Para Ayudar / How to Help
We rely on donations to carry out our mission.
Watch this space for URFC and community volunteer opportunities.
Donations of clothing and supplies for children and families traveling to U.S. sponsors or waiting for asylum are needed. Watch this space for specific needs – coming soon.
You can help those providing services to separated families buy donating money or time.
100 Angels Foundation Provides volunteer medical assistance and supplies to vulnerable populations
Al Otro Lado serves indigent deportees, migrants, and refugees in Tijuana & Los Angeles
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) – Trump’s Family Separation Crisis: How You Can Help
Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project provides asylum seekers with legal aid and community support across the U.S.
The Florence Project is an Arizona organization providing legal and social services to detained immigrants
Human Rights First helps refugees obtain asylum in the U.S.
Innovation Law Lab works in detention centers and hostile judicial districts; keeps the definitive list of kids being held
Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) works with unaccompanied children who enter the US immigration system alone to ensure that no child appears in court without an attorney.
Kino Border Initiative fosters bi-national solidarity on the issue of migration on the U.S.-Mexico border through direct assistance and accompaniment, education, research, and advocacy.
Pueblos Sin Fronteras provides humanitarian aid and shelter to migrants
United We Dream is largest immigrant youth-led network in the country
We Belong Together women for common sense immigration policies
Womens Refugee Commission advocates for the rights and protection of women, children, and youth fleeing violence and persecution
Did we miss one?
There are lots of good people doing good work out there…if we missed one, please provide their information to: firstname.lastname@example.org