As discussed in GCIR’s program, Building Immigrant & Worker Power in Rural America, immigrants and refugees add to the diversity of rural communities and help mitigate the negative impacts of a rapidly aging population while also enlivening local economies. The availability of work in manufacturing and agriculture has contributed to the considerable growth of immigrant populations in these communities, with nearly 75% of all farmworkers in the United States being foreign-born.
Find all program-related materials for GCIR's meeting "Southeast Regional Network Meeting Q1 2023" here, including the session recording and PowerPoint.
The second quarterly meeting of GCIR's Legal Services Working Group (LSWG).
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.
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 us for GCIR’s first Southwest regional network meeting, where we will create space for funders in the region to connect, learn from one another, and map out opportunities for future collaboration.
Join us for GCIR’s first Midwest regional network meeting, where we will create space for funders in the region to connect, learn from one another, and map out opportunities for future collaboration.
The Transnational Migration Community of Practice (CoP) is a new learning space for funders to engage with migrant power-building and organizing efforts that extend beyond international borders.
Join GCIR to learn from leaders in the immigrant rights movement on how philanthropy in California can effectively increase grantmaking dollars, shift grantmaking practices, embrace risk, and assert leadership to meet the challenges of this moment.
This webinar will feature state practitioners who will share how COVID-19 and the Census Bureau’s adjusted operational timeline are impacting 2020 Census outreach. Learn what these shifts mean in terms of immediate needs for census organizations’ programs, operations, and staff. Understand creative approaches to reach historically undercounted communities and how census engagement can support long-term capacity building.