Help Immigrant Children

Donate to Help Infants, Children and Families Detained at the Border.

ActBlue Charities set up a link that allows you to donate to 14 different organizations, including the ACLU, United We Dream, the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project. Donate here.

Rachel McGonagill’s comprehensive list of organizations

RAICES Texas-based organization offers free and low-cost legal services to immigrant children and families. Donate here.

KIND (Kids In Need of Defense) provides legal representation to migrant children and lobbies to ensure their rights are protected. Donate here.

Pueblo Sin Fronteras provides humanitarian aid and shelter to migrants on their way to the U.S. Donate here.

Al Otro Lado provides legal services to deportees and migrants in Tijuana, Mexico, including deportee parents whose children remain in the U.S. Donate here.

Arizona-based Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project offers free legal services to people in immigration custody.  Donate here.

Justice in Motion helps parents, who have been deported without their children, reunite. Donate here.

Texas Civil Rights Project uses legal advocacy and litigation to help families separated at the border. Donate here.

Border Angels supports San Diego County’s immigrant population and focuses on issues related to the U.S.-Mexico border. Donate here.

South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project (ProBAR)  supports over 1,000 unaccom­panied children in detention centers across South Texas. Donate here.

Fronterizo Fianza Fund, run by the Detained Migrant Solidarity Committee, assists families in raising bond money for detained immigrants. Donate here.

National Immigrant Justice Center fights for policy reform and provides legal services to immigrants, refugees, and asylum-seekers. Donate here.

El Paso, TX-based Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center provides legal representation to migrants who otherwise can’t afford it. Donate here.

DACA Recipients

Financial Resources for DACA recipients