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Miles4Migrants is a non-profit charity dedicated to using donated frequent flyer miles for the relocation of those displaced by war and persecution to start a new beginning in a new home.

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Miles4Migrants is a non-profit charity dedicated to using donated frequent flyer miles for the relocation of those displaced by war and persecution to start a new beginning in a new home.

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  • Our largest single use of miles ever! Miles4Migrants helped reunite

    With our largest single use of miles ever, Miles4Migrants helped to reunite a refugee family from Burundi in Canada! Their mom/wife had been in Canada without her family for 4 years, but after almost 24 hours of flying the rest of them arrived last week at Pearson Airport to a happy... Read more »

  • You made this happen, wonderful Aeroplan donors!!!

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  • Thanks to everyone who donated and made it possible!

    We don't have permission to share this refugee family's story at present, which is common among our recipients. Often, this is because the families fear for the safety of relatives that remain in their country of origin. What we can share is that an Iraqi family who had been separated... Read more »

  • Ghassan's family is finally reunited with him in Sweden!

    Ghassan, his wife, Zainab, and their 5 children left their home in Daraa, Syria in 2013, as the war was becoming very dangerous, and fled to Jordan.  They attempted to settle into life in Jordan but Ghassan was unable to work because of Jordanian laws. Ghassan eventually left for Sweden... Read more »

  • A Syrian family is now back together and safe in Sweden

    Meet Atheer (2 1/2 yo), Omar (4 1/2 yo), Bessan (6 yo) and Saeed (8 yo). A little under five years ago, Iman (the mother) gave birth to a healthy baby boy, Omar, all alone in their home, in Dara'a, Syria - no doctor, no midwife, no husband. When her contractions started, her husband,... Read more »

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