Join this briefing with Black migrant leaders and funders to learn more about the growing number of Black migrants in the U.S. and the unique and urgent challenges facing Black migrant communities; the critical leadership roles Black migrant organizations play in the movements for immigrant and racial justice; and what funders can do to invest in Black migrant communities, including supporting the Black Migrant Power Fund.
GCIR’s Biennial National Convening will take place May 10-12, 2021, at the Hotel ZaZa in the Museum District of Houston, Texas.
Join us for philanthropy's foremost conference on immigrant and refugee issues. The convening brings together the sector’s leading voices and advocates with the aim of giving funders new tools and renewed enthusiasm to guide their immigrant- and refugee-related grantmaking.
Join us for the first 2022 quarterly meeting of GCIR’s Legal Services Working Group. The meeting agenda is below. Note that Legal Services Working Group meetings are only open to grantmaking institutions and philanthropic advisors.
The fourth quarterly meeting of GCIR's Legal Services Working Group (LSWG).
The fourth quarterly meeting of GCIR's California Immigrant Integration Initiative (CIII).
The fourth quarterly meeting of GCIR's Delivering on the Dream (DOTD) network.
Join GCIR for a discussion with researchers, funders, and census mobilizers to debrief the results of philanthropic investments during the 2020 census cycle and to explore steps that can be taken to preserve the infrastructure developed and knowledge gained in 2020 for the lead up to the 2030 census.
Join GCIR for a discussion with the Alliance for Justice and leading immigrant justice organizations to understand how philanthropy can fund in the 501(c)4 space while also learning about active opportunities.
Join the Institute for Local Government and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees for this special session. Drawing on demographic information and a recent research project, panelists will discuss key legal service needs in the state and how government and philanthropic investments can support community members working toward stabilizing their immigration status.
GCIR recently commissioned a study to analyze how philanthropy worked to support immigrant communities via relief funds. Join us for a dive into the findings and discussion on how foundations can prepare for future relief efforts.
GCIR is again creating a space for interested stakeholders to come together to explore how they can support their grantees in tending to their emotional well-being and healing.
Join indigenous migrant leaders, GCIR, and Four Freedoms Fund to learn about the findings from a groundbreaking mapping project on indigenous migrant communities in the U.S., and to reflect on how funders can address ongoing needs and properly visibilize this diverse population.
The third quarterly meeting of GCIR's California Immigrant Integration Initiative (CIII).
The third quarterly meeting of GCIR's Delivering on the Dream (DOTD) network.
In March 2021, GCIR held a strategy session for funders engaged in or interested in secondary trauma grantmaking strategies. With this follow-up session, GCIR is again creating a space for interested stakeholders to come together to explore how they can support their grantees in tending to their emotional well-being and healing. For funders looking for an introduction to the topic, we recommend accessing our full report, summary, and webinar recording. Attendance at the first strategy session is not a prerequisite for attending this one.
Join GCIR and leaders from the field as they share their insights and expertise on how to support migrant workers.
Join our panelists as they discuss how their work serves to build the broader narrative of immigrant justice whereby we honor every person’s human dignity, including immigrants.