Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

Grants Awarded

  • $150,000 2020

    To advance immigrant rights and integration in California. $150,000

  • $250,000 2018

    To advance immigrant rights and integration in California. $250,000 over two years.

  • $15,000 2017

  • $2,500 2016

  • $250,000 2016

    To advance immigrant rights and integration in Los Angeles and beyond. $250,000 (over two years)

  • $54,000 2016

    To build board and staff leadership in strategy, finance and fundraising. $54,000

  • $5,000 2014

  • $275,000 2014

    To educate Californians about the need for federal immigration reform and increase immigrant civic participation in Los Angeles. $275,000 over two years (2014-2016)

  • $62,500 2014

    To restructure the board and to build the staff leadership needed to manage significant growth. $62,500

  • $175,000 2013

    To educate Californians about the need for federal immigration reform and increase immigrant civic participation in Los Angeles. $175,000

  • $59,000 2012

    For strategic planning and to strengthen the newly formed senior team. $59,000

  • $150,000 2012

    To help Latino immigrants increase their civic participation and organize to protect their rights. $150,000

  • $2,500 2011

  • $40,000 2011

    To build a senior team and to build a board that can launch an individual donor program. $40,000

  • $200,000 2010

    To increase civic participation and organize Latino immigrants to protect their rights. $200,000 over two years (2010-2012)