Work with Moroccan Immigrants


Work with Moroccan Immigrants in Spain

There are roughly 3,600 Moroccans living in a bustling suburb of 200,000, just outside of Madrid. As geographical transplants, these Moroccans wrangle with the vast differences between the local Spanish language and their North African Arabic. They also find it very difficult to associate with the Spanish culture; and for many, after having followed the promise of job opportunities in a new country, the reality of their circumstances has left them barely able to make ends meet. Embarrassed and disconnected, they gravitate to lives of isolation.

There are several opportunities for you to serve this community through Bridges of Hope, a foundation that works with refugees in the area. Are you a professional with skills in areas such as teaching Spanish, English, Art, Sewing, or Computer Science? Are you open to learning Arabic and Spanish to better serve the immigrant population? Contact us to start a conversation about how God can use your skills and experiences to share His great love with Moroccan immigrants in Spain.

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