Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Grants Awarded

  • $3,500 2021

    For the 2021 Phillip Burton Award for Immigration & Civil Rights.

  • $5,000 2019

  • $135,000 2018

    To provide legal services providers with information to lower deportations of law-abiding undocumented Californians. $135,000

  • $500,000 2018

    For the New Americans Campaign project to increase citizenship in California and nationally. $500,000

  • $150,000 2017

    To stabilize and unify undocumented families in the Bay Area. $150,000 over 18 months

  • $1,110,000 2016

    To increase citizenship in California and nationally through the New Americans Campaign project. $1,110,000 over two years (2016-2018)

  • $200,000 2015

    For the New Americans Campaign to increase the number of new citizens nationwide. $200,000

  • $900,000 2015

    For Ready California, a statewide campaign for administrative action implementation. $900,000

  • $50,000 2014

    For the Ready California project to coordinate and expand legal and other services in preparation for potential federal administrative relief for undocumented immigrants. $50,000

  • $200,000 2014

    For the New Americans Campaign to increase the number of new citizens in California and nationwide. $200,000

  • $42,000 2014

    To help the New Americans Campaign create innovative ways to increase citizenship numbers. $42,000

  • $30,000 2013

    To develop a plan to expand legal and other services in anticipation of federal immigration reform measures. $30,000

  • $200,000 2013

    For the New Americans Collaborative project, to increase the number of new citizens in California and nationwide. $200,000

  • $20,000 2012

  • $100,000 2012

    For the New Americans Collaboration to develop and implement a comprehensive strategic communications plan. $100,000

  • $25,000 2012

  • $200,000 2012

    To increase the number of eligible individuals becoming citizens in California and nationwide. $200,000

  • $155,000 2011

    To increase the number of eligible individuals becoming citizens in California and nationwide. $155,000

  • $120,000 2010

    To increase immigrant citizenship in California. $120,000