Welcome Executive Director Glaydon de Freitas

Miles4Migrants announces the appointment of a new Executive Director, Glaydon de Freitas, JD, LLM. De Freitas will continue the organization’s mission to alleviate the cost of travel for people impacted by war, persecution and disaster, while implementing impact strategies to meet the increased needs for the organization’s services around the world.

An update from Miles4Migrants on the Ukraine-Russia crisis

Miles4Migrants stands in solidarity with those impacted by the unjustified and unprovoked Russian attacks on Ukraine. For those looking to help, we direct you to our partners, IRC, HIAS, and UNHCR, who will be actively working to help vulnerable and displaced persons in Ukraine. At this time, commercial flights are suspended in Ukraine. If our NGO partners submit flight requests for Ukrainians who have approval to travel in the future, we stand ready to assist. We continue to envision a world where displaced persons of all backgrounds find safety and community in their new homes.

You can now donate your cryptocurrency to Miles4Migrants

We now accept cryptocurrency! Which kind? Almost all of them.* Cryptocurrency for good is here, and we’re excited to share the news with you. Whether you have Bitcoin, Ethereum, or any other major cryptocurrency, you can now donate it to support our work to reunite families with their loved ones around the world.

This Week Only: Double Your Impact with Aeroplan Donation Matching

By Patrick Stouffer For a limited time, Aeroplan will match all donations to Miles4Migrants (and only Miles4Migrants), up to half a million points! That could represent dozens of reunification and relocation flights for asylum seekers and refugees. If you’ve been waiting for that perfect moment to donate your Aeroplan or Amex Membership Rewards Points — …

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