As a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, we rely on the generosity of our community to support our job-training and social integration programs for refugee adults and youth. Donations enable us to pay the stipends for our trainees, hire top-notch teachers and support staff, and create meaningful opportunities for people to meet refugees and learn about refugee resettlement.

Recurring donations are especially important as they contribute to the stability of our programming by providing monthly revenue that we can anticipate and our trainees can count on.

And, of course, you can always send a check to Beautiful Day at 66 Benefit Street, Providence, RI 02904

Other ways to give

Matching gifts

Many companies have matching gift programs to encourage charitable giving by their employees. Please check with your employer to see what incentives are available and let us know so we can complete the necessary paperwork.

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Team up to sponsor a refugee

Does your church, school or civic group want to get more involved? We can show you how to organize a team of like-minded colleagues to sponsor one of our trainees.

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Like many nonprofits, we rely on volunteers to help in a number of ways.
Currently, we need help with:

- Mentors for refugee youth
- Social media
- Research
- Invite a refugee to come speak to your group or classroom

in-kind donations

In-kind gifts might include marketing services, event sponsorships, technology equipment, kitchen equipment, etc. Please contact us for further information.

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If you shop at Amazon, it's simple to designate Beautiful Day as your nonprofit of choice and they will send us a small percentage of your purchase.

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Our impact

To date, we’ve worked with nearly 120 refugees representing 14 nationalities and 20 ethnicities, including many with no first-language literacy. We offer training for both refugee adults and youth at multiple levels, though our priority is those facing the most significant job-entry barriers.

Almost all of our staff are themselves former refugees who understand the challenges. Over 70% of our graduates move on to permanent jobs, providing for their families, contributing to the economy and enriching their communities with their determination and resilience.

One of the tragic [realities] of our time is that we know more than ever about the...sufferings of the world and yet are less and less able to respond to them.

Henri Nouwen