://www.youcaring.com/WTSrefugees or click the blue button below.
Welcoming the Stranger is a non-profit educational ministry that provides free educational opportunities to immigrants and refugees in the United States. We do this in response to Jesus' instruction to his disciples that they should always welcome the strangers in their midst (Matt. 25:35). We provide free classes in English, computer skills, and citizenship preparation to adult immigrants and refugees in Lower Bucks County and Northeast Philadelphia. Classes are offered to all students regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or national origin.
Welcoming the Stranger
PO Box 1156
Langhorne, PA 19047
Phone: (215) 702-3445
Executive Director: Meg Eubank