U.S. Immigration Policy

Philanthropic Strategies to Support Refugees and Asylum Seekers

This report profiles 10 donors’ diverse approaches and strategies to supporting refugees and asylum seekers, and offers key lessons gleaned from their experience. These profiles are designed to provide a roadmap for supporting refugees, asylum seekers, and unaccompanied children seeking protection in the United States and abroad.

What Can Philanthropy Do? Coming Together for Children in Immigrant Families in a Changing Policy Landscape

Approximately 18 million children of immigrants live in the United States, comprising one quarter of the total child population and nearly 42 percent of all children of color. Children of immigrants face a unique combination of challenges: barriers related to their or their family members’ immigration status, policies and programs that fall short of addressing their needs, institutional racism, and xenophobia.

What Philanthropy Can Do: Supporting Immigrants and Refugees in Volatile Times

Recent federal policy changes—whether via presidential executive orders or guidance and memos from federal agencies—have left immigrants and refugees in the United States living in profound uncertainty and fear. Under these policies, immigrant children and families, regardless of their immigration status, are vulnerable to immigration enforcement, detention, and deportation.

Immigrants in the U.S. South: Expanding Opportunities for Integration, Inclusion, and Economic Growth

The South's demographics are changing. Immigrant newcomers are transforming the region's economy and culture. This brand-new report examines the challenges and opportunities that these recent developments pose for local, regional, and national grantmakers.

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