Together we have offered community support to over 300 individuals who have been forced to migrate from their homeland. Your support has been vital to this important work!
Register Now for the 2014 RIM Walk
Held at Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield, MA - this year's walk will be on Saturday, October 18th.
Learn more about the event and register today >>
Spiritual Care Givers Training in September
Spiritual Care Giving is an Interfaith ministry of listening to those who are in the Limbo of detention. Care Givers go in teams, are supervised in their work and provide an important humanizing presence. Most SCGs visit once or twice a month. How do I participate?
Join the RIM Recipe Book Project
We are excited to announce that RIM is launching a new fund raising project “Join the RIM Recipe Book!” Food recipes from all around the world provided by our clients, volunteers, and supporters will be gathered and published as a recipe book. Your favorite food recipes from your home country, region, religious community, or family are the essential “ingredients” for the recipe book. Learn how you can contribute >>
Resources for Congregations
Check out some recently added resources that congregations can use to spread the word about RIM's work. View resources >
Review RIM on GreatNonprofits.org
GreatNonprofits is the leading developer of tools that allow people to find, review, and share information about great nonprofits. Review Refugee Immigration Ministry today and help us build our profile!
Magazine fundraiser to benefit RIM
Purchase or renew your favorite magazine subscriptions in our online store and 40% of your purchase will go directly to our cause.
Visit our online magazine store >>
About RIM - Serving Immigrants and
RIM is an Interfaith, community-based organization that was founded in 1986.
RIM’s volunteers bring clients into relationships with their communities. Programs include:
- Community-based resettlement of asylum seekers and refugees
- Job preparation through English and computer classes
- Spiritual Care Givers who provide chaplaincy services to immigrant detainees.
- Case Management: All programs rest upon a strong Case Management plan, offering "new life and hope to uprooted people". As one client summed it up, "You took me from nowhere to somewhere."