Many families are still risking everything to remain together and migrate to the U.S. Since last July, the Administration’s family separation policy at the U.S.-Mexico border has affected over 2,700 children and still continues to hurt families. Yet immigrant families continue taking that risk every day to claim asylum at the border.
Please make a donation and support these groups doing incredible work at the border to keep families together and aid asylum seekers. A number of incredible organizations are currently at work helping families at the border. Donate today and help keep families together.
#ToImmigrantsWithLove encourages everyone in America to write messages of support and donate to organizations serving the immigrant community.
Please donate to organizations supporting immigrant families at the border and share your own note about why you are giving using the hashtag #ToImmigrantsWithLove.
#ToImmigrantsWithLove is a project of the I Am An Immigrant Campaign.
The ongoing border crisis is making life impossible for many families. Please make a donation and support groups doing incredible work to keep families at the border together. In the donation memo line be sure to mention you are with the To Immigrants With Love campaign.
After donating, please share with your network on social media using the hashtag #ToImmigrantsWithLove.
The mission of Catholic Charities of Central New Mexico is “To put faith in action to improve the lives of those in need.” Since February, the organization has been helping the Diocese of El Paso and Annunciation House with the overflow of asylum-seekers arriving at the border. The Companions on the Journey project has provided respite to over 500 refugee arrivals to date and part of a coalition of organizations supporting this work.
The Angry Tias and Abuelas’ mission is to advocate for dignity and justice for individuals released by Border Patrol or from ICE detention and delivered to bus depots or shelters from Brownsville to McAllen. As they embark on their journeys to destinations across the U.S., our aim is to assure their basic health and safety needs are met.
Good Neighbor Settlement House, Inc. is a nonprofit, multi-service agency dedicated to assisting the needy men, women and children of Brownsville through programs that provide nutritious meals, clothing, showers and support services. Their work supports refugees and other vulnerable populations.
A joint project of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the American Immigration Council, the goal of the Justice Campaign is to increase access to legal counsel for thousands of immigrants held in detention centers. To achieve this, the Campaign is building a broad network of pro bono allies to serve the many thousands of detained individuals who would otherwise go unrepresented and training private lawyers with new tactics and strategies to enable them to vigorously defend immigrants facing removal.
Founded by César Chávez & Dolores Huerta, LUPE is rooted in the belief that members of the low-income community have the responsibility and the obligation to organize themselves, and through their association, begin to advocate and articulate for the issues and factors that impact their lives.
Loaves and Fishes relies on local volunteers to serve meals “no questions asked” to anyone who asks for a plate of food. They pride themselves in doing work to serve others that crosses ethnic, cultural and socio-economic barriers.They regularly feed and shelter newly arrived immigrants and asylum seekers.
Your gift to Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest gives immediate relief to asylum seeking families, in the form of shelter, food, clothing, and travel assistance in Arizona. In 2018, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol processed more than 107,000 migrant families seeking asylum and protection. With ICE lacking the capacity for growing asylee numbers, families have been released to churches in Phoenix for temporary and transitional shelter until they are capable of traveling to their final destination. Currently, there are not enough churches to accommodate the increasing numbers of asylum-seekers, and these families are being released on the street and at bus stations, with no means to continue their journey.
The Ozanam Center provides shelter and food for individuals of all backgrounds and many needs including recently arrived immigrants and asylum seekers. Their comprehensive Homeless Services Program, delivers emergency shelter, case management services, Food Pantry services, and Homeless Prevention services to the area's most vulnerable residents.
The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) serves immigrants and refugees by providing immigration-related legal services, advocacy, and opportunities for educational and social support. The RAICES Family Assistance Fund was created to ensure that our clients' basic needs are met and to hopefully eliminate some of the financial obstacles our clients face when resettling in the U.S. By donating to this fund, you are helping RAICES immigrant and refugee clients safely and comfortably acclimate to their new surroundings. Your donation is a symbol of support, compassion, and empowerment.
The San Diego Rapid Response Network is a coalition of human rights and service organizations, attorneys, and community leaders dedicated to aiding immigrants and their families in the San Diego border region. Core SDRRN partners include the ACLU Foundation of San Diego & Imperial Counties, Jewish Family Service of San Diego, SEIU Local 221, and San Diego Organizing Project.
The work of the Texas Civil Rights Project fights back against discriminatory policies that restrict access to social and economic necessities and protects the civil rights of historically marginalized communities, including protecting the constitutional rights of immigrants in Texas.
Haitian Bridge Alliance (HBA), also known as "The Bridge," is a coalition of Haitian nonprofit organizations and community activists who have come together to serve the black immigrant community. In addition to supporting the Haitian immigrant community who have TPS and face detention, HBA also currently supports all black immigrant communities on the US-MEXICO border, California and beyond. The Bridge aims to help black immigrants succeed as they navigate the immigration system and their new lives in the United States.
The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights protects and advances the rights and best interests of immigrant children according to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as state and federal law. It serves as a trusted ally for children while they are in deportation proceedings, advocating for their best interests, and standing for the creation of a dedicated children’s immigrant justice system that ensures the safety and well-being of every child.The Young Center is the only nonprofit in the nation providing independent Child Advocates to unaccompanied and separated immigrant children in detention.
Want to be a fundraising partner?
Organizations are coming together to fundraise and support immigrant families who continue to be separated at the border. Fundraising partners utilize their existing networks to help raise donations — either online or in-person — to aid designated groups. If your organization is interested in supporting families at the border, sign up here.