In the News & Media
We want to spread awareness and love for people seeking asylum through both new media & press exposure. Listen, read and share with your friends!
Theology in the Raw
In this interview with Christian author Preston Sprinkle, Munatsi explains the needs that exist in caring for those seeking asylum as they wait in no-man’s-land for their work permit.
Listen the podcast interview here or wherever you get your podcasts.
“We are trying to do for asylum seekers what refugee resettlement agencies are doing for refugees on arrival.”
Watch the full interview on Youtube here.
The Fort Worth Report
“Mansoor was forced to leave Qatar after 20 years and return to Pakistan for good, where his political affiliations made him a target.”
Read the interview on the Fort Worth Report here.
Organization of the Year – Micro Finalist
DASH Network received the honor of being selected as a finalist for D Magazine’s Organization of the Year for 2020 for the micro organization category
We are so honored to receive this distinguished honor! Read more about the finalists here.
“Serving asylum seekers has taught me so much about the human spirit. We meet individuals and families who have survived brutal encounters and arrive in the US with so much hope for the future.”
Read the interview with Munatsi Manyande, here.
“On a Saturday morning in July, temperatures were in the mid-90s before noon in central Fort Worth. Volunteers with DASH Network started work early; weather forecasts predicted triple digits before sundown.”
Read the full story, here.
“When my husband and I were looking for a way to serve our community, it was the abundance of this type of love that led us to become involved with DASH Network.”
Read the interview with Jennifer Schnitzius here.
“Because the asylum process can take years to complete, Dash Network provides…housing, food, medical care and English classes to migrants.”
Watch the segment on NBC DFW here.