This month, we’d planned to take on the theme “elbows off the table,” but due to recent events along the southern border, a more pressing priority has surfaced.

There is urgent work to be done to reunite parents and children that were recently separated due to immigration policy.

We invite you to join us in our efforts to provide resources for the spectrum of professional services that will be required to achieve this.

Find ways to help

How You Can Help Reunite Families

The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services is a Texas-based nonprofit that provides legal services for immigrants. They also run Casa RAICES, offering shelter to thousands of asylum seekers and undocumented immigrants every year.

Donations to the South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project help provide pro-bono legal services to detained immigrants housed in detention in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley.

Texas Civil Rights Project
A nonprofit organization of Texas-based lawyers working to reunite hundreds of separated families by providing legal representation on underlying immigration claims.

Border Angels
A San Diego-based nonprofit focused on migrant rights, immigration reform, and the prevention of immigrant deaths along the border.

The ACLU works through the courts, legislatures, and communities to protect individual rights and liberties throughout the country.

The Support Kids at the Border Campaign divides all donations evenly among 14 organizations working on different aspects of the issue, from legal and social services to immigration policy and grassroots organizing.