When disaster strikes, individuals and families who are immigrants are among the most vulnerable populations affected. With factors like linguistic isolation or insecure documentation status, immigrants are at great risk before, during and after disaster events. And in many places, resources to support preparedness, response and recovery initiatives for these communities are scarce.
As part of their Supporting Immigrants in Disaster series, The Center for Disaster Philanthropy and Houston Immigration Legal Services Collaborative are hosting a second webinar. The conversation will focus on the specific tools funders and organizations can use to ensure they are truly supporting immigrant populations in disasters and beyond.
Please visit The Center for Disaster Philanthropy's registration page to register.