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Team 57:  Helping at Home

Team 57: Helping at Home

Volunteers for Carry the Future help refugees around the world. When the work of serving is at home, however, the sentiments are sharper, the senses are heightened, and the need to help is even more powerful. Read on as Team 57 recounts their work with asylum seekers...

Dads Do Something

Carry the Future first spotlighted Tom Cartwright in March 2018. A man of compassion, he's proving that men are needed and valued in the humanitarian effort to do so much good for refugees. Tom has been on a total of 5 trips for Carry the Future,  most recently...

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Do Something: Refugee Baby Shower

Sometimes, a seemingly small step can be the start of moving mountains. That's exactly what Uzma Jafri of Carry the Future and a team of volunteers have done by hosting their fifth refugee baby shower in Phoenix, AZ. Held at the First United Methodist Church of...

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Hope Through Aid: Baby Beds

Athens, Greece—The capital of Greece, its skyline punctuated with 5th-century BC landmarks. Below the hilltop of the The Acropolis, Carry the Future Team 8 arrived in Athens, desperate to do anything to provide relief and a more...

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Do Something: The Beginning of the Road

At Carry the Future, we believe that anyone, anywhere in the world, can do something to change the world. The bayside town of Homer, located on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, is populated by about 5600 residents. With only one road into the city, Homer is lovingly...

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Meet Our Executive Director, Alen Amini!

Our Carry the Future family is excited to introduce our first Executive Director, Alen Amini. Alen brings expertise and a desire to help refugees to our organization. As with all our volunteers, Alen has committed to serve refugee families without taking a salary....

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