Barista Training Program
To support a program that addresses the information and safety needs of Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim, and South Asian immigrant communities through Know Your Rights education, policy advocacy, and strengthened partnerships with state and local immigrants’ rights networks.
East Bay Naturalization Collaborative
Nail Salon Labor Rights Initiative
To support strategic communications, technical assistance, and community outreach activities that involve a statewide network of immigrant-serving organizations in efforts to promote public policies that advance the well-being and full inclusion of immigrants in the state of California.
To support the provision of immigration legal services and community education and outreach to immigrants and refugees residing in Marin and other North Bay counties.
To support a new program that provides family-based immigration legal services, citizenship test preparation, and community education and outreach to low-income immigrants in northern Sonoma County.
To support the provision of family-based immigration legal services and community education and outreach to low-income immigrants and to unaccompanied immigrant children who reside in Contra Costa County.
Immigrant Workforce Training Partnership
To support the provision of job referrals, job skills training, occupational health and safety classes, English as a Second Language instruction, and opportunities for leadership development and community engagement to male and female immigrant workers residing in western Sonoma County.
To support a volunteer-based network that provides emergency assistance to asylum applicants and other detainees who are released from immigration detention facilities in Richmond and Bakersfield, California.
To support immigration legal services, information and referral, and community education and outreach to unaccompanied immigrant children and migrant families from Central America who are at risk of deportation.
To support family-based immigration legal services, citizenship test preparation classes and community education and outreach to low-income immigrants and refugees residing in the rural coastal communities of San Mateo County.
To support Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto’s (CLSEPA’s) Immigration Legal Services program that provides family-based immigration legal services and community education and outreach to low-income immigrants in East Palo Alto and communities in the region.
To support a membership organization that provides a structured and dignified setting for immigrant workers to find employment, gain access to social and educational services that promote health and well-being, and become engaged in the local community.
To support a program that provides a structured and dignified setting for male and female immigrant temporary workers in San Francisco to find employment, gain access to social and educational services that promote health and well-being, and become engaged in the local community.
To support immigration legal services and community education for a program that serves low-income African and Afro-Caribbean immigrants and refugees from across the San Francisco Bay Area.
To support efforts to launch the Contra Costa Immigrant Rights Alliance, which will organize and support actions across the county and collectively move campaigns forward to engage the broader community in supporting immigrants.
To support an organization that provides essential support, legal services, and advocacy to low-income asylum seekers and other immigrants, and promotes understanding and communication between long-term residents and newcomers through a variety of community education program.
To support a ten-county regional community education and outreach effort aimed at increasing awareness among students, parents, educators, and community allies about the challenges and concrete opportunities facing undocumented young people as they pursue college, professional careers, and lawful immigration status in the United States.
Immigrant Students in California: What’s at Stake in 2017 and Beyond
To support a planning process and resource development for a statewide effort that will provide resources to educators and school districts for ensuring safe learning environments for immigrant and refugee students, related to heightened immigration enforcement and anti-immigrant rhetoric that have resulted in high levels of fear and an alarming increase in bullying and harassment.
To support a statewide project that engages foundations and local governments in efforts to develop and invest in strategies that advance the integration of immigrants and refugees at the local and state level.
To support direct assistance through the UndocuFund to immigrant victims of the North Bay fires who may not qualify for federal aid or who are too fearful to seek assistance.
To support an inter-agency network that addresses the educational, social, and legal services needs of unaccompanied immigrant children in the in the Hayward Unified School District.
To support Ready Bay Area’s efforts to build the capacity of immigrant-facing organizations to reach, screen and serve immigrant communities in the region.
To support a program that engages a network of Bay Area faith-based congregations in efforts to cultivate multicultural appreciation and promote the fair treatment of immigrants in local communities.
To support family-based immigration legal services and community education and outreach to low-income immigrants and refugees in San Mateo, Alameda, Sonoma, and Contra Costa Counties.
To support a dedicated space on the Oakland International High School campus that provides a broad range of co-located social services, information and referral for community resources, ESL classes, and leadership opportunities that help facilitate the integration of the school’s recently-arrived immigrant students and their families as they transition into school and community life.
Afghan Refugee Resettlement Program
Northern California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice
To support the Northern California Rapid Response Network infrastructure development including a data collection system and community outreach strategy which will support and coordinate rapid response networks in the region.
To support an Information and Referral program that connects low income immigrants in the Sonoma Valley to an array of community services and resources that contribute to family wellbeing, including health, education, immigration legal services, and financial security.
To support immigration legal services, information and referral, and community education and outreach to immigrant youth in the Bay Area who have been detained by U.S. immigration authorities or are at risk of deportation.
To support a membership organization located in Concord’s low-income Monument Corridor neighborhood that provides a structured and dignified setting for immigrant workers to find employment, gain access to social and educational services that promote health and well-being, and become engaged in the local community.
To support MUA’s efforts to deepen engagement of Latina immigrant women in Hayward and Fremont by cultivating new members and training them to participate in local and state-wide campaigns; and to support MUA’s organizational infrastructure as it goes through an executive transition.
To support a partnership with the McDowell Elementary School Family Resource Center and the International Institute of the Bay Area to engage volunteer attorneys and law students in the provision of immigrant rights workshops and immigration legal services clinics for low income Petaluma residents.
To support culturally competent and linguistically appropriate psychotherapy services to refugee and asylee survivors of trauma in individual and group settings and build capacity of the field by operating a training program for graduate student clinicians.
To support a dedicated space on campus that provides a broad range of co-located social services, information and referral for community resources, adult education, and family engagement opportunities that collectively support the successful integration of students and families.
Creating Economic Opportunity for Low-Income Latina Immigrant Women in Richmond
To support a program that provides direct legal representation, consultation, and case management services to low income immigrant women, girls, and single mothers with children who are victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, forced marriage, and other forms of violence.