How Can I Help?

To help Rotary International rebuild The Bahamas, visit their website: Rotary International Website

American Gateways provides legal services and representation to detained parents. It’s seeking volunteers to represent low-income individuals and families. American Gateways Website

Angry Tias & Abuelas delivers financial support to local shelters; transportation to and from bus stations, airpots and shelters; and emergency food, water, clothing and toiletries to individuals and families seeking asylum. They are accepting donations. Angry Tias & Abuelas Website

Annunciation House shelters families detained and separated by ICE on the El Paso/Juarez border. Baker Ripley’s team of immigration attorneys is providing free or low-cost legal services throughout the Houston immigrant community. Annunciation House Website

The Humanitarian Respite Center for Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley provides a place for men, women and children to rest, have a warm meal, shower, change into clean clothes, as well as receive medicine and other supplies. The Humanitarian Respite Center Website

Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services says it’s the only full-service immigration legal aid clinic serving low-income immigrants and refugees in the southwestern U.S. Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services Website

Good Neighbor Settlement House has a respite center in Brownsville operating 24/7. The center is accepting donations like water bottles, juice boxes, animal crackers and peanut butter crackers to hand out to people awaiting their asylum hearings. Good Neighbor Settlement House Website

Human Rights First is one of the nation’s largest providers of pro bono legal representation for asylum-seekers, including families and people in detention in Texas, California, New York and Washington D.C. Human Rights First Website

Immigrant Families Together works to bond out asylum seekers and reunite them with their children. It also provides food to families and government and foster-agency-approved housing to expedite reunifications. The group is accepting donations. Immigrant Families Together Website

 Immigrant Justice Now is working to provide supplies, like bus tickets, Pedialyte, shoes, prepaid cellphones and underwear, to immigrant families and children. Immigrant Justice Now Website

The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services – RAICES Website