Detained Immigrants

Join GCIR to learn from leaders in the immigrant rights movement on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic about how philanthropy must significantly increase grantmaking dollars, shift grantmaking practices, embrace risk, and assert leadership to meet the challenges of this moment.
April 2020
Webinar
Supporting Immigrants During the COVID-19 Crisis
Program
Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) invites their members to contribute to their COVID-19 Rapid Response Migration Fund, which will provide emergency mini-grants to frontline organizations responding to the immediate needs of migrants and refugees to respond to the unprecedented challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hispanics in Philanthropy logo
March 2020
Response Fund
News
Spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, has caused panic across the United States. With the number of confirmed cases on the rise, the coronavirus has started to affect several facets of immigration.
March 2020
Blog Post
News
A Funder’s View of Detention, Sara Campos,The Grove Foundation
Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity_Wedding
September 2019
Blog Post
News
Join the CIII Legal Service Working Group for a leanring day on detention and removal defense.
September 2019
Group Meeting
Program
Following the CIII retreat, the legal services learning lab hosted a learning lab for funders for an important conversation on the move to end detention. Participants were moved by our inspirational leaders from across the country who are fighting to end the policy and practice of immigration detention.
September 2019
Program Materials
Resource
The Marguerite Casey Foundation's recent grantmaking for the border crisis includes uplifting what the community raises as necessity, rather than what grantmakers believe is necessary.
Inside-Philanthropy-Logo: A Foundation Takes a Grassroots Approach to the Growing Border Crisis
August 2019
News Article
News
Foundations can demonstrate their values and support immigrants and their communities by joining the movement to divest and reinvest.
The logos of Candide Group, Confluence Philanthropy, Edward W. Hazen Foundation, Freedom to Thrive, Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, and Real Money Moves. Accompanies the joint issue brief, How to Divest from Immigrant Detention: A Philanthropic Primer.
August 2019
Funding Recommendations, Issue Brief
Resource
Since last September, the U.S. government has operated accelerated dockets in ten cities to handle the rising number of cases of families in immigration court.
Migration Policy Institute logo, which features their name spelled out under their acronym and a green logo block. Posted to accompany their commentary, As the Trump Administration Seeks to Remove Families, Due-Process Questions over Rocket Dockets Abound
July 2019
Commentary
News
Five reasons why decriminalizing border crossing makes legal, humanitarian and economic sense.
The San Francisco Chronicle logo, which features their name spelled out in black ornate script. Posted to accompany the commentary piece, Open Forum: Why crossing border shouldn’t be a crime.
July 2019
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