A safe space for refugee children to learn, grow and thrive
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
You can make a difference by giving, volunteering or advocating! Non-profits serving the Dallas refugee community, like Heart House, depend on your financial support and your time to keep things going. Of course, self-educating and spreading awareness to others is also important. There is a huge need for support in the refugee community, be that lending hand!
AN EDUCATION NON-PROFIT
Helping refugee kids
Heart House is an education non-profit that serves refugee children with a holistic after-school and summer program, utilizing Social Emotional Learning (SEL) to help them thrive in their new community. We’re located in the same residential areas as the families, offering a safe space for kids to learn, gain new experiences, and grow. We’re dedicated to meeting the academic and emotional needs of refugee children, because every child deserves a chance to reach their full potential.
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How our students grow
Make an Impact
Apply to become a volunteer and make a difference in the lives of the students.
“It’s easy for refugee families settling into a new culture and new language to get lost. Dallas prides itself in being a welcoming community, and this grant ensures that our youngest residents in Vickery Meadow have the best chance in life.”
“What I love about coming to Heart House the most is learning more things and seeing more people that give me more hope in life. Teachers, volunteers and friends tell me to be better and push through obstacles. Heart House is very important to me.”
“I’m thrilled to be part of an organization that puts children first. The after-school care and support that Heart House provides makes a tremendous difference in so many young lives. Our recent rebrand and website launch will further amplify our impact and reach to new supporters. I’m truly blessed by my involvement with Heart House and grateful for the opportunity to help these amazing children.”
“I love our teachers and volunteers. They make my day brighter and getting help with homework is really helpful, especially when I am having trouble.”
“I love coming to Heart House everyday, but my favorite part is all the field trips! I’ve been to a lot. They are always so fun.”
“I love attending Heart House because all of my friends are here and I always have fun. I also like making slime!”