We are unable to accept North Carolina, Georgia and Florida donations at this time, as our charity registration as a 501c3 in each of those states has not yet been finalized,
"This is the money from my book sale. I hope that you never get separated again. I hope no families get separated, ever. " -- Felix, 8yrs
“Este es el dinero de mi venta de libros. Espero que nunca se separen de nuevo. Espero que ninguna familia vuelva a ser separada, nunca. – Felix, 8 años de edad.
a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to reuniting and supporting immigrant families separated at the US/Mexico border.
We also provide support and resources to the families we've reunited:
In addition we have programs for:
Your support is crucial.
Every dollar counts!
“What ICE has underestimated in this case is the power of these women, and their resilience, and their cohesiveness as a community which will lead to ....
how this house of cards
is gonna fall down.”
This special matching campaign reached it's goal in 2020!
We are unable to accept GA donations at this time, as our charity registration as a 501c3 in this state has not yet been finalized.
Immigrant Families Together Foundation initially formed as a group of volunteers in June 2018 in reaction to the zero tolerance policy that separates families at the border. We are dedicated to reuniting and supporting families separated at the US/Mexico border.
Since then, we incorporated in December 2018, received 501 (c)3 status in February 2020 and we:
• Posted bond for 119 adults and reunited them with their families (bonds have ranged from $1,500 to $40,000).
• Provide ongoing support -- legal counsel, housing, groceries, clothing, healthcare on an as-needed basis -- for families to live a stable life without becoming a public charge.
• Provide support to partners on the border who meet immediate needs of asylum seekers affected by the Migrant Protection Protocols.
• Provide phone and commissary funds to asylum seekers in detention, as well as support to families who have lost a loved one in detention in order to obtain the remains and make final arrangements.
Yeni Gonzalez, our first mom,
leaving Eloy Detention Center
“Immigration policy is personal for so many of us in Queens who come from immigrant families. This federal government’s anti-immigrant agenda is un-American and shameful. Thankfully, good people like Julie are organizing and fighting back,”
“I am honored to support her work with Immigrant Families Together and pleased to recognize her as a Woman of Distinction.”
Sen. Gianaris awarded Immigrant Families Together a $20,000 grant on our first anniversary.
"You don't have to wait for the government to do what you are socially responsible to do"
Francisco Collazo - Cofounder
Immigrant Families Together
Miles4Migrants partners with us to provide transportation to reunite many of our new families upon release from detention.
Lumos, the foundation founded by J.K. Rowling partnered with us to accomplish our shared mission of reuniting families and helping them to rebuild their lives and recover from the trauma they have endured.
Casper partners with us to provide beds to families.
Hello Bello, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard's premium eco friendly diaper company, partners with us to provide our families' diapers.
Seventh Generation partnered with us to provide period care products to asylum-seeking refugees in need. Seventh Generation’s mission is to transform the world into a healthy, sustainable & equitable place for the next seven generations.
Bombas touched the lives of over 1000 immigrants from toddlers to adults with a donation of 5000 pairs of socks to our partners on the border in El Paso, TX.
TomboyX, whose brazenly unapologetic underwear made for all bodies and genders, provides underwear to migrants living in homeless shelters, on the street in tents and under tarps for our special projects on the border.
Sesame Street in Communities partners with Immigrant Families Together to provide our partners on the border with materials for families to create safe spaces during these trauma filled times in their lives.
Robin Hood‘s COVID-19 Relief program generously provided a grant in the amount of $3,500, to help cover food expenses for IFT families in NYC.
6397 showed up for our partners on the border with a shipment of jeans and t shirts.
"In honor of my precious grandchildren. All children deserve to be protected and cherished, and their parents deserve to be supported in trying to protect and take care their families." -- Liz
“En honor a mis preciosos nietos. Todos los niños merecen ser protegidos y apreciados, y sus padres merecen ser apoyados en tratar de proteger y cuidar de sus familias.” – Liz