Knitting Together, a team which meets once a week for knitting, embellishing, and packaging hats and blanket buddies for local groups and people in need, has kindly chosen International Neighbors as a recipient of their warm and beautiful hats. Thank you Knitting Together!  

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On January 11th, Susan Parmar, International Neighbor’s Community Connections Chair and board member, will give a keynote address representing International Neighbors as the Charlottesville High School National Honor Society’s new non-profit beneficiary. We are honored to have been chosen by this stellar group of high school students!

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Thanks to our Village of Volunteers and Super Supporters like YOU, we CELEBRATE… 10… donated VEHICLES, thus increasing independence and opportunities for ten families families living and working in Charlottesville… 9… summer CAMPS welcomed 214 international neighbors, enhancing the lives of these adolescents and their camp-mates in a multitude of ways… 8… with a 4 (that’s 84!) houses became HOMES with the addition of furniture, curtains,…

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Kari Miller, International Neighbors founder is profiled on the Charlottesville blog In Her Company—a site which celebrates the strength and grace of women, the beauty of our friendships, and the power of our influence. Read more about what inspired Kari to start International Neighbors, her inspiration and advice. 

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We are excited to announce that International Neighbors (IN) was selected as one of the 2018 beneficiaries of the Charlottesville Ten Miler. We will post more information soon on how you can help be a volunteer for IN during the races.

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Madison Carter – NBC29 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – A family that fled the war in Syria is finding a new life in Charlottesville thanks to the help of some friendly neighbors. [Read more…] Source: http://www.nbc29.com/story/35329560/organization-helps-refugee-family-find-new-life-in-charlottesville

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We are overwhelmed by the support of our community and the success of tonight’s fundraising event. Thank you to Michelle Piña Damiani and Susan Manning Parmar and everyone else who organized the Soup Supper. And thank you to all the volunteers, chefs and neighbors who made this possible and attended. Kari Miller, International Neighbors Executive Director shared a perfect…

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Courteney Stuart – CBS19 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (NEWSPLEX) — A Syrian refugee who was struck by a car last week is still in a coma and his prognosis is uncertain, according to the head of an organization assisting his family. [Read more…] Source: http://www.newsplex.com/content/news/Fundraiser-for-Syrian-refugee-struck-by-car-413774343.html

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