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Join Us

We believe that everyone can do something! Check out our volunteer staff positions to see how you might be able to serve refugee families on a regular basis!

Throw a Diaper Party

Invite your family, coworkers, small group, or circle of friends to provide refugee families with a supply of clean diapers. Use our Diaper Party Packet and get started today!

Donate a Carrier

As a parent, you know how life-giving it can be to free your hands while keeping your baby close to your heart. Donate your gently used baby carrier to a refugee family in need. 

Me 2 You

Use your creative skills to bring joy to refugee kiddos by making a blanket, hat, or doll. Your handmade items will be hand delivered by our teams.

Go and Serve

Do you have a week or more to serve refugee families? Join a distribution team to join our partners on the ground and hand deliver aid to refugee families.

Share Your Story

We know you’re working hard behind the scenes to make this world a better place. We would love to share what you’re working on in our community.

Upcoming Events

September 15 - 5 Years of Carry the Future

World Refugee Day: Casa Alitas

As we observe World Refugee Day, Carry the Future wanted to take a moment to describe work that is still being done to serve refugees, despite the current situation with Covid-19. Read on for a description of the important work being done at Casa Alitas. Once located...

World Refugee Day: Window Paint Challenge

World Refugee Day is observed on June 20 every year. On this day especially, Carry the Future wants to remind every one of the situation of refugees around the world. While there may be difficulties and strife in our home nations, as citizens of this planet, we are...

Raising World Changers: Black Lives Matter

We believe that Black Lives Matter. We believe that every person, child, and family deserves to be treated equally, with dignity, respect and compassion. We believe that racism, racial inequality, and racial injustice are pervasive and persistent problems faced by...

Raising World Changers: Lailah’s Lunchbox Story Time

The celebration of Ramadan is drawing to a close for the millions of Muslim refugees around the world. If you have Muslim friends who are observing, you might want to wish them "Ramadan Mubarak," meaning blessed Ramadan. This week, Carry the Future will read Lailah's...

Four Feet, Two Sandals – Raising World Changers Storytime Activity

At Carry the Future, we know that quarantine is difficult and isolation can feel overwhelming. Let's continue to keep the human spirit alive as we remember how connected we all are through a family storytime. Four Feet, Two Sandals is a story of friendship in a...

Raising World Changers: Dreamers Story Time

It's Mother's Day this Sunday, and Carry the Future would like to honor all the mothers, grandmothers, aunties, and caregivers. As we celebrate all the mamas of this world, we think of the refugee moms, trying to give their children a chance to live out their dreams....

Raising World Changers: My Two Blankets Story Time

At Carry the Future, we care about all children. As a pandemic sweeps throughout the globe, life is hard for all the little world changers out there. We know that many parents and caregivers are tackling multiple roles, including trying to act as teachers right now....

We’re All In This Together

What day is it? What month? Everything is blurring together a bit. We know that this is a challenging time for everyone. For some, you're facing job loss, food insecurity, and more. For others, you're struggling with mental health. You're losing your mind a little bit...

Spread LOVE, Not GERMS

Your FREE Friday printable is HERE! Click to Download This week, my girls finally broke down. They named all their fears and cried all the tears. They are sad about not going back to school. They miss their friends. They are worried that someone they love will get...

Printable Coloring Sheets

The Coronavirus Pandemic has already made a huge impact on our lives. We're all doing the best we can to educate our kids, work, and do our part in the world. Refugees and other vulnerable communities are also battling COVID-19. It's important to talk to our kids...