National Day Laborer Organizing Network

Grants Awarded

  • $50,000 2020

    For the Immigrant Worker Safety Net Fund to provide direct assistance to immigrants harmed by the COVID-19 crisis. $50,000

  • $200,000 2020

    To organize day laborers in California to protect and expand immigrant rights. $200,000

  • $200,000 2019

    To organize day laborers to protect and expand immigrant rights. $200,000

  • $200,000 2018

    To organize day laborers to protect and expand immigrant rights. $200,000

  • $200,000 2017

    To organize day laborers to protect and expand immigrant rights. $200,000

  • $56,000 2016

    For setting strategy and building the leadership teams needed for the next phase of work and growth. $56,000

  • $100,000 2016

    To amplify the voices of immigrant day laborers to protect and expand their rights. $100,000

  • $125,000 2015

    To organize day laborers to protect and expand immigrant rights. $125,000

  • $125,000 2014

    To organize day laborers to protect and expand their civil and human rights. $125,000

  • $75,000 2013

    To protect day laborers' rights and to increase their civic participation on immigration issues. $75,000

  • $75,000 2012

    To increase public support for pro-immigrant policies in California through public education and building multi-ethnic alliances. 75,000

  • $100,000 2010

    To protect immigrants' rights and increase civic participation, especially in California. $100,000 over two years (2010-2012)