COVID-19 – How You Can Help

Community Funds

United Fort Worth

Fund: Emergency funding for our undocumented community
Area: Fort Worth, Texas

As many of you know, people in different sectors of the economy are being affected because of COVID-19 but our Undocumented community will be hit the hardest. They will not be able to file for unemployment, paid sick leave, use PTO or MTO. For this reason UFW has decided to fill that void by providing our Undocumented community with an emergency fund. All funds will be allocated to any Undocumented family in need of financial help in Fort Worth or Tarrant County. » View Website

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Movimiento Cosecha

Donate directly to undocumented immigrants facing financial hardship due to COVID-19. Movimiento Cosecha is organizing immigrants and allies to support the undocumented community throughout the pandemic. » View Website

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NDLON (National Day Laborer Organizing Network)

Fund: Immigrant Worker Safety Net Fund

Without paid sick time leave, remote work capability, health care, access to jobs, and financial security, migrant workers are uniquely vulnerable. NDLON’s Immigrant Safety Fund will provide immediate resources and financial support so excluded workers can take care of themselves and their families at home. » Visit Website

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RAISE (Revolutionizing Asian Immigrant Stories on the East-Coast)

Fund: UndocuWorkers Fund
Area: Fort Worth, Texas

Donations will benefit workers with citizenship and document challenges.

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QDEP (Queer Detainee Empowerment Project)

Fund: COVID-19 Emergency Fund for LGBTQ+ Immigrants

QDEP needs your financial support to make sure that LGBTQIA+ Immigrants impacted by detention have the support that they need to get through the COVID-19 crisis

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Outlive Them NYC

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LGBT Center Intercultural Collective Inc

Fund: Transgender Emergency Fund 101
Area: New York

From LGBT Center Intercultural Collective Inc and Lorena Borjas Community Fund, we are launching this campaign to raise an emergency fund to help members of our community who need it most. All donations made to the LGBT Center Intercultural Collective Inc and Lorena Borjas Community Fund from March 17 to April 30 will go directly to this fund and provide mutual assistance to our community partners in New York City and who are in serious financial difficulties. » View Website

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Undocublack Network

Fund: Covid-19 Crisis: We Are In This Together

The tone around the world during this COVID-19 pandemic has become that of fear and uncertainty. Our mission in this moment is to help our community access the information and resources needed to get through this as best as we can. » View Website

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Sueno Sin Fronteras

Area: San Antonio, Texas

A grassroots collective building a COVID-19 emergency relief fund for immigrant womxn and families in Texas.

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Legal Services NYC

Fund: Covid-19 Client emergency relief fund
Area: New York City, New York

Legal Services NYC serves 115,000 low-income New Yorkers every year. As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, many of these individuals and families now find themselves out of work and without access to income or safety nets to meet basic needs. » View Website

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National Domestic Workers Alliance

The Coronavirus Care Fund was established by the National Domestic Workers Alliance to provide emergency assistance for home care workers, nannies and house cleaners to support them in staying safe and staying home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and to care for themselves and their families. Qualifying applicants who are experiencing financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic can receive $400 in emergency assistance from the Fund. » View Website

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WDP (Workers Defense Project)

Fund: Undocu Worker Emergency Fund
Area: Texas – Houston, Austin and Dallas/Fort Worth metro areas

Communities of low-wage workers and immigrant families in Texas have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. These same families have stood up against wage theft and deadly working conditions, fought to win paid sick leave and other benefits for hard working Texans, and now face mass layoffs and looming evictions. As many Texas workers and undocumented immigrants labor in jobs with low wages and non-existent benefits, they don’t have savings to fall back on and are now being excluded from state and federal financial assistance programs. $250 check per applicant. » View Website

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Sanctuary 4 All Colorado

Fund: Stimulus Checks 4 All
Area: Colorado

Sanctuary4All is an immigrant-led group dedicated to protecting families and improving the lives of Colorado immigrants of all backgrounds. Founded in 2019 by longtime immigration activist Jeanette Vizguerra (during her stay in sanctuary at the First Unitarian Society of Denver), Sanctuary4All works at the intersection of mutual aid and political action. By connecting directly impacted families with caring members of our community we will lift each other up and build a movement to affect positive systemic change for the masses. » View Website

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