NGOs Are Getting Rich Off the Crisis at the Border
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Posted on 5/14/2024 by with 0 comments

One of the more distressing statistics about the border crisis is the large number of “unaccompanied minors” that somehow made it to the U.S. border. Some were guided by coyotes, while others hoofed it across the desert with friends and relatives. 

According to the Department of Health and Human Services, which funds the Unaccompanied Children Program (UCP), more than 130,000 children crossed the border in 2022. The government is responsible for caring for these minors as well as resettling them.

And most of that money went to three nonprofit groups: Global Refuge, Southwest Key Programs, and Endeavors, Inc. According to The Free Press, “the combined revenue from the three NGOs grew from $597 million in 2019 to an astonishing $2 billion by 2022.”

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