“If I Can Do It, You Can Too”

While so much has changed since KIND client Erica shared her story in February at a panel hosted by KIND and Refugees International in Washington,…...

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Thank You: 2020 Gala Sponsors

Despite KIND’s 2020 Gala, “Coming Together for Children Alone” not being held this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are eternally grateful for the…...

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Reaching the Most Vulnerable in the Central Valley

The Central Valley: foggy winters, hot summers, taco trucks, colorful murals, vast picturesque landscapes, towns separated by miles of fields with nothing in between. People…...

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KIND's Live Discussion on the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP)

Watch our Facebook LIVE discussion with Jen Podkul, KIND’s Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, as she details how the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) has…...

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“The Sky is The Limit”: KIND’s Immigrant and Refugee Voices Project Goes to Capitol Hill

As first-time visitors to Capitol Hill, Voices That Matter Most participants and KIND clients, Carlos* and Joshua*, could not contain their excitement to meet, share their…...

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The Power of Sharing Your Story

The power of stories and lived experience—this was the theme of a recent Voices That Matter Most workshop KIND held at our office in Boston with clients…...

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SGBV Prevention Programming for Youth in Honduras

Earlier this summer, KIND visited Casa Alianza, a children’s rights organization in Honduras, where a group of children and teens between the ages of 12 and…...

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"My son is not eating much anymore" - life under the Migrant Protection Protocols

A father describes his 3-year-old son's suffering as he and the boy wait on the Mexican side of the border for their chance to seek…...

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Two Children, Two Moms, and the Migrant Protection Protocols

KIND's Vice President for Legal Services describes two migrant families she met visiting the Mexico side of the U.S. Mexico border stuck in dangerous limbo…...

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