Welcome Kits for Refugees


This year, World Relief Durham will resettle hundreds of refugees to the area. These families have fled persecution in their home country and are beginning new lives here in the U.S. We invite you to join us in welcoming them to their new homes by building refugee Welcome Kits. Choose the various kits that you wish to purchase from Amazon and the items will be shipped directly to a new refugee family via our office.

  • Step 1. Click on the kit or kits you’d like to purchase

  • Step 2. Add each item in the wish list to your cart

  • Step 3. Check out as usual, and when it prompts you for a shipping address, make sure to choose World Relief Durham's Gift Registry Address to have items shipped directly to our office at 801 Gilbert St #209, Durham, NC 27701

If you would like to assemble welcome kits without purchasing through Amazon you are free to do so.  Just click this LINK for instructions on donating and a list of items.

Furniture kits

Help a refugee family to furnish their new home as they settle into life in the US.

Dining kits

Help provide a family items for dining in their new home.

Household kits

Provide items such as light bulbs, an alarm clock and more as they settle into life in the US.

Bedroom Kits

Give a refugee family new beds to have a place to sleep and rest.

Bedding kits

Help a refugee family sleep well by providing pillows, sheets and blankets.

Cleaning kits

Provide a kit stocked with essentials like trash bags and dish soap so that refugees can keep their new homes clean.

Cooking kits

Help refugees with cooking supplies to prepare healthy meals as they settle into life in the US.

Bathroom kits

Provide a fully stocked bathroom, complete with shampoo, toothbrushes, band-aids, shower curtains and deodorant.

Baby Kit

Help a family by providing the needed items for infant care.

School Kit

Help a refugee child make a strong academic start by providing gradeschool supplies.

Self-Sufficiency Kit

Help a refugee prepare to enter the workforce by providing the items to help them find and maintain employment.