ACLU Foundation of Southern California

Grants Awarded

  • $25,000 2016

  • $100,000 2015

    To support the alumni of the Fellowship for a New California to build leadership and common ground. $100,000 over 18 months (2015-2017)

  • $50,000 2015

    To provide legal and strategic advice to immigrant rights organizations and advocates in Orange County and the Inland Empire. $50,000

  • $50,000 2014

    To provide legal counsel to immigrant rights advocates in Orange County and the Inland Empire, and to work with police departments and advocates on enforcement reform. $50,000

  • $50,000 2014

    To support an alumni group of the first two cohorts of the Fellowship for a New California. $50,000

  • $65,000 2014

    To restructure its board and develop the staff leadership needed for its integrated advocacy approach. $65,000

  • $50,000 2013

    To provide legal counsel to immigrant rights advocates in Orange County and the Inland Empire, and to work with police departments and advocates on enforcement reform. $100,000 over two years (2013-2015)

  • $45,000 2012

    To support the alumni group of the Fellowship for a New California. $45,000

  • $40,000 2012

    To develop a strategic plan for a more integrated advocacy approach, and to bolster the executive director's and senior team's abilities to lead change. $40,000

  • $120,000 2011

    To promote cooperation between law enforcement and immigrant communities, and to provide legal and technical assistance to California immigrant rights advocates. $120,000 over two years (2011-2013)

  • $60,000 2010

    To support a statewide network to provide public education, technical assistance, litigation and advocacy on local immigration enforcement issues in California. $60,000