Illegals Fly Into Charlotte, Aided By Religious-Affiliated Organizations

HT: Carolina Plott Hound

North State Journal:

The U.S. government indirectly provides financial support for migrants by giving hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) via FEMA’s Emergency Food & Shelter Program,” Melugin posted on X in May 2023 in response to such a post by CBP. “The NGOs then assist migrants w/ transportation around U.S & other services.” 

Per data at, numerous NGOs receive federal funds related to handling illegal migrants entering the U.S. 

One NGO that has received millions in grants is Church World Services, which has affiliates in North Carolina. Another that has received dozens of grants is Catholic Charities.  

Church World Services has chapters in multiple areas of North Carolina such as Wilmington, Charlotte, Durham, and Greensboro

The chapters in North Carolina run an “NC-Immigrant Solidarity Fund,” it describes as a “statewide, grassroots effort to support undocumented and mixed status families facing financial hardship due to a recent ICE detention & deportation, emergency, or natural disaster.”  Eligible applicants can receive a one-time cash grant to pay their bills or to “or post ICE bail bonds” for a family member. 


2 thoughts on “Illegals Fly Into Charlotte, Aided By Religious-Affiliated Organizations

    1. That’s absolutely correct, Fred. Christians ought to pull their support from such organizations. (In some cases, it is liberal mainline denominations that support this junk. Catholic Charities is a major offender.).

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