World Refugee Day
Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at 7:41
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Today, June 20 is World Refugee Day. Remember those who are forced from their homes by war, persecution and famine. Why not send a donation today to one of the many organizations big and small that are working with refugees around the world.

If there is someone you know in your community who is a refugee, try and get to know them — being ripped away from friends and family is one of the many impacts for refugees.

Photo Randy Vanderveen Lebanon A Syian refugee hugs her daughter in one of the many settlements in Lebanon. One of every three people in Lebanon is a refugee. Photo Randy Vanderveen 2015-11-30 Lebanon Beqaa Valley Zacharia is just one of the millions of children around the world who are refugees. The unknown forces them to deal with worries that most adults would find difficult to bear. Photo Randy Vanderveen 2015-11-30 Lebanon Beqaa Valley Photo of a refugee settlement in Lebanon.

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