A refugee resettlement agency in Bowling Green is reporting an uptick in donations.
The International Center of Kentucky has received more than $20,000 in donations since February.
Executive Director Albert Mbanfu said that’s an unprecedented level of giving. He said when President Trump issued a travel ban in January, resettlement agencies saw a drop in revenue.
“So we had to go out to the community to seek support. Here at the international center we went out and met with groups, churches, etc. They were so sympathetic,” Mbanfu said.