We are a university community responding

to the global refugee crisis.

 
 

The Trinity Refugee Awareness Campaign (TRAC) is a student-led initiative that was launched in February 2017 at Trinity Western University (TWU). The purpose of TRAC is to raise awareness and provide opportunities for action to all demographics of the university and its surrounding community. We believe that the diverse TWU family, with our broad spectrum of specialties and capabilities, provides a unique potential to respond to the global refugee crisis. 

TRAC has two components: First, TRAC is partnering with local sponsorship groups and organizations that work with refugees. Through these partnerships, volunteer opportunities are provided for TWU students. Second, TRAC is committed to engaging in a variety of projects to incorporate other members of the TWU community. 

Thank you for joining us in our mission to restore hope.

 
 
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BLOG

.January 4, 2018

The Lord Will Provide

It feels strange to use “I” so many times as I write to update you on the amazing things God is doing through TRAC, specifically in the settlement of the Kapanda family. Although this story feels quite personal to me, my hope is that my reflections will share how the Kapanda’s are an inspiring testament of Christ’s promise, while articulating beautiful evidence of truth.   

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PROJECTS 

Engaging in meaningful and practical projects provides opportunities for our community to tangibly impact the lives of refugees locally and globally. Our goal is to not only help, but also to empower newcomers in our community by learning and sharing experiences together. 

See below to learn more about our projects and how you can get involved. 

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