You are not alone.
Somebody cares.

At Hope 4 Humanity we believe in the power of hope, especially for those who feel hopeless. As we strive to disrupt unjust systems, we demonstrate that every person is of value and vital to the wholeness of our humanity.

Know the stories

  • Maria and baby Tomas

    When Maria began her walk to America, she didn’t know she was pregnant. She fled Venezuela after her husband was arrested and taken to jail.

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  • Ibrahim

    Ibrahim has the face of a thirty year-old man, but his lanky teenager’s body betrays his age. At 19, he’s a combat hardened soldier in the Sudanese RDF.

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  • Celeste & Esther

    Celeste keeps an arm around her Esther, her nine year-old daughter, as she warily surveils the people around them. The makeshift migrant camp outside Juarez is bad, but she has seen worse.

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Know the words


The word migrant reflects the common lay understanding of a person who moves away from his or her place of usual residence.


The word immigrant refers to people who are “foreign born.”


A refugee is someone who has been legally resettled in one country through a refugee resettlement program.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, refers to certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several key guidelines. They may request consideration of deferred action for a period of 2 years, subject to renewal. If approved, they will be eligible for work authorization if they can demonstrate economic necessity.

Title 42

Title 42 is a rarely used law that empowers federal health authorities to prohibit migrants from entering the country if it is determined that doing so could prevent the spread of contagious diseases.

Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is granted by the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security to eligible foreign-born individuals who are unable to return home safely due to conditions or circumstances preventing their country from adequately handling the return.

How well do you know the reality of immigrants?