Wall Street Journal article on Bay Area Immigrants Cites Four Freedoms Fund, Public Interest Projects and Unbound

Mission Asset Fund Adapts a Traditional Practice to Help Some Undocumented Residents Apply Under a New U.S. Program

Four Freedoms Fund, a project of New York-based Public Interest Projects, supports organizations working with “Dreamers” to offset the cost of legal services and overall processing, as well as broader comprehensive immigration reform. Unbound Philanthropy, another New York-based nonprofit, is joining Public Interest Projects’ effort through a “rapid response” fund to support workshops to prepare DACA-eligible immigrants before they begin the application process. And the Hispanic Federation has earmarked $50,000 for grants to needy families for their DACA application fees in New Jersey, Connecticut, New York and Pennsylvania.

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