2014 Global Gourmet

Thank You!

  • A Huge Success!
  • Great Music!
  • Record Attendance!

Kicking Back

Support Kieran's Project to help KRM

  • All donations benefit KRM and Refugees
  • Multi-faceted Eagle Scout Project

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Donna Craig

Donna Craig Memorial

Donation from Donna's Family

  • Ben Straus
  • Emily Watts with Leo and Hattie

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Shop at Beaded Treasures

Come Visit Us !

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Lunch & Learn

Join Us !

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Elder Program Interview

KET Louisville Life

Survivors of Torture

Support the Survivors of Torture Recovery Center, operated through the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville

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Faith Grow By Risk

Faith Grows By Risk

The Story of Kentucky Refugee Ministries

Published in KRM founder, Donna Craig's honor and memory.

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Furniture Donations

Donations Request

Urgent Request for Arriving Refugee Families

  • Cribs
  • Car Seats

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Pedal Power Project

Bicycles for Refugees

Pedal Power Project

  • Beargrass Christian Church
  • Used bicycles needed
  • Will be reconditioned for gifts to refugees at KRM

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Shop for Refugees at KRM

Shop For Those In Need

  • Blankets, Bus Passes, Winter Clothing
  • Sponsor a Refugee Family
  • Medical Assistance, Groceries, Utility Assistance

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Labor of Love

A Labor of Love

Jim and Gwen Murphy

Our involvement with the refugee program began in March after much thought and prayer. Lee Welsh called us on April 13th saying that “our” family would be arriving from South Africa on April 19th.

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KRM United Soccer Team

Support KRM United

  • What is KRM United
  • Contribute Items

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Mukhtar Comments

Many fellow citizens in the U.S. and Louisville Refugee's are concerned about the fate of Somalis back home. Mukhtar Ahmed lives in Louisville, Kentucky and he's from the southern Somalia where the famine is hitting extremely hard.

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Refugees from Burma now call Kentucky home

Since 1990, over 92,000 refugees have fled the brutal regime in Burma to settle in the United States. CBS News correspondent Seth Doane reports on some who have made a new start in Kentucky.

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Faith Grows
By Risk

This is the story of Kentucky Refugee Ministries, a resettlement agency based in Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky.
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Shopping for Refugees

Refugees depend on the generous donations of people like you to assist them in rebuilding their lives.
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Help Refugee Families

We have many families in need of additional assistance.

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    Thank You – Ky Arts Council

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    Because of this grant from the Kentucky Arts Council, the elders were able to do many exciting activities throughout this past year!

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    Kicking Back

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    Donate to help KRM and the refugees of KRM by supporting Kieran Waigel’s Boy Scout Eagle project.

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  • Lunch Learn

    Lunch and Learn

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    Come and see what Kentucky Refugee Ministries is doing. Hear stories from refugees. Listen to our staff explain the details of the many programs going on and find ways that you can help.

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    Refugee Elders become U.S. citizens!

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    During the months of August and September, we celebrated several Refugee Elders obtaining their citizenship during two beautiful naturalization ceremonies hosted at the Galt House and the Immigration office. Students from Burma-Karen state, Ukraine and Cuba received their certificates with great joy in company of their teachers, family members and friends. Congratulations to our new citizens!

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    Elder program going on hayrides and pumpkin picking at Huber’s in Indiana

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    The Elder Program celebrated the arriving fall season with a field trip to the lavish pumpkin fields and apple orchard at Huber’s Farm in Indiana and enjoyed the hayrides to the fields

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    Global Gourmet 2014

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    Thank you to our sponsors of the 15th Annual Global Gourmet 2014!

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    St James Parking

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    We have been given the opportunity to sell parking spaces for the St. James Art Fair this weekend, Friday-Sunday, October 3-6. Money goes to support the KRM Services to Elder Refugees and Family and Youth Services Programs!

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    Art therapy August 2014 at the Elder Program

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    This month’s creative expressions with art therapist/artist Joyce Ogden and her niece Nana included paintings on different objects from several ethnic groups – Iraq, Sudan, Congo, Cuba and the Karen group – take a look and enjoy as they enjoyed themselves!

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    New Beginnings Tutor/Mentor Program at Calypso Cove!

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    Students and volunteer tutor/mentors enjoyed a day at Calypso Cove.

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    Community Speakers at the Refugee Elder Program Rock!

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    After enjoying some laughter together, Refugee Elders shared – with and without interpreters – a variety of ways to cope with adjustment challenges while settling into their new life and provided some insightful examples for others to follow

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    Annual Refugee Elder Art Show

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    Throughout the month of August, Iroquois Free Library is hosting a beautiful exhibition of amazing pieces Refugee Elder have worked on during the past year under the gentle guidance of Art therapist/ artist Joyce Ogden – while checking out library resources, take a look at their creative expressions!!!!!

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    Elder Program June Newsletter

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    Art therapy sessions—Bhutanese group, Willow Park Picnic, Locust Grove Baptist Church Youth Group, WRD, Exercises with Lettie, Birthday Celebrations.

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Kentucky Refugee Ministries, Inc. (KRM), a non-profit organization, is dedicated to providing resettlement services to refugees through community and agency-based co-sponsorship in order to promote self-sufficiency and successful integration into our community. KRM is committed to offering access to community resources and opportunities and to promoting awareness of diversity for the benefit of the whole community.