Refugee Related Donations Management

Refugee Related Donations Management


The program provides volunteer opportunities to individuals living in Southern California. Services include refugee resettlement volunteer opportunities and refugee related donations management. There are no geographic restrictions.

Pomona Fairplex agreed to provide an emergency intake site (EIS) for unaccompanied children who have recently come to the United States.

A press release from Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis regarding this new site, with answers to frequently asked questions is available at

Fairplex is partnering with the Pomona Community Foundation (PCF), a local independent foundation whose Board is made up of the leaders of various civic institutions in Pomona. Monetary donations can be made to the Pomona Community Foundation's Esperanza Fund at The Esperanza Fund will help support the direct needs of the children, such as reunification packages for children.

Additional information is also available through the Pomona Fairplex at

APPLICATION PROCEDURE Visit website for information. All volunteers will have to undergo a comprehensive background check via a Department of Justice (DOJ) Live Scan, at a level that allows interaction with minors. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE There are no fees for service.
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Pomona , CA 91766 (Physical)

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Pomona , CA 91769 (Mailing)

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