Social Justice Fund NW is proud to have funded many organizations in the Northwest that have played a key role in getting us to this point. 2013 marks a once-in-a-generation opportunity for immigration reform and to continue our deep commitment to supporting immigrant rights, we've pulled together two Immigration Reform Giving Projects for the year. Current Immigration Reform Giving Project participants, started the Giving Project process back in February and since then they've developed skills in grassroots fundraising, learned about the immigrant rights movement, and heard from past grantees / immigration reform organizers about current issues and strategies.
Now, we're excited to announce our first round of site visits for 2013 Immigration Reform Giving Project! Remember, if you are a member of Social Justice Fund, you are welcome to join any site visit. Call or email Sunny 206.624.4081 x112 / sunny[at]socialjusticefund.org) to find out how. Over the next few weeks, until the end of April we will be hosting web based site visits to…
Causa Oregon – Causa is a statewide Latino immigrant rights organization working to defend and advance immigrant rights by coordinating local, state, and national coalitions and allies.
Center for Intercultural Organizing – Center for Intercultural Organizing is a diverse, grassroots membership organization working to build a multi-racial, multi-cultural movement for immigrant and refugee rights.
Idaho Community Action Network – Idaho CAN provides a voice for Idaho's progressive community to create social change and is working towards advancing its campaign for Comprehensive Immigration Reform.
Rural Organizing Project – Rural Organizing Project works to mobilize rural and small town Oregonians for immigration reform as well as to organize Latino's and allies for safe, welcoming communities before, during and after immigration reform.
Win/Win Action and African Diaspora of Washington – Win/Win and African Diaspora of Washington are two groups collaborating toward the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Project to build a base of community members through voter registration, trainings, and relationship building.
Again, these site visits will be web based. To get on the schedule call or email Sunny 206.624.4081 x112 / sunny[at]socialjusticefund.org