Refugee Hope Partners


Ready to Get Involved?

Steps for Volunteering

Please note, Volunteers must be grade 7 and up.  Due to the number of children we serve each day,
we cannot allow younger children of volunteers to attend with them. 

1. Fill out application (over 18 requires a background check).

2. Because our desire is to mobilize the Christian community of Raleigh toward service of our refugee neighbors, we do require a signed statement of faith. If this is a problem, please let us know as there are other organizations in the community that offer volunteer opportunities with refugees. The need is great and we would love to connect you.

3. Attend a volunteer orientation. See calendar for dates.

Please Download Volunteer Application and Mail to:

Refugee Hope Partners
6501 Fox Road
Raleigh, NC 27616


Areas of Service


Homework Help is available to students living in the Cedar Point community.  Students are paired with tutors to complete homework or work on remedial skills.  An incentive reading program keeps students moving forward.  All students are English as a Second Language learners, working hard to succeed in school while acclimating to a new language and culture.  Homework Help meets in the Cedar Point Community Center and follows the Wake County Public School Traditional calendar. 

bible studies

Six on-site Bible Studies occur weekly at Cedar Point.   Each group studies books of the Bible with a focus on sharing the gospel and discipling believers.

Read & Swim

For seven weeks each summer, children living at Cedar Point are given the opportunity to read at the Community Center in order to “earn” a swim time at the New Life Camp pool.  Students are paired one-on-one with reading tutors at four weekly sessions.  The goal is to maintain or improve English literacy during the summer months, while students are away from school.  Many children have learned to swim at the New Life Camp pool!