Julio was brought to the United States in 2005, when he was only 13 years old. Unfortunately, he did not find a welcoming land of opportunity here, but was instead terrorized and exploited by an abusive uncle.Read More
Refugee kids find a home with their team and their coach. Their school finds a home with a United Methodist Church.Read More
JFON New York reunites sisters after a 22-year separation
“If anything happens to me,” her father told her, ‘”you have to continue. You have to bring your sister here.”Read More
“This is where my family is. This is my home.” Nailah looked at Graham, her dark eyes pleading. “I don’t know anything about Egypt anymore. Please help me become a citizen so I don’t have to go back there.”Read More
There was always a feeling of sorrow about Consuelo, says Eddie, even when she looked happy. “Her heart,” he says, shaking his head, “was always with her children.”Read More
Our 16th site is in California and the only JFON site in close proximity to the U.S.-Mexico Border.Read More
Tens of thousands of ordinary Syrians have disappeared over the last four years. They are taken from their homes, schools, offices, and markets. There is always some place where they were last seen. But they are never seen again.
Tarek almost became one of the legion of disappeared himself.Read More
I wanted our Muslim brothers and sisters to know that as a Christian, I was standing with them.Read More
Iowa JFON Celebrates a Victory for Love and Family.
There was no guarantee of a happy ending. It would take courage, faith, and lots of hard work from Iowa JFON to keep this new family together.