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The mission of the foundation is to provide a lifeline of resettlement support services to members of the LGBT community that seek asylum in the United States from violence and persecution in their home countries.

No More Fear FoundationTeam

Some of us experienced and fled persecution and sought asylum in the past.

We know what you are going through and we are here to help.

My life has been immensely enriched by gay mentors, colleagues and friends and any discrimination and persecution of gay people is unacceptable. Equal treatment of people is a basic right and it is sad that we still have to even speak about this in 21st century. I salute NO MORE FEAR FOUNDATION for stepping in so quickly to provide the much necessary assistance to gay and lesbian people who are fleeing prosecution and help them lead a proud life in their new country.

Mikhail BaryshnikovChoreographer

No More Fear Foundation saved my life! [...] As a gay man in West Africa, the constant threats of police brutality and community violence are never far from your mind. I am so full of gratitude to No More Fear Foundation, as well as my attorney, George Tenreiro, for offering me hope and giving me my life back. I look forward to the future, contributing towards my new home, the USA as well as working to combat homophobia in my native country as well as across the world.

CJAsylum Seeker

The Board of NMFF is seriously concerned for the needs of those who are asylum seekers in the United States, those who are fleeing their homes and countries because of a well-founded fear of persecution. Many of these people have experienced horrifying grief and trauma, which have potential long-term consequences for their health and well-being. We at NMFF recognize that the ability to seek asylum is a basic human right with all people having the right to life, liberty and security of person. We believe that people of this great Nation should offer assistance to asylum seekers to settle and become contributing members of society as quickly as possible.

No More Fear Board

My life has been immensely enriched by gay mentors, colleagues and friends and any discrimination and persecution of gay people is unacceptable. Equal treatment of people is a basic right and it is sad that we still have to even speak about this in 21st century. I salute NO MORE FEAR FOUNDATION for stepping in so quickly to provide the much necessary assistance to gay and lesbian people who are fleeing prosecution and help them lead a proud life in their new country.

Mikhail BaryshnikovChoreographer

No More Fear Foundation saved my life! [...] As a gay man in West Africa, the constant threats of police brutality and community violence are never far from your mind. I am so full of gratitude to No More Fear Foundation, as well as my attorney, George Tenreiro, for offering me hope and giving me my life back. I look forward to the future, contributing towards my new home, the USA as well as working to combat homophobia in my native country as well as across the world.

CJAsylum Seeker

The Board of NMFF is seriously concerned for the needs of those who are asylum seekers in the United States, those who are fleeing their homes and countries because of a well-founded fear of persecution. Many of these people have experienced horrifying grief and trauma, which have potential long-term consequences for their health and well-being. We at NMFF recognize that the ability to seek asylum is a basic human right with all people having the right to life, liberty and security of person. We believe that people of this great Nation should offer assistance to asylum seekers to settle and become contributing members of society as quickly as possible.

No More Fear Board