Advocacy and Resettlement is what brought Task Force Foxfire into existence. During the collapse of the Afghan National Government in August of 2021, our founders joined together to assist in the refugee migration crisis and successfully aided/assisted in the evacuation of over one hundred individuals. After seeing the chaos first hand, our team formed a strategy to expand our service base and utilize our decades of experience in a manner to improve the humanitarian communities efficacy. It was with this vision that the current structure of the organization was formulated. To date we still advocate for over 1000 refugees and internally displaced persons through collaboration with various NGO and government entities.
The advocacy and resettlement team has a wealth of personal experience which has allowed for a kinetic workforce capable of navigating the bureaucratic, and often convoluted, world of international resettlement. In December 2021/January 2022 our staff conducted an in-depth analysis of the needs, necessities, and procedures for the South and Central American refugee crisis. Utilizing our analytical procedures we were able to identify a variety of informational gaps which were not being covered by either NGOs or government entities, our team was able to compile an extensive amount of data which was able to be formulated into policy recommendations. This methodology is easily replicated to fit any refugee driven humanitarian crisis, from Africa to East Asia, Europe to MENA, the Balkans to Venezuela, and beyond.
** Task Force Foxfire is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, EIN 87-2467182. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. All services are provided and conducted in accordance with Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Task Force Foxfire's application for tax-exempt status and annual returns are publicly available upon request.