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Boston 25 Story on Miles4Migrants

Andy Freedman is one of the co founders of Miles4Migrants which is an organization that helps reunite families by using unused frequent flyer miles. Boston 25’s Butch Stearns profiles this great organization

Grow Ensemble Podcast: “Solving a Global Crisis: Reuniting Displaced Families Worldwide using Donated Airline Miles with Andy Freedman, Co-Founder of Miles4Migrants”

“What’s incredibly valuable about Andy and Miles4Migrants’ story is the power of volunteerism and how it really takes a village. Andy and his two co-founders all currently volunteer their time to manage their organization. All work day jobs and are actively engaged husbands and fathers in addition to running this organization.”

Toronto Star: “GTA ‘Canada is a dreamland’: Syrian refugee thrilled to start job at Kitchener high-tech firm”

“I feel like I’m living in a wonderful dream now and I don’t want anyone to wake me up,” said Hakmi, 26, who last week packed up his life as a refugee and landed in Kitchener as the first skilled immigrant admitted to Canada through Talent Beyond Boundaries, a Washington-based NGO that matches refugees with employers desperate to fill skill shortages.

The Points Guy: “Meet the People Using Air Miles to Reunite Migrant Families”

“As the plight of migrants around the world — from those ripped apart by the conflict in Syria to the children separated from their parents by the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance approach on border crossings — has occupied the news, more and more nonprofits have resorted to accepting points and miles as donations, using well-wishers’ loyalty programs to reunite those who haven’t seen their loved ones in years. Among them is Miles4Migrants…”