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HopePrint helps refugees resettle in Syracuse

Sean HaleyUpstate student Sean Haley, who is pursuing his Doctorate of Medicine and Masters in Public Health, saw a need in our community and started a non-profit organization called HopePrint with fellow student Nicole Watts.  The non-profit’s mission is creating opportunities, facilitating personal development and inspiring hope by cultivating relationships between the resettled refugee community and the community at large.

Sean has been actively involved in the medical clinic which does many of the initial physicals upon a refugee’s arrival in Syracuse, and fellow students volunteer to do yard work, basement cleanup and garage repairs at the HopePrint home on the North Side of Syracuse.

For more information, e-mail ourhopeprint@gmail.com

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