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Child Refugees & Migrants Coming to the United States: Resources for Philanthropy

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GCIR and Hispanics in Philanthropy have joined forces to provide philanthropy with the information and resources needed to respond effectively to the thousands of child refugees and migrants who have come to the United States to escape violence in Central America and Mexico. For additional updates, subscribe to our mailings and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.


Funding Recommendations



Home Country Responses

Root Causes

Immigration System, Legal Process


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Factsheets, Memos, Q&As

Statistical Analyses

Communications Resources

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Federal Press Releases

Federal Policies

Federal and Local Government Resource Pages

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Other Organizations' Resource Pages

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Inclusion in this section does not indicate endorsement, nor is it a comprehensive list of the involved organizations.

    Lists of local service groups

    National and international groups

    [1] Operating Policies and Procedures Memorandum 07-01: Guidelines for Immigration Court Cases Involving Unaccompanied Alien Children, by David L. Neal, Executive Office for Immigration Review, May 22, 2007.

    Posted June 18, 2014 • Revised May 18, 2015