In December of 2015, Jennifer Silverstone traveled from Boston to refugee camps in France. The two camps, located in Calais and Dunkirk, are where thousands of Syrian families have ended up after their long journeys in search of shelter from the war. The conditions in the camps are difficult. Jennifer (a practicing nurse) provided material necessities, medical care, friendship, and human kindness.

After meeting the refugees and witnessing life in the camps, Jennifer knew that life would never be the same. Jennifer returned to Boston with a determination to help as many refugees as possible. From this, Eyes on Refugees was born.

Eyes on Refugees supports families fleeing war and persecution and seeks to raise awareness of the refugee crisis.Jennifer continues to travel to refugee camps in Europe to help provide sustainable solutions in a long-term crisis.

We also work locally in the state of Massachusetts to help newly resettled refugees get the support and resources they need. Eyes on Refugees is a small organization but a force. While this war has proven to have displaced an unprecedented amount of humans and it can feel overwhelming.

Our organization's motto is: Save One. Save a Generation.

EyesonrefugeesTuesday, July 25th, 2017 at 8:02pm
Throwing this out to the universe: we are moving a family of 5 from a 2nd floor apartment in Worcester to a 1st floor apartment in Worcester. The father is a paraplegic with a frail wife and 3 littles.
The move is this Saturday August 5th.
*please, we are in desperate need of volunteers to help us move this family. You can bring your children! Make it a family event of goodness.
**we need 3 full beds/box springs/frames
**we need everything from couches to drinking glasses to sheets and grocery gift cards to stock the fridge.
Even if you join us in Worcester for a couple hours max, many hands make light work. Please consider! You will be rewarded with coffee, donuts and good karma😁
Just sign up for anytime around 10am-3pm in comments section and I will PM details.
Thank you!
EyesonrefugeesSunday, July 23rd, 2017 at 9:07pm
We are getting closer to the date in which the family with a paraplegic father gets moved to a first floor accessible apartment and an electric wheelchair. Dignity is
headed his way!
We are planning a weekend move and hope all hands are on deck. Please message me. The move is within Worcester.
We do need a full bed set and couches, linens, comforters, towels, gift cards to market basket.
Many thanks! And I hope you get to be a part of such a fulfilling and life changing event for this family.
Message me for details!
Eyesonrefugees shared The Story of Stuff Project's post.Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 7:42pm
EyesonrefugeesWednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 7:24pm
Sometimes, all a person needs is a chance to let the world see their light.
EyesonrefugeesWednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 9:20am
Eyes On Refugees is happy with the addition of a few new members helping us help the humans we serve!
Welcome aboard Tim and Jennifer!!
Eyesonrefugees updated their cover photo.Saturday, July 15th, 2017 at 10:05pm