Find all program-related materials for October's Monthly Immigration Policy call, "Not One More: The Fight to Stop Southeast Asian Deportation" here.
Find all program-related materials for December's webinar, "'All Immigration is Local': Philanthropy’s Role in State and Local Advocacy" here, including presentation, recording, and other resources.
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.
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.
Find all program-related materials for April's Monthly Immigration Policy Call, "Through the Eyes of Children" here, including presentation, recording, and other resources.
Following the CIII retreat, the legal services learning lab hosted a learning lab for funders for an important conversation on the move to end detention. Participants were moved by our inspirational leaders from across the country who are fighting to end the policy and practice of immigration detention.
Read the GCIR 2017 Annual Report to learn more about how GCIR staff, members, funders, and allies rose to 2017’s challenges.
Thank you to everyone who was able to join us at the CIII retreat.
This report profiles 10 donors’ diverse approaches and strategies to supporting refugees and asylum seekers, and offers key lessons gleaned from their experience.
Every day when Carmelita finishes her shift in the strawberry fields of California’s central coast, she sprays herself down with Lysol, takes off the handkerchief she uses to protect her face, and tucks it in a plastic bag before getting in her car. She’s the sole provider for her two young sons and can’t afford to miss a day on the job.