This infographic explains why the 2020 Census is important, why it's difficult to do accurately, and gives funding recommendations.
This infographic explains why the 2020 Census is particularly important to California and offers recomendations for funders.
Read the GCIR 2018 Annual Report to learn more about GCIR's efforts to inform, connect, and catalyze philanthropy, focusing on the most urgent issues facing immigrant families and communities while looking ahead to developing a powerful affirmative vision to guide philanthropic leadership and investment for the next ten years.
A review of the thought leadership, technical assistance, educational programs, and resources that GCIR provided in 2016 to support funders in understanding shifting conditions in the field and respond to emerging needs.
Read the GCIR 2019 Annual Report to learn more about GCIR's efforts to inform, connect, and catalyze philanthropy, focusing on providing timely updates and expert analysis, working with funders to develop rapid-response funding strategies, and providing multiple vehicles for coordinating and mobilizing philanthropic pushback.
Here at GCIR, 2021 marked the organization’s first year with our new president, Marissa Tirona, at the helm. With Marissa’s leadership and the strength of GCIR’s 30-year legacy, we built forward our critical role as a philanthropic mobilizing organization that moves money and power on behalf of immigrant communities. Read the full report to learn more about GCIR's work in 2021.
Read the GCIR 2017 Annual Report to learn more about how GCIR staff, members, funders, and allies rose to 2017’s challenges.
This 20-page report considers the impacts and opportunities presented by the growing number of immigrants in Oregon and Washington. The report includes overviews of newcomers’ impacts on the two states’ demographics, economics, and educational systems; a review of national policy implications for immigrants in the region; and a set of funding recommendations for local, state, regional, and national funders.
Read the GCIR 2020 Annual Report to learn more about our efforts to galvanize philanthropy to address urgent humanitarian needs, respond to injustices, and advance immigrant rights and inclusion during a year unlike any other in living memory.
This presentation covers intersectional community-based projects on refugees, the evolving perspectives on refugee integration, and what funders can do.
Thank you for everyone who attended the Bay Area Funders' Regional meeting.
Find all program-related materials for GCIR's webinar "After Title 42: Implications for the Americas" here, including the session recording and PowerPoint.
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.
Find all program-related materials for GCIR's webinar "Welcoming Houston: Providing Support to new Immigrants in Texas" here, including session recording and powerpoint.
California has moved proactively to support immigrant families in response to restrictive federal immigration and safety net policies, but policies like the new “public charge” rule still pose risks, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rule significantly expands the criteria for determining whether applicants for permanent residency, or green cards, may be denied based on past or potential use of government benefit programs.