This page is a platform for immigrant-related events. Find out what’s going on — petitions, marches, protests, gatherings, but also social and cultural events, performances, and letter writing campaigns.
An extensive list of resources for the immigrant community to help during uncertainty surrounding COVID-19.
Ayuda created an emergency assistance fund to address the increased needs of their low-income immigrant clients during the COVID-19 health crisis, providing emergency food and direct cash assistance.
Sanctuary DMV, Many Languages One Voice, LaColectiVA, Justice for Muslims Collective, and Restaurant Opportunities Center DC, started a GoFundMe page to encourage people to forward their stimulus checks to immigrant families in the DMV.
Mary’s Center, a non-profit community health center that treats at-risk, uninsured/undocumented residents in the area, is seeking monetary donations to support its expansion of telehealth services, personal protective equipment purchases, and COVID-19 testing kits for uninsured patients.
Sewcial Distance DC is seeking volunteers to sew masks for refugee/immigrant communities, as well as individuals experiencing homelessness in the area.
CAIR Coalition’s #20for20 Campaign is calling on 1,000 people to become monthly donors at $20/month for the rest of 2020. This campaign will allow them to continue providing essential legal and support services through this crisis and beyond.
Contributions to this fund will allow CASA to directly distribute cash benefits to members who were unjustly ignored by the federal government in the CARES Act stimulus package.
The CAIR Coalition has been actively pursuing impact litigation and advocacy to fight on behalf of clients in detention. They have prioritized their bond program and are suing ICE to release detainees in Maryland and Virginia who are most at risk.
The ACLU has drafted a message to send to your U.S. Senator and U.S. Representative to support voting access in COVID-19 relief bill relief package. It would require states to provide no-excuse absentee voting and expanded early voting.
Make yourself counted by filling out the 2020 census form. Your response helps to direct billions of dollars in federal funds to local communities and determines your political representation at all levels of government.
United We Dream is asking for donations to support DACA recipients who need help with their DACA renewal fees.
Right now, Members of Congress are considering a fourth package of COVID-19-related legislation. Send an e-mail to your Members of Congress urging them to support all of our neighbors, including refugees and immigrants.