Ensuring Safety and Security of Immigrants Grantees - 2018

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
Alliance for Language Learners Integration Education and Success (ALLIES) Both To support the contribution of a chapter about ALLIES in a Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education (CCCIE) book publication titled "Building Bridges to College and Careers: How Community Colleges Support Immigrants and Refugees". $2,000
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County Santa Clara To support South Bay Legal Immigration Services Network in Santa Clara County with the goal of moving from infrastructure to innovation by strengthening immigration legal services. $460,000
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County Santa Clara To support immigration legal services to individuals seeking asylum in Santa Clara County and at the Catholic Charities Family Respite Center in McAllen, Texas. $40,000
Faith in Action Bay Area San Mateo To support civil rights education workshops, management of the Rapid Response Hotline and Network in San Mateo County and to provide legal/community support for families in crisis. $50,000
Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees San Mateo, Santa Clara To support GCIR’s efforts to inform, connect, and catalyze California’s philanthropic community. $50,000
Greatnonprofits San Mateo To support low-income minorities and immigrants to be counted in the 2020 census through training, software, secure data storage, data delivery of addresses from community-based address canvassing. $39,000
Immigrant Legal Resource Center San Mateo To support Collaborative Resources for Immigrant Services on the Peninsula's efforts in increasing affordable and reliable immigrant legal services in San Mateo County for immigrant children, families and the elderly. $408,000
Interfaith Movement For Human Integrity Both To support immigrant families to defend their right to remain in the U.S., integrate and thrive in the face of increased deportation threats by growing, strengthening and training faith communities to support, accompany, advocate for, and provide sanctuary. $35,000
Islamic Networks Inc Both To support Muslim immigrants of various backgrounds by countering and preventing discrimination and bullying against them through partnerships with other victims of hate, cultural literacy programs and interreligious and intercultural engagement, education, and social media campaigns. $50,000
Jewish Family Service of Silicon Valley Santa Clara To support legal services for refugees, asylees and immigrants and provide legal education and  personal information safeguarding workshops. $25,000
Migration Policy Institute San Mateo, Santa Clara To support a learning session on the impact of the proposed federal ruling on public charge on immigrants and develop a fact sheet on how the nine Bay Area counties will be affected. $25,000
National Immigration Forum San Mateo, Santa Clara To support the New American Workforce Initiative. $45,000
Nuestra Casa De East Palo Alto San Mateo To support the work of Nuestra Casa's Family Advocate in carrying out immigrant integration work in San Mateo County. $50,000
The International Institute of The Bay Area San Mateo To provide naturalization legal services in San Mateo county by recruiting and training pro bono attorneys and community volunteers to increase the effectiveness and capacity of IIBA workshop delivery model. $50,000
    Total $1,294,000