Join us for a webinar featuring a new report from The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Living in an Immigrant Family in America: How Fear and Toxic Stress Are Affecting Daily Life, Well-Being, and Health.
Join the Children, Youth & Family Funders Roundtable (CYFFR) for their first webinar! We are delving into research on the importance of family stability for positive child outcomes.
This call will review the significant shifts of the past several months, with a focus on the tensions between federal immigration enforcement and local government responses.
This webinar will share key findings from research commissioned by AFN and GCIR, and participants will have the opportunity to hear from experts from the field who will share lessons and best practices emerging from their work at this critical intersection.
This webinar, coordinated by NEO Philanthropy, will introduce some of the leaders and models of survivor leadership in the United States and open discussion about how best to support this movement.
On March 26, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced his decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 decennial census, in response to a request from the Department of Justice. To understand what happened, the implications of adding the question, and to begin a discussion about how to respond to the new question, join this emergency briefing for funders.
Join this webinar to learn about the current policy landscape on important census issues. Participants will hear directly from funders on how they’ve been engaging at the state and local level, and leave with concrete next action steps for census engagement at both the foundation and/or community levels
This policy call considered the administration’s efforts to deny access to justice to immigrants in detention and a recent surprising policy reversal, as well as the long-term view of how denial of access to justice can impact conditions of confinement for immigrants separated from their children and families.
Join Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) and our co-sponsors for a special funders’ briefing on efforts to support immigrant and refugee students in California through a collaboration between Californians Together, Immigrant Legal Resource Center, and GCIR.
Join us to learn about the greatest needs and gaps on the ground for immigrant and refugee communities, and hear from local experts on implications for services and policies.
This call will review recent policy developments and help participants understand their impact on immigrant and refugee communities.
Join us to learn more about the intersections between criminal justice and immigration systems, how the criminal justice reform and immigrant rights community are responding, and what funders can do at this critical moment.
Grant makers are gearing up early to counter Trump administration policies surrounding the 2020 census and raising concerns that the White House plans and a general rise in an anti-immigrant sentiment could distort the results of the crucial once-a-decade population count.
In a recent piece on the declining fortunes of the Council on Foundations, we looked at how the philanthropy sector has changed as it's grown.
A dedicated space for funders to deepen their knowledge, build relationships, facilitate peer learning, and identify funding strategies to address issues facing refugees and asylum seekers in the United States and across the globe.
This call will consider what role U.S. funders can play, both within the United States and internationally, in addressing the needs of displaced and vulnerable men, women, and children.
Join this call to learn about how federal policy will impact trafficking victims and survivors, the existing support infrastructure for survivors, and how philanthropy is responding, from investments in prevention and direct services to systemic solutions.
The expansion of immigration enforcement personnel, expedited deportation with no access to immigration courts, reduced protections for unaccompanied children, decreased refugee admittance, and the upcoming revised travel ban are just some of the policies rapidly changing the lives of Southern Californians.