This year’s #SOMOSALIANZA campaign is the perfect opportunity to add your voice to this movement and get involved. Throughout the month of December, we will be highlighting our work and the work of our members, with opportunities to give directly to work happening at the local, national, and global level.
As organizations led by and for migrant communities, the voices of our members are absolutely crucial – both in their local communities and on a national and global stage.
Click here to support the continued work of Alianza Americas or on one of our member organization’s below to add your voice and invest in both local outreach to migrant communities and national efforts to provide vital leadership and capacity building trainings and advocacy opportunities to our members.
Click on any of the pages below to give directly to our collective efforts with specific members:
Working with underserved communities in Texas in the issues of immigration policy, economic and environmental justice, leadership development health access and job placement.
Working transnationally to support social, educational, cultural, and development activities for the P’urhépecha community and connecting them with supportive programs and services available in the United States and Mexico.
Promoting development and autonomy of women through education and partnerships to address community needs and realities and promote collective efforts from a transnational perspective.
LCIA is a volunteer-led grassroots organization working to empower undocumented and immigrant communities through advocacy, community building, and education.
We are Catholics in SE Michigan defending the human rights and dignity of our immigrant brothers and sisters. Our Circles of Support provide education to the wider parish community, accompany immigrant families in crisis and advocate for more humane policies and practices.
The Welcome Immigrant Network creates social change and empowers the immigrant community by providing orientation, advocacy and support to immigrants in the North Shore region of MA.