Welcome to our Engagement Menu, where we share direct ways you can make a difference in the lives of immigrants – by donating, participating in advocacy initiatives and virtual events, and (virtual) volunteering. Find out what’s going on — petitions, marches, protests, gatherings, but also social and cultural events, performances, and letter writing campaigns.
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Hosted by CAIR Coalition | Oct. 29 – 31
The CAIR Coalition is partnering with UndocuBlack Network to host their second annual Halloween 5k for Justice. Participants can choose to run, walk, crawl, or simply donate to the fundraiser. With the recent treatment of Haitian migrants, the 5k fundraiser will raise support for combating Anti-Blackness and provide support for the Black community in and out of detention centers.
Hosted by Love4Immigrants | Oct. 10 – 17
Although Love4Immigrants Unweaved Stories Virtual Exhibition opening already happened, view the exhibit online this week. You can now see the recorded twitch videos which shows how your art looks on the Occupy White Walls gallery. Join for a story amongst generations of immigrants. There are videos featuring selected artists telling their unique stories from the influence of their ancestors’ passed-down-stories coupled with their distinct experiences as immigrants.
Hosted by United We Dream
Are you a current DACA recipient or think you may be eligible for DACA? If so, then participate in United We Dream’s 2021 DACA survey. The survey works as historical and current evidence to make further strides in the protection of the DACA program and fight against the backlogs in the system with the responses of the participants. Even if you may not be DACA eligible, share the survey on social media with the links above to engage as an ally in the protection of DACA.
Hosted by RĀKO | Oct. 11 at 4pm
Join RĀKO in their support of the Cville Immigrant Freedom Fund by fundraising to help immigrant detainees pay legal fees and their ICE bonds. The event will feature speakers from the CIFF explaining more about the mission, alongside RĀKO’s coffee, a selection of wine, cocktails, and appetizing small fares. RĀKO will donate 10% of the proceeds to the CIFF, but direct donations of $10 – $20 dollars are accepted.
Hosted by UndocuMason | Nov. 12 at 12pm
Join George Mason University and their UndocuAlly Training Team to learn more about the barriers and challenges that our undocumented neighbors and friends face in their daily lives affected by the historical presence of past legislation and its influence on present legislation. By educating about these barriers and advocating for new legislation, the UndocuAlly Team aims to make more inclusive and supportive environments for undocumented communities.
Donate a Bowl | Anytime!
Donate one or more bowls to the community in need! We prepare the bowl and distribute it to those in need through our NGO partners.
Help our immigrant staff, our NGO partners, and the community!