We know that the situation facing immigrant families and their children at the U.S. border is beyond inhumane. While offering help to the unaccompanied minors being held at detention centers across the country is not allowed at the moment, there are groups of accompanied children being transitioned into immigration proceedings as they relocate to areas where they have a family support system. Recognizing the opportunity to help these children's immediate needs for the short time while they are in transition, a group of concerned individuals and organizations have teamed up to build awareness and support for organizations providing child immigrant/refugee relief efforts in TX, CA and other locations.
NOTE: We do not provide relief/donation collection or adoption services ourselves. Our goal is to give visibility to organizations doing relief work on the ground and to be a resource to those who want to help these children. For information on relief providers in Texas, California and other areas, please check the listings on our ITEM DONATIONS page. If you know of any other providers, please add them to the list! The Border Kids Relief Project is a partnership between the following organizations:
Founded in 2002, the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) is dedicated to grassroots community organizing social justice with the belief that communities will prosper when all people engage in and benefit from the democratic process. Through our work, we envision communities whose members are capable of leading and advocating for sustainable policies and systems changes.
Established in 1929, LULAC works to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health, and civil rights of the Hispanic population in the United States.
Speak Hispanic Communications is a 100% virtual, woman-owned and run, socially-conscious company on a mission to help non-profits bridge the gap between awareness and action, in the Latino community and beyond.
Family is Familia (Formerly known as Thoughts of a Mommy) is a blog catering to moms, dads and familias founded by Liz Cerezo, who has been a devoted blogger for more than 5 years, sharing a variety of stories from her life as a Latina.
The Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley is one of our local donation receiving partners. They are providing food, shelter, and medical attention to children refugees.
KIND was founded by Angelina Jolie and the Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, nongovernmental organizations, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal counsel to unaccompanied refugee and immigrant children in the United States.