Stand for Immigrants' Rights This Giving Tuesday

Immigrants are Virginians, and together, we’ll make this a safe home for all of us.

Giving Tuesday is about seizing the opportunity to make a difference. Your support helps us build a stronger, more inclusive Virginia through key initiatives like our brand new Immigrants' Rights Project.

We believe the people closest to the issues have the best solutions. Today we are asking you to support the ACLU of Virginia, including our new immigrants' rights work, and to also consider a gift to other organizations that have long been doing this work.

Support from people like you is what makes our work possible.

Donate to the ACLU-VA

Organizations Supporting Immigrant Communities in Virginia

Dos Santos (Eastern Shore)

Volunteers from Dos Santos posed next to a bunch of gift bags they prepared

Dos Santos Food Pantry/Thrift Store is a 501c3 non-profit that assists low-income resident families and seasonal agricultural workers on the Eastern Shore to meet their basic need for food. Throughout the year, Dos Santos distributes food supplies to hard-working families (mostly Hispanic) each month, keeping an average of nearly 1500 family members from suffering food shortages.

Support their work here.

Hamkae Center (Northern Virginia)

Members of Hamkae Center held a banner with "Hamkae Center" logo and other protest signs against censorship

Hamkae Center organizes Asian Americans to achieve social, economic, and racial justice in Virginia. Through community organizing, public policy advocacy, civic engagement, youth leadership development, service provision, and community education, Hamkae Center works to build a future in which low- and middle-income, immigrant, people of color, and marginalized communities can fully participate in U.S. society and work together as makers of lasting change.

Support their work here.

Sin Barreras (Charlottesville)

Sin Barreras staff tabled at an event and talked to an attendee.

Sin Barreras' mission is to empower immigrants and their families in Central Virginia, focusing on the Hispanic population, by educating, advocating, and supporting their needs.

Support their work here.

Tenants and Workers United (Northern Virginia)

Nearly 100 tenants & workers members wore their branded orange t-shirt and stoof in front of the County of Fairfax building

Tenants and Workers United (TWU) is a democratically-controlled grassroots organization committed to building community power to win social and economic justice across Northern Virginia. Centering leadership development and civic education, TWU organizes people of color from low-income backgrounds to secure sustainable changes in Alexandria City, Fairfax County, and Prince William County, with a focus on deeply affordable and dignified housing.

Support their work here.

Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights (statewide)

Members of VACIR held protest signs such as "no human being is illegal" and the Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights banner

The Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights (VACIR) is a multi-racial and multi-ethnic coalition of organizations that exists to win dignity, power and quality of life for all immigrant and refugee communities.

Support their work here.

The Women's Initiative (Charlottesville)

The staff at The Women's Initiative at their tabling event

The Women’s Initiative provides vital mental health services regardless of ability to pay. Their counseling, social support and education programs serve more than 2,500 women annually. They seek to increase access to care and create a safe, welcoming place for women of all backgrounds.

Support their work here.