No one chooses to be a refugee. But you can choose to make a difference.

War, ethnic battles or political oppression determined their fate causing refugees to be separated from their homes, families and community. It’s a worldwide problem most of us will never experience.

For more than 60 years, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has helped tens of millions of people restart their lives. Today, a staff of over 7,000 people in more than 120 countries continues to help millions of refugees.

In response to a humanitarian displacement crisis, the USA for UNHCR established The Blue Key Campaign, a charitable effort intended to inspire the public to “unlock the door” to a better future for the more than 43 million displaced people worldwide.

The “blue key” is a symbol of the security, stability and comfort of the homes that refugees have left behind, but hope to regain. Individuals who participate in the program by purchasing a Blue Key will join a community of "Keyholders" working with noted celebrities and political leaders around the country to champion the refugee cause.

Through social media marketing, the Campaign is increasing awareness and raising financial support for the UNHCR, the organization safeguarding the rights and well-being of displaced people around the world. At Cision, we are hoping you can help us leverage the power of social media, by encouraging you to share this story with your friends, followers, and fans.

You are the key to the campaign’s success.
Here is how you can help: Get involved in the Blue Key Campaign today— and help unlock the door to a better future.

Get a key. Make a difference.

Cision has purchased a block of Blue Keys to support UNHCR and we’d like you to join us.

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43.7 million forcibly displaced people worldwide
25.2 million refugees and internally displaced people receive help from the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR)
20 million refugee and internally displaced children under the age of 18
5.5 million Afghani refugees returned home since 2002 with UNHCR assistance
6,000+ UNHCR staff open doors daily for these refugees in 140 countries
1 American has the power to unlock a better future for refugees around the world.