In her quarterly message, President Marissa Tirona calls on philanthropy to act to address forced displacement, the systems that drive it, and secure the safety and dignity not only of those who are forcibly displaced but also of marginalized communities who experience violence and discrimination.
Join GCIR as we partner with Philanthropy Northwest to co-host a webinar featuring individuals and organizations who are advancing worker enfranchisement and empowerment and are at the forefront of this movement for farmworker justice.
Recognizing the intensifying legal service needs of immigrant communities, GCIR and the California Immigrant Integration Initiative (CIII) launched a study in 2019 to understand the capacity of immigration legal service providers in California and generate recommendations for philanthropic investment. This 2022 update is a supplement to the 2019-20 findings and offers recommendations to strengthen immigration legal services in California. Read the full report to learn more.
GCIR President Marissa Tirona speaks with Lian Cheun, Executive Director of Khmer Girls in Action (KGA) in Long Beach, California, an organization working for gender, racial, and economic justice through community and power building efforts led by Southeast Asian young women.
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.
Resources from GCIR's 2022 National Convening workshop, "Combating Abuses Against Foreign-born Workers."
2020 has been a year unlike any other in our lifetimes. The fourth consecutive year of escalating policy attacks on immigrants and many other marginalized communities.
As an organization dedicated to advancing justice and equity for all, we at GCIR are appalled at the insurrection, violence, and rioting we witnessed earlier this week, which were direct consequences of the divisive rhetoric and oppressive policies promulgated by Trump and his enablers over the past four years.
Join GCIR and our partners from the Four Freedoms Fund, the Latino Community Foundation, the California Community Foundation, and the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation to discuss the importance of investing in movement infrastructure and to learn directly from funder colleagues how they define and prioritize this work.