Ways to Take Action To Help Asylum Seekers At The Border and to Abolish I.C.E.

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First, make your presence known and your voice heard by participating in a LightsForLiberty Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps on July 12.

Our actions in solidarity with asylum seekers must continue. ActBlue has compiled a list of resources for donation and volunteer work – www.actblue.com/donate/kidsattheborder

More ways to donate & volunteer:

  • All Hands AZ – is a collective of organizers and volunteers who are supporting the asylum seekers and migrants traveling from Central America – www.allhandsaz.org
  • Arizona Jews For Justice -  advocates for the rights and protection of asylum seekers  http://www.arizonajewsforjustice.org
  • Gathering Humanity - work hand-in-hand with all 4 Federal refugee resettlement agencies in Phoenix to support refugees being resettled in the Phoenix area. https://www.gatheringhumanity.org
  • The Last Mile AZ - helps connect individuals and families who have been accepted by USCIS into the U.S. as asylum seekers as they make their final travel arrangements to their sponsor homes across the country.  https://www.thelastmileaz.com/faq
  • One Hundred Angels - mission is coordinating medical assistance to a vulnerable group of people.  https://onehundredangels.org
  • St. Vincent De Paul - dedicated to feeding, clothing, housing and healing individuals and families in our community who have nowhere else to turn for help.  https://www.stvincentdepaul.net
  • Phoenix Restoration Project - work with faith-based groups and people of conscience to build a network of mutual support with those being detained and who have been released <https://phoenixrestorationproject.wordpress.com
  • The Florence Project - an Arizona project offering free legal services to adults and children in immigration custody – www.firrp.org
  • RAICES – immigration nonprofit in Texas offering free and low-cost legal services to immigrant children and families – www.raicestexas.org
  • Kino Border Initiative – An advocacy organization that provides shelter and food to asylum seekers- www.kinoborderinitiative.org
  • Human Rights First – a national organization that needs help from lawyers – www.humanrightsfirst.org/donate
  • Kids in Need of Defense – works to ensure that kids do not appear in immigration court without representation – www.supportkind.org
  • Pueblos Sin Fronteras – organization that provides humanitarian aid and shelter to migrants – www.pueblosinfronteras.org
  • Urban Justice Center’s Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project – working to keep families together by connecting refugee families to community support and emergency legal aid – www.urbanjustice.org click on “Projects” tab
  • Women’s Refugee Commission – advocates for the rights and protection of women, children and youth fleeing violence and persecution – www.womensrefugeecommission.org
  • AILA – the American Immigration Lawyers Association is seeking immigration lawyers to help with asylum screenings, bond hearings, etc. – www.AILA.org
  • CARA – provides legal services at family detention centers – www.CARAprobono.org
  • Legal Aid Justice Center – provides unaccompanied minors legal services and representation – www.justice4all.org
  • Immigrant Families Together – serves immigrant families by helping moms meet bail, by providing legal assistance, reunification efforts, and more – www.immigrantfamiliestogether.com

InformedImmigrant.com is one of the most important resources on being undocumented in the US

ICE.gov provides a detention facility locator https://www.ice.gov/detention-facilities