Who We Are

In January 2017, MOVE Guides launched Mobility4All committing 1% of revenue and resources to provide mobility to those in need. Mobility4All began when MOVE Guides’ Founder Brynne Kennedy visited the Calais Jungle Refugee Camp in Calais, France with our partner Help Refugees. Brynne was taken back by the scale of the humanitarian crisis, and the hope and opportunity that mobility to a new location in the world gave to these refugees. Today, Mobility4All is run by a committee of 20 “Mobility Champions” at MOVE Guides, who have all experienced their own hope and opportunity through an open, mobile and equal world.

Our Goal

We provide contributions on the ground through our partner Help Refugees, raise awareness through education and events, and build products to aid resettlement.

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Mobility Champions

Mobility4All is run by a committee of 20 “Mobility Champions” at MOVE Guides, spanning every function and discipline within the company.

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Advisory Board

To ensure that our efforts provide the greatest impact possible our advisory board consists of seasons philanthropists and change makers.

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Who We Help

What is a refugee?

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), a refugee is, “…someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence. A refugee has a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group.” Refugees are people who, by definition, have fled their home country. People who have been forced to flee their home but not their home country are called Internally Displaced Persons.

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Where do they come from?

‘Country of Origin’ is the term used to describe the country from which a refugee has fled. Currently, 53% of refugees worldwide come from just three countries of origin: Syria (4.9 million people), Afghanistan (2.7 million), and Somalia (1.1 million). In all of these countries, and in most countries of origin, it is violence (such as war or gang violence) or threat of violence that causes refugees to flee.

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Hear their stories

Refugees come from all walks of life, and have different backgrounds, professions, hobbies and religions. But they are united in having experienced impossible choices and painful separation. Learn more about them as people and hear their stories to understand how difficult it is for a refugee to achieve what the rest of us take for granted: life, liberty, security and dignity.

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Get educated

We’ve compiled resources, facts, figures, policies and information for you to be able to learn about and make a positive influence on the current global refugee crisis. Share it with your network and help us to stand with refugees by countering misinformation. Read on and get involved!

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Latest Blog Posts

Being the Bold Change We Wish to See in the World - Celebrating International Women's Day

March 24, 2017

Perhaps one of the boldest changes a woman can embark upon is to uproot her family to break away

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Why we're contributing 1% of revenue to the refugee crisis and why you should too

March 24, 2017

There are more than 63 million refugees and IDPs (internally displaced people) worldwide. That’s

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What is a Refugee?

March 22, 2017

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), a refugee is “…someone

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"Once you set your foot on that rubber boat, it's a whole new chapter."

How you can help

Every dollar of your donation made using the form below goes directly to our on the ground partner Help Refugees. A $3 donation provides a quality blanket to keep someone warm tonight, your $50 donation provides fruit and vegetables for a refugee for an entire year. Looking to donate something larger? Click here for our corporate sponsorship and donation page. To learn more about Help Refugees you can visit their website here. 

Thank you to our sponsors

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