California Immigrant Resilience Fund Fund
About This Fund
The California Immigrant Resilience Fund provides direct cash assistance to immigrant Californians who are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but are excluded from federal relief and ineligible for most state safety-net programs. The Fund was set up as part of a public-private partnership with Governor Gavin Newsom, who created a separate $75 million state-financed immigrant relief fund, the first of its kind in the nation.
The California Immigrant Resilience Fund was launched to help our immigrant friends, neighbors, and coworkers whose immigration status puts them in danger of hunger, homelessness, and extreme economic hardship. Your timely contributions will provide our undocumented neighbors and their families with cash assistance for essentials, such as food, rent, utilities, and other urgent needs
About The Host Organization
Tides is an American public charity and fiscal sponsor working to advance progressive policy in areas such as the environment, health care, labor issues, immigrant rights, gay rights, women's rights and human rights. It was founded in San Francisco in 1976