Anne-Marie Grey assumes the post of executive director of USA for UNHCR at a time of extraordinary humanitarian crisis and displacement.
Anne-Marie Grey, Executive Director and CEO of USA for UNHCR, has been appointed as the new chair of the Advisory Panel of the International Fundraising Congress.
USA for UNHCR CEO and Executive Director Anne-Marie Grey delivers a thank you message to donors from Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh in February.
USA for UNHCR Executive Director and CEO Anne-Marie Grey discusses the importance of including refugees in the global COVID-19 response.
USA for UNHCR Executive Director and CEO Anne-Marie Grey and South Sudanese refugee Mary Maker reflect on three imperatives to ensure equitable COVID-19 vaccine access for refugees.
On Human Rights Day, USA for UNHCR's Executive Director and CEO Anne Marie Gray reflects on the need to ensure that digital connectivity is treated as a human right in COVID-19 recovery efforts.
Anne-Marie Grey, Executive Director and CEO of USA for UNHCR, reflects on her time visiting Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and how they will be impacted by climate change.
USA for UNHCR CEO and Executive Director Anne-Marie Grey reflects on the definition of home and invites Americans to welcome refugees who have been torn from theirs.
USA for UNHCR's Anne-Marie Grey and UPS's Laura Lane sat down with leaders in public health to discuss the role the private sector can play in global vaccine equity.
Empowering Refugees with Hope and Opportunity
Airbnb will match donations to USA for UNHCR up to $1 million through December 31 to bring attention and support to refugees around the world.
People across the United States are making a difference in the lives of refugees every single day. You, your friends and family members can make a difference today.
With this online event, we invite supporters and donors to meet the photographers behind the lens and hear their perspective on the power of photography in telling the refugee story.
The sharpest contrast between what home means for me and what it means for a refugee is that they long for what they left behind but are forced to focus on the future.
USA for UNHCR helps and protects refugees and people displaced by violence, conflict and persecution.
USA for UNHCR played a highly visible and transformative role during this years’ UN General Assembly week focused on the global refugee crisis.
The staff and current board of directors of USA for UNHCR welcome new board members Biar Atem, Matthew Marolda and Beth Turner.
The partnership with the UPS Foundation helps UNHCR quickly respond and make a difference in restarting the lives of people forced to flee.
The 2016 Airbnb “Belong Anywhere” campaign raised more than $1 million for refugees who are in dire need of assistance.
By meeting key standards, USA for UNHCR has earned accreditation from the BBB Wise Giving Alliance.
The Adopt-A-Future campaign launched in 2016 and works to prevent a lost generation by giving refugee children the education they need to build a better future.
More than 50 leading U.S. corporations pledge contributions aimed at creating durable solutions in support of refugees displaced overseas and in the U.S.
Our donors help fund opportunities for refugees to become self-sufficient, learn new skills and pursue opportunities to rebuild their lives.
To honor Martin Luther King’s legacy, refugees and refugee advocates in the United Sates share their favorite Dr. King quote and how it inspires their work today.