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Norman Coalition for
Refugee Support

Thank you St. Michael's outreach for your generous donation to NCRS.  

NCRS was formed three in 2019 .

It is a coalition of churches who have committed to helping refugees

coming into our city get started on their new lives. 

We do that by providing housing, clothing, food, transportation, medical, education, etc. for the first six months.  Each month the families will learn more about taking care of themselves. Our goal is for them to be

self-supporting by six or seven months. 

St. Michaels joined the coalition of now eight churches, at the end of October 2021

NCRS, now a 501(c)3 non-profit, is able do all of this through donations from churches, and individuals. 

February/March Update

 Volunteers of the NCRS continue to make a difference for our families and the new focus on “off-
ramping” for independence is working, step-by-step, and family by
family. The development of a Strategic Plan is uncovering new
opportunities and challenges.

As of February 2023, we have accepted two new families. 

One from Columbia and one from Ukraine.  Two babies are on the way.

While all families are in safe and sanitary housing, future housing
funding is a concern as CCP funding will end in the latter part of 2023.

If you would like to help with immediate needs in housing ( we have two babies on the way)

go to

Norman Refugee Coalition: New Refugee Family Furnishings (

If there is something on the list you would like to donate you can bring it to church or contact Debi Kelley



What can you do?

You can sign go to

 Click on any area where you would like to help, read about it and then contact

for more information. NCRS needs volunteers to work with the families,

teach English, give legal advice, fix up homes, work on grants.

There is something for everyone

NCRS Received the Norman

Humanitarian Award 

on March 8th 2022



NCRS Accepting award.jpg
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