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Our community offers the following ongoing opportunities to engage and get involved. Scroll down to find out upcoming, one-time events.

Join us for our bi-monthly Sunday night dinner. RSVP to the shelter coordinator at


Friday night is movie night! Join St. Mary's Episcopal Church in hosting a movie night for both guests and members of the West Harlem Community

8:00 PM20:00


On May 24th, RDJ Refugee Shelter hosted a benefit concert with the support of John Urban (Pianist), Ariana Cappon (Violinist), and Andrew Jones (Vocalist) at St. Peter’s Chelsea. Our executive Director, Edafe Okporo, set the tone for the night as the event speaker. With the help of attendees and donors, we were able to raise $500 dollars to benefit our shelter!

We are so grateful to all who attended and we look forward to more events like this one which to bring together so many caring individuals.

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6:00 PM18:00

Reception to Support RDJ Refugee Shelter Hosted by Kevin Jennings

Join us at a Cocktail Reception in supporting RDJ Refugee Shelter on Wednesday, May 1st, from 6:00-8:00 PM.

RDJ is the only shelter in New York City that provides asylum seekers with housing assistance. More than just a place to stay, RDJ provides LGBTQ Asylum seekers and Refugees with support and community as they navigate the process of seeking asylum.

This event is donation-based, and ticket sales start at $75. All funds will go directly towards RDJ and the guests that it serves. Please R.S.V.P., and share widely! Location will be sent out to those who have R.S.V.P.'d.

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6:00 PM18:00

"What's On Tap?" with the Commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, Nisha Agarwal (6-9)

We'll join ABNY Young Professionals for a discussion with Commissioner of the Mayor's Office on Immigrant Affairs. Commissioner Agarwal will share her experiences in the de Blasio administration, discuss current local and national immigration policy, and describe the impact on New York City.

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