Hope for the Sojourner This Holiday
Join us for donuts and coffee at the Aledo Volleyball Club on Friday, December 1st for a brief and engaging conversation about the challenges Asylum Seekers face in our city and how God is moving to care for the sojourner.
The Executive Director of DASH Network, Munatsi Manyande, will be speaking about the Asylum process and describe who the residents of DASH are and why they are so important to God and to our community.
We can’t wait to see you Friday morning at 8am-feel free to bring a friend!
Aledo Volleyball Club
425 FM 1187, Aledo, TX 76008
*Asylum seekers are not eligible for any government services until they receive Asylum (a process that can take 3 or more years) and asylum seekers do not receive a work permit for an average of 2 years after they arrive in the US. All residents in the DASH program are seeking asylum legally.
*DASH Network is one of less than 12 non-profits of its kind in the entire nation and represents 8% of the long-term beds offered in America for those seeking asylum.