The Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund, Northern California Grantmakers, and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees invite you to a funder briefing to learn about exciting initiatives to end the political exclusion of immigrants and build thriving local communities through immigrant voting.
The California Dignity for Families Fund is guided by an advisory committee with deep movement, community, government and philanthropic experience. This team has been charged with setting the Fund’s grantmaking strategy as well as selecting the partner organizations to receive grants.
This two-page infographic covers major policy developments for immigrants and refugees between 1990 and 2015, as well as the efforts over that time period by GCIR, our members, and partners.
This guide provides an overview of the 2010 census and background information for foundations interested in supporting efforts to produce a more accurate count of California's population.
Find all program-related materials for the webinar, "Election Scenario Planning," including powerpoint and recording here.
Find all program-related materials for the " Federal Immigration Policy Scorecard and Playbook " webinar here, including powerpoints and video message from Sen. Padilla.
Join GCIR for a discussion with researchers, funders, and census mobilizers to debrief the results of philanthropic investments during the 2020 census cycle and to explore steps that can be taken to preserve the infrastructure developed and knowledge gained in 2020 for the lead up to the 2030 census.
Building on the legacy of Queer and Trans elders and pioneers, LGBTQ immigrant and refugee leaders continue to lead the fight for societal transformation. For years, these leaders have advocated for increased funding to support LGBTQ immigrant communities, particularly to address lack of access to medical care and asylum and detention issues (including sexual assault). A 2017 Congressional inquiry found that LGBTQ immigrants are 97 times more likely to be sexually victimized than non-LGBTQ people while in ICE custody. However, LGTBQ immigrant issues continue to receive less funding when compared to overall dollar amounts invested in LGBTQ communities.
Find all program related materials from our QI LSWG Meeting here, including recording.
Join Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) and Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) for a special two-part series with experts from the field on understanding the challenges and opportunities along the southern border, with an emphasis on the role philanthropy can play at this critical stage.
GCIR recently commissioned a study to analyze how philanthropy worked to support immigrant communities via relief funds. Join us for a dive into the findings and discussion on how foundations can prepare for future relief efforts.
Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, Four Freedoms Fund, and Rise Together Fund invite you to a critical conversation on centering racial justice in the immigrant justice movement.