Refugees have weighed heavy on our hearts the last couple of months. With the horrific news coming out of Ukraine and more than 4 million Ukrainian refugees displaced, we are doing everything we can to help those in need. As you may know, the Ba Bar family has a personal history as Vietnamese refugees and know the struggles and challenges that come along with it.
In the spirit of giving back, our May Community Partner Day is dedicated to helping Refugee Women’s Alliance in Seattle! On Tuesday, May 3 please dine at or order takeout from Ba Bar South Lake Union and we will donate 10% of all orders to help refugees arriving in Seattle.
Refugee Women’s Alliance is a local nonprofit whose focus is to help ease the burden of integration and self-sufficiency for refugee women in the Seattle area. They understand the difficulty of coming to a new country and for the last 35 years have created a community of resources for people from dozens of nations.
Please share this date with your friends and family and join us at Ba Bar U Village on Tuesday, May 3 for lunch, happy hour and dinner (or order online) and support this impactful organization!
Important Update – We are moving our monthly Community Partner Day from Mondays to Tuesdays starting this May! Please join us on the first Tuesday of every month at a rotating Ba Bar location. Thank you!
About Refugee Women’s Alliance
Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA) is an award-winning, nationally recognized nonprofit that provides holistic services to help refugee and immigrant women and families thrive. In 35 years of work with multi-cultural communities, we have refined our services to most effectively promote integration and self-sufficiency. All of our services are designed to quickly and effectively stabilize clients, promote acculturation, increase language proficiency, and improve employability.
Our services are available in over 50 languages and dialects. This means clients are paired with professionals who speak their first language and are specifically attuned to their native cultures. Because of this, staff are able to address the unique barriers to success that each of our clients face.
The local refugee and immigrant community sees ReWA as a home base, where they can overcome the barriers they face, connect with opportunities, and network with one another. Because community members feel safe and supported, ReWA has a positive and far-reaching reputation. Immigrant and refugee residents are familiar with our programs, and readily refer their friends, family and new arrivals in their communities. Our reputation goes a long way toward increasing program accessibility for local and newly arrived immigrant and refugee residents.
Learn more at rewa.org