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RAICES (Refugee & Immigrant Center for Education & Legal Services)

We are a nonprofit agency that promotes justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to under served immigrant children, families, and refugees. With legal services, social programs, bond assistance, and an advocacy team focused on changing the narrative around immigration in this country, RAICES is operating on the national front lines of the fight for immigration rights. We defend the rights of immigrants and refugees, empower individuals, families, and communities, and advocate for liberty and justice. Since 2018, our Bond Fund is the largest in the nation with just under $12 million spent to secure the release of more than 1,200 individuals from ICE detention. Our San Antonio Bus Station Project helped more than 9,000 adults and 12,000 children released from detention understand their legal rights. We have a volunteer program with over 5,000 trained volunteers and pro bono lawyers to perform essential tasks such as accompanying people to ICE check-ins and preparing detained clients for credible fear interviews.

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International Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises, helping to restore health, safety, education, economic wellbeing, and power to people devastated by conflict and disaster. Founded in 1933 at the call of Albert Einstein, the IRC is at work in over 40 countries and more than 20 U.S. cities helping people to survive, reclaim control of their future and strengthen their communities. Over the past 90 years, the IRC has built a strong position as the largest refugee resettlement agency in the United States, and has paid close attention and provided service to the recent conflicts in Afghanistan (providing education and protection to 1 million Afghan citizens including women and girls) and Ukraine (collaborating with nonprofit organizations in both Ukraine and refugee-receiving Poland to provide aid).

HIAS Inc

HIAS stands for a world in which refugees find welcome, safety, and freedom. We rescue people whose lives are in danger for being who they are. We protect the most vulnerable refugees, helping them build new lives and reuniting them with their families in safety and freedom. We advocate for the protection of refugees and assure that displaced people are treated with the dignity they deserve. Guided by our Jewish values and history, we bring more than 130 years of expertise to our work with refugees.

Action Against Hunger USA

From crises to long term challenges, we tackle the causes and consequences of hunger. We save lives by preventing, detecting, and treating undernutrition. We enable people to provide for themselves, see their children grow up strong, and for whole communities to prosper. We constantly search for more effective solutions, while sharing our knowledge and expertise with the world.

Alight (formerly American Refugee Committee)

Alight exists to walk alongside those who – by sheer circumstance – find themselves on the long and arduous journey of displacement. Each year Alight serves 3.5 million people in over 20 countries who have been displaced by climate, conflict, and social and economic exclusion. We listen closely to their voices, gathering insights that allow us to provide innovative human-centered services and programs. By co-creating alongside displaced people we can ensure that we are meeting their needs and moving beyond necessities to build lives that are full of joy, connection, and purpose.

US Association for UNHCR

USA for UNHCR is an independent nonprofit organization that provides support for the humanitarian work of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) through fundraising and education. The organization supports refugee protection and relief programs around the world, meeting needs by providing resources to the world's most vulnerable people. USA for UNHCR also informs Americans about the plight of refugees and the lifesaving work of the UN Refugee Agency.

Global Village Project

Our mission is to develop a strong educational foundation for each student within a caring community using a strengths-based approach and intensive instruction in English language and literacy, academic subjects, and the arts. Our vision is to ensure that all refugee girls with interrupted schooling have access to the education necessary to pursue their dreams.

Refugees International

Refugees International advocates for lifesaving assistance and protection for displaced people and promotes solutions to displacement crises.

Human Rights First

Human Rights First builds respect for human rights and the rule of law to help ensure the dignity to which everyone is entitled and to stem intolerance, tyranny, and violence. Human Rights First is a non-profit, nonpartisan international human rights organization based in New York and Washington D.C. To maintain our independence, we accept no government funding.

Concern Worldwide US

Concern Worldwide was founded in 1968 in Ireland and directs its resources towards people who live in extreme or absolute poverty. The organization's dual priorities are response to emergencies in developing countries and long-term operations for the benefit of the needy in the poorest communities around the world. Concern bases it work on the principle that development is a process which occurs in people, proceeds at their pace, and is achieved, not given.

Eyes of Refugees

Our Mission is to maintain the dignity of humans fleeing war while helping them to safe refuge.

U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) is the nation's oldest and largest non-sectarian network of nonprofit organizations serving immigrants, refugees, and other foreign-born people worldwide. The national office, located in Washington DC, coordinates refugee resettlement and immigration programs, provides policy and advocacy leadership, creates new programs, cultivates relations with other national organizations & agencies of the federal government, develops public information, and educates policy makers. USCRI operates six field offices providing direct refugee resettlement services in Iowa, North Carolina, Vermont, New York, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.  USCRI's national network partners, located in small cities as well as major metropolitan areas, provide a wide range of direct services and local advocacy in 48 sites throughout the United States.