The Twin Cities will host its 11th annual World Refugee Day celebration in 2017 on
Sunday, July 16th from 1-5PM at Loring Park
Twin Cities World Refugee Day recognizes the contributions of the more than 101,800 refugees living in Minnesota and honors the diversity of culture and experiences they bring to our community. As an organization that values this diversity, we invite you to join us in the celebration as a resource fair participant.
We will provide you with a table and two chairs. You will need to bring your own tent or canopy. We encourage organizations to work in teams so you can meet with potential clients and volunteers, and then have time to explore the rest of the festival. More than 40 refugee-serving organizations and over 1,000 community members are expected to participate and we wouldn’t want you to miss out!
Registration to be a 2017 Resource Fair vendor is now closed.
Please contact Samantha Vang at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Make checks payable to CAPI USA, attn: Samantha Vang OR pay conveniently through PayPal:
We would like to thank our 2016 Resource Fair Participants: Help Me Grow, Beat the Bug, Office of Multicultural Services, Planned Parenthood, Health and Wellness Chiropractor, LifeTrack, Asian Women United of Minnesota, GAP School, Minneapolis Public Schools, Community Dental Care, SEWD Foundation, Think Small, Minnesota Brain Injury, Health Access MN, Ramsey County Teen Check Up, Karen Organization of MN, MN Department of Health, Minnesota Literacy Council, Echo/TPT, City of St. Paul, State Services of the Blind, Refugee Resettlement Programs Office, HAP, Language Central, Minnesota Department of Revenue, St. Catherine University, Pillsbury United Communities, Student Placement Center – SPPS, University of Minnesota Extension, Green Card Voices, Arc Greater Twin Cities
We would like to thank our 2015 Resource Fair Participants: CAPI USA, American Red Cross Minnesota Region, New Americans Alliance for Development, Arlington Hills Community Center, Summit Academy OIC, Think Small, Hmong American Partnership, Hennepin County/Office of Multi-Cultural Services, Minnesota Stroke Association, HealthEast Roselawn Clinic, Guadalupe Alternative Programs, Planned Parenthood, Let’s Beat the Bug! University of Minnesota, Center for Victims of Torture, Lifetrack Inc, Minnesota Literacy Council, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, Community Dental Care, Disability Specialists, Ramsey County Child and Teen Checkups, Lutheran Social Services – Refugee Services, Catholic Charities, Minneapolis Public Schools, MDH Refugee and International Health Program, International Institute of Minnesota, People’s Center Health Services, Books For Africa, Minnesota Department of Revenue, United Way 2-1-1 @ Ceridian, Karen Organization of Minnesota, HealthPartners Center for International Health, MN Department of Human Services, Resettlement Programs Office, Wellshare International, Green Card Voices/Upwardly Global
We would like to thank our 2014 Resource Fair participants: Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Department of Management and Budget (MMB), Association of Minnesota Counties, Karen Organization of Minnesota, Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota – Minneapolis,Minnesota Literacy Council, Lincoln International High School, Immigrant Law Center,Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota – St Paul,American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council,American Red Cross, Asian American Press, WellShare International, East African Smoke Free Program, Books for Africa, UCare Minnesota, American Refugee Committee, The Center for Victims of Torture, ECHO Minnesota,Children’s Dental Services, Hmong American Partnership, LifeTrack Resources, United Way 2-1-1, Saint Paul-Ramsey County Public Health
We would like to thank our 2013 Resource and Vendor Fair Participants: African Development Center of Minnesota, American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa, Arch Language Network, CAPI, Catholic Charities, Center for International Health – HealthPartners, Center for Victims of Torture, Children’s Dental Services, City of Mpls Neighborhood and Community Relations, ECHO, Guadalupe Alternative Programs, Hennepin County Office of Multicultural Services, Immigrant Law Center of MN, International Institute of Minnesota, Karen Organization of MN, Minneapolis Public Schools, Minnesota Department of Health, Refugee Health Program, MN Council of Churches, MN Revenue, MN State Services for the Blind, MORE Empowerment School, North Hennepin Community College, Red Cross, Ucare, World Relief