Requests - Organizations & Individual

Please consider scrolling to the bottom of the list (last page) to requests that have been waiting the longest. Thank You! 

All of the requests on this page are from specific individuals, families or organizations. One of the core values of HYH is: only the individuals themselves know what they want or need and that it is critical to take the time to ask them. When you fund a request, you are providing something that not only the individual, family or organization needs but you are also supporting another HYH core value which is: immigrants, migrants and refugees should feel valued, respected and appreciated

If you would like to fund multiple requests, we suggest that you add up the total and make a general donation of that amount. You can list the requests you are funding in the comment section when you check out. Thx!

Kid's Sneakers

$ 27
Domy
Orford, NH - Veracruz, Mexico
Request Funded

Sneakers

$ 115
Domy
Orford, NH - Veracruz, Mexico
Request Funded

Deep Fryer

$ 115
Domy
Orford, NH - Veracruz, Mexico
Request Funded

Boots

$ 190
Don Hugo
Grafton County, New Hampshire - Mexico
Request Funded

Shoes

$ 161
Don Hugo
Grafton County, New Hampshire - Mexico
Request Funded

Boots

$ 94
Martín
Orford, NH - Veracruz, Mexico
Request Funded

3 Boys Shirts

Jose is a 6 year old boy from El Salvador. He and his mother travelled together to the U.S. to seek a better future.

During their journey, they were briefly separated, which resulted in Jose arriving before his mother. Jose’s single mother works full time at a restaurant to support her family but is still struggling with basic needs. Unaccompanied children served by Catholic Charities Atlanta are children who cross our borders and have no parent or legal guardian who is available to provide for their care and physical custody. For a limited number of Unaccompanied Children, the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement funds home studies and post-release services by social services providers to help ensure children are released into safe placements and to facilitate family and community integration after reunification.

$ 28
Jose
Triangle, VA - El Salvador

Hoodie & Jeans

Jose is a 6 year old boy from El Salvador. He and his mother travelled together to the U.S. to seek a better future.

During their journey, they were briefly separated, which resulted in Jose arriving before his mother. Jose’s single mother works full time at a restaurant to support her family but is still struggling with basic needs. Unaccompanied children served by Catholic Charities Atlanta are children who cross our borders and have no parent or legal guardian who is available to provide for their care and physical custody. For a limited number of Unaccompanied Children, the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement funds home studies and post-release services by social services providers to help ensure children are released into safe placements and to facilitate family and community integration after reunification.

$ 21
Jose
Triangle, VA - El Salvador

Sneakers

Jose is a 6 year old boy from El Salvador. He and his mother travelled together to the U.S. to seek a better future.

During their journey, they were briefly separated, which resulted in Jose arriving before his mother. Jose’s single mother works full time at a restaurant to support her family but is still struggling with basic needs. Unaccompanied children served by Catholic Charities Atlanta are children who cross our borders and have no parent or legal guardian who is available to provide for their care and physical custody. For a limited number of Unaccompanied Children, the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement funds home studies and post-release services by social services providers to help ensure children are released into safe placements and to facilitate family and community integration after reunification.

$ 35
Jose
Triangle, VA - El Salvador

2 Sweatpants

Jose is a 6 year old boy from El Salvador. He and his mother travelled together to the U.S. to seek a better future.

During their journey, they were briefly separated, which resulted in Jose arriving before his mother. Jose’s single mother works full time at a restaurant to support her family but is still struggling with basic needs. Unaccompanied children served by Catholic Charities Atlanta are children who cross our borders and have no parent or legal guardian who is available to provide for their care and physical custody. For a limited number of Unaccompanied Children, the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement funds home studies and post-release services by social services providers to help ensure children are released into safe placements and to facilitate family and community integration after reunification.

$ 32
Jose
Triangle, VA - El Salvador

Carseat/Stroller System

Belda is an active participant in the Healthy Start Program. She moved to the United States about a year ago and ended up in Florida a few weeks ago. Last year she experienced a miscarriage, and now she is pregnant again.

She and her partner are very excited about this baby. This pregnancy has been very healthy and progressing safely. They are due this November. Belda and her partner have taken English classes and they love learning new words. They have also learned a lot about their pregnancy and what to expect when the baby arrives. This stroller will help them as most of their money is spent paying for rent. They walk to most places.

$ 127
Belda
Clearwater, Florida - Albania

Bike, Helmet, Lock, & Pump

$ 243
Jose
Thomaston, GA - Honduras
Request Funded

2 Men's Pants

Vivian and Juan are a married couple from Colombia who came to the U.S. to claim asylum recently. They were granted asylum earlier this summer and are now beginning their new lives in New York.

They are starting completely from scratch and have almost no savings, belongings, or connections in the U.S. Vivian and Juan are receiving social services from Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement Services, and they are very grateful for all the help they are being provided. Vivian is working as a babysitter currently to make some money, but is looking for more employment opportunities. She is also taking ESL classes to improve her English, which she hopes will enable her to qualify for a better job. Vivian was an engineer in her home country and would like to work in the engineering industry, or at least something similar, here in New York eventually. Juan is working in construction for now, but he used to work in Marketing back in Colombia and hopes to continue his marketing career in the U.S. eventually. Both Vivian and Juan are looking for more stable employment so they can improve their circumstances. In the meantime, they are struggling financially due to their long journey with asylum and would be grateful for any help with new work clothes and items for their home.

$ 35
Vivian & Juan
Brooklyn, NY - Columbia

6 Pk Men's T-Shirts

Vivian and Juan are a married couple from Colombia who came to the U.S. to claim asylum recently. They were granted asylum earlier this summer and are now beginning their new lives in New York.

They are starting completely from scratch and have almost no savings, belongings, or connections in the U.S. Vivian and Juan are receiving social services from Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement Services, and they are very grateful for all the help they are being provided. Vivian is working as a babysitter currently to make some money, but is looking for more employment opportunities. She is also taking ESL classes to improve her English, which she hopes will enable her to qualify for a better job. Vivian was an engineer in her home country and would like to work in the engineering industry, or at least something similar, here in New York eventually. Juan is working in construction for now, but he used to work in Marketing back in Colombia and hopes to continue his marketing career in the U.S. eventually. Both Vivian and Juan are looking for more stable employment so they can improve their circumstances. In the meantime, they are struggling financially due to their long journey with asylum and would be grateful for any help with new work clothes and items for their home.

$ 23
Vivian & Juan
Brooklyn, NY - Columbia

Soap, Toothpaste & Shampoo

Angelica is an asylee from Ecuador living in Queens with her young son. She is working at a warehouse in Jamaica, Queens to support herself and her son. She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities and is taking ESOL classes in order to improve her English so she can get a better job.

She was granted asylum only recently and is still setting up her life in the U.S. Angelica was able to find a small studio apartment for herself and her son this spring and is still working on filling it with furniture and all the things they need. She has little extra money for these items, and any help would be appreciated.

$ 30
Angelica
Queens, NY - Venezuela

Dishsoap & Detergent

Angelica is an asylee from Ecuador living in Queens with her young son. She is working at a warehouse in Jamaica, Queens to support herself and her son. She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities and is taking ESOL classes in order to improve her English so she can get a better job.

She was granted asylum only recently and is still setting up her life in the U.S. Angelica was able to find a small studio apartment for herself and her son this spring and is still working on filling it with furniture and all the things they need. She has little extra money for these items, and any help would be appreciated.

$ 15
Angelica
Queens, NY - Venezuela

Small Dining Table & 2 Chairs

Angelica is an asylee from Ecuador living in Queens with her young son. She is working at a warehouse in Jamaica, Queens to support herself and her son. She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities and is taking ESOL classes in order to improve her English so she can get a better job.

She was granted asylum only recently and is still setting up her life in the U.S. Angelica was able to find a small studio apartment for herself and her son this spring and is still working on filling it with furniture and all the things they need. She has little extra money for these items, and any help would be appreciated.

$ 110
Angelica
Queens, NY - Venezuela

Microwave

Angelica is an asylee from Ecuador living in Queens with her young son. She is working at a warehouse in Jamaica, Queens to support herself and her son. She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities and is taking ESOL classes in order to improve her English so she can get a better job.

She was granted asylum only recently and is still setting up her life in the U.S. Angelica was able to find a small studio apartment for herself and her son this spring and is still working on filling it with furniture and all the things they need. She has little extra money for these items, and any help would be appreciated.

$ 58
Angelica
Queens, NY - Venezuela

Hand Sanitizer (4 pack)

Marlen is a mother from Honduras who is living with her children in Queens. Her daughter, Kimberly, joined her in the U.S. as an unaccompanied minor after she was threatened by gangs in her home town in Honduras and fled for her safety.

She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities in New York as she adjusts and maneuvers the justice system. Marlen has another child, a younger son, that is also living with them in their small apartment in Queens. Marlen recently lost her job when the restaurant she was working for closed due to the ongoing pandemic and is struggling to make ends meet to support her children. She is actively looking for work, but any help purchasing items her children need now would be appreciated at this time. As the school year approaches, Marlen especially needs help getting the required school supplies for her two children.

$ 19
Marlen
Queens, NY - Honduras

Paper Towels

Marlen is a mother from Honduras who is living with her children in Queens. Her daughter, Kimberly, joined her in the U.S. as an unaccompanied minor after she was threatened by gangs in her home town in Honduras and fled for her safety.

She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities in New York as she adjusts and maneuvers the justice system. Marlen has another child, a younger son, that is also living with them in their small apartment in Queens. Marlen recently lost her job when the restaurant she was working for closed due to the ongoing pandemic and is struggling to make ends meet to support her children. She is actively looking for work, but any help purchasing items her children need now would be appreciated at this time. As the school year approaches, Marlen especially needs help getting the required school supplies for her two children.

$ 13
Marlen
Queens, NY - Honduras

Wet Wipes

Marlen is a mother from Honduras who is living with her children in Queens. Her daughter, Kimberly, joined her in the U.S. as an unaccompanied minor after she was threatened by gangs in her home town in Honduras and fled for her safety.

She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities in New York as she adjusts and maneuvers the justice system. Marlen has another child, a younger son, that is also living with them in their small apartment in Queens. Marlen recently lost her job when the restaurant she was working for closed due to the ongoing pandemic and is struggling to make ends meet to support her children. She is actively looking for work, but any help purchasing items her children need now would be appreciated at this time. As the school year approaches, Marlen especially needs help getting the required school supplies for her two children.

$ 14
Marlen
Queens, NY - Honduras

School Supply Kit (32 pieces)

Marlen is a mother from Honduras who is living with her children in Queens. Her daughter, Kimberly, joined her in the U.S. as an unaccompanied minor after she was threatened by gangs in her home town in Honduras and fled for her safety.

She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities in New York as she adjusts and maneuvers the justice system. Marlen has another child, a younger son, that is also living with them in their small apartment in Queens. Marlen recently lost her job when the restaurant she was working for closed due to the ongoing pandemic and is struggling to make ends meet to support her children. She is actively looking for work, but any help purchasing items her children need now would be appreciated at this time. As the school year approaches, Marlen especially needs help getting the required school supplies for her two children.

$ 35
Marlen
Queens, NY - Honduras

Backpack

Marlen is a mother from Honduras who is living with her children in Queens. Her daughter, Kimberly, joined her in the U.S. as an unaccompanied minor after she was threatened by gangs in her home town in Honduras and fled for her safety.

She is receiving social services from Catholic Charities in New York as she adjusts and maneuvers the justice system. Marlen has another child, a younger son, that is also living with them in their small apartment in Queens. Marlen recently lost her job when the restaurant she was working for closed due to the ongoing pandemic and is struggling to make ends meet to support her children. She is actively looking for work, but any help purchasing items her children need now would be appreciated at this time. As the school year approaches, Marlen especially needs help getting the required school supplies for her two children.

$ 30
Marlen
Queens, NY - Honduras

Sweatshirt

$ 23
Don Javier
Franklin County, VT - Mexico
Request Funded

Sneakers

$ 53
Don Javier
Franklin County, VT - Mexico
Request Funded

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