National Immigration Law Center

Grants Awarded

  • $300,000 2020

    To advance and defend the rights of immigrants. $250,000 over two years. (2020-2022)

  • $500 2018

  • $500 2018

  • $50,000 2018

    To deepen engagement with donors and supporters by integrating communications, fundraising, and advocacy campaigns. $50,000

  • $250,000 2018

    To defend the rights of immigrant families. $250,000 over two years

  • $50,000 2017

    To integrate digital communications with fundraising in order to cultivate donor retention and stewardship. $50,000

  • $2,500 2016

  • $300,000 2016

    To defend and advance the rights of low-income immigrants and their families. $300,000 (over two years)

  • $50,000 2014

    For restructuring and strengthening its senior team. $50,000

  • $250,000 2014

    To advocate for rights and benefits for immigrants, including Dreamers. $250,000 over two years (2014-2016)

  • $115,000 2013

    For the United We Dream Network, to educate the public about the need for undocumented young people to have equal access to college financial aid and a path to citizenship. $115,000

  • $175,000 2013

    To promote a road map to citizenship and defend and advance the rights of low-income immigrants. $175,000

  • $500 2012

  • $75,000 2012

    For the United We Dream Network, to educate the public about the need for undocumented young people to have equal access to college financial aid and a path to citizenship. $75,000

  • $35,000 2011

    To strengthen new senior executive and mid-level teams and its board of directors. $35,000

  • $250,000 2011

    To defend and advance the rights of low-income immigrants in California and throughout the country. $250,000 over two years (2011-2013)

  • $35,000 2010

    To build a mid-level and senior executive team and to expand the board of directors. $35,000

  • $125,000 2010

    To defend and advance the rights of low-income immigrants in California and throughout the United States. $125,000