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pledge miles. reunite families.

Together, we can transform miles into a life-changing force for good.

Miles4Migrants uses frequent flyer miles, credit card points, and cash to help people impacted by war, persecution, or disaster start a new beginning in a new home. We partner with other nonprofits to identify refugees, asylees, asylum-seekers, and their immediate family members who have legal approval to travel but cannot afford airfare.

how we work

1. Pledge your airline miles, credit card points, or travel vouchers.

We accept pledges from a variety of frequent flyer and rewards programs. Unfortunately, we cannot pool miles from multiple donors when booking flights. Therefore, we have a minimum amount for most programs to ensure the miles will cover the cost of at least a single ticket.

2. Sit back while Miles4Migrants finds a match for your pledge.

Miles4Migrants works with 45+ nonprofit partners to identify individuals who have legal approval to travel but cannot afford the cost of a plane ticket. We’ll contact you as soon as we have an individual or family who is in need of your pledged miles.

3. Book a flight to help someone reach a new place to call home.

We’ll work with you to book a flight. Our booking team consists of experts in reward travel and flight reservations. They can book the flight for you or help you book the flight yourself. Either way, you’ve just helped someone be on their way to reaching a safe home!

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*For each flight reservation made, Miles4Migrants determines the lowest cost reasonable itinerary for the number of people requested on the day that we scheduled a flight. We define reasonable itinerary as one layover or fewer and exclude low cost carriers because low cost carriers often charge additional fees. Click here for more details.

meet our passengers

Juan carried his son Diego, who has palsy and is unable to walk, over 1,500 miles from Honduras to the U.S.

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A Honduran asylum-seeker tells her harrowing story of  fleeing her home under threat of gang violence.

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“I was crying and couldn’t believe that they finally arrived! I am so happy that they are safe now.”

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“I was forced to flee Eritrea in 2017, when my wife was pregnant with our first child.”

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meet our passengers

Juan carried his son Diego, who has palsy and is unable to walk, over 1,500 miles from Honduras to the U.S.

Read the full story >

A Honduran asylum-seeker tells her harrowing story of  fleeing her home under threat of gang violence.

Read the full story >

“I was crying and couldn’t believe that they finally arrived! I am so happy that they are safe now.”

Read the full story >

“I was forced to flee Eritrea in 2017, when my wife was pregnant with our first child.”

Read the full story >

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