EIW Employees Clean Houses for Journey’s End Refugee Services

Journey's End Refugee Services | Eberl Iron Works Inc. | Buffalo NY USA
Nov 30 2023

Eberl Iron Work’s Community Outreach Committee worked with Journey’s End Refugee Services, during our Day of Giving. Several employees helped clean and furnish an apartment on Buffalo’s East Side for a refugee family. A Rohingya family of refugees that arrived from Malaysia will be moving into the apartment. The family includes two children, a 5 year old boy and a 2 year old girl.

Our employees had a lot of fun and really enjoyed having the opportunity to volunteer for such an amazing cause.

“We got in there and the apartment was completely empty and dirty. Now it is move in ready for the family. We hope they enjoy their new place and we were all glad to be able to help out”

Steven Dahn

Steven is the Community Outreach Chairman at EIW. (Pictured from left to right, above, EIW Employees Steven, Justin, Fred, Anthony, Andrew, John E., and Greg). Find out more About Us here.

What Is Journey’s End Refugee Services Buffalo?

Journey’s End is a community-based organization that aims to acclimate refugees in Buffalo, and to assist them in becoming contributing members of their community. Journey’s End helps refugees tackle language barriers, housing demands, job placements, schooling needs, and much more. Visit their website to view a complete list of resources they offer.

How to Donate Clothes to Refugee Camps

With winter right around the corner, there is great need for coats and other winter accessories to help keep families safe and warm during the colder months. Journey’s End accepts various types of winter apparel, including coats and jackets for children and adults, mittens, gloves, scarves, and hats. All items must be new or gently-used and clean. If you’d like more information about clothing donations, or other ways to donate time or resources you can visit their website.

Refugee Donations Near Me

There are many ways to donate to various local organizations that help refugees out. If you’d like to know more about how to donate to refugee camps, there are a number of local resources we can point you towards.

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