Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles

Grants Awarded

  • $125,000 2020

    To defend and advance immigrant rights and operate a multilingual voter assistance hotline

  • $200,000 2019

    To build a strong Asian American Pacific Islander voice on policies impacting immigrant communities and to strengthen and stabilize the organization during a leadership transition. $200,000

  • $5,000 2018

  • $75,000 2018

    To build a strong Asian American Pacific Islander voice on state policies impacting immigrant communities. $75,000

  • $54,000 2018

    To support executive transition. $54,000

  • $200,000 2017

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center project to advance immigrant rights and integration policies. $200,000

  • $25,000 2017

  • $15,000 2017

  • $15,000 2017

  • $200,000 2017

    To manage a research project to gain a much deeper and broader understanding of how Americans think about immigrants. $200,000

  • $25,000 2017

  • $125,000 2017

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center project to continue managing a research project to gain a much deeper understanding of how Americans think about immigrants. $125,000

  • $150,000 2016

    To build a strong Asian American Pacific Islander voice on state policies impacting immigrant communities ($150,000 over two years)

  • $58,000 2016

    To build the governance and bench strength of the California Immigrant Policy Center. $58,000

  • $55,000 2016

    For organizational redesign to support growth and executive transition. $55,000

  • $200,000 2016

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center project to advance immigrant rights and integration policies. $200,000

  • $25,000 2016

  • $175,000 2016

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center project to ramp up deportation defense to keep California families safe. $175,000

  • $200,000 2015

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center project to advance immigrant rights and integration policies. $200,000

  • $100,000 2015

    To help undocumented immigrants in Los Angeles County apply for Administrative Relief. $100,000

  • $2,500 2014

  • $10,000 2014

  • $200,000 2014

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center project to improve immigrant rights and integration policies. $200,000

  • $45,000 2014

    To build the governance and leadership structures of the California Immigrant Policy Center. $45,000

  • $50,000 2014

    For succession planning for a longtime founder-led organization. $50,000

  • $100,000 2013

    To elevate the priorities of Asian Americans in the debate around immigration reform. $100,000

  • $200,000 2013

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center, to improve immigrant rights and integration policies. $200,000

  • $50,000 2013

    For API Equality-LA, to engage Asian Pacific Americans in Los Angeles in talking to family and friends about issues of gay equality. $50,000

  • $3,500 2013

  • $44,000 2012

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center, to build the staff and board structures needed to achieve greater impact in California. $44,000

  • $150,000 2012

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center, to improve immigrant rights and integration policies in California. $150,000

  • $40,000 2012

    For succession planning for a longtime founder-led organization. $40,000

  • $150,000 2012

    To assist Asian American Dreamers obtain deportation reprieves and promote citizenship and voting. $150,000

  • $5,000 2012

  • $135,000 2011

    To promote citizenship in Asian American communities in California. $135,000

  • $50,000 2011

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center, to create a policy blueprint for the California immigrant movement. $50,000

  • $100,000 2010

    To promote citizenship and voting in Asian American communities. $100,000

  • $500 2010

  • $300,000 2010

    For the California Immigrant Policy Center, to preserve and advance proactive policies that support immigrants in California. $300,000 over two years (2010-2012)