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The ITF Monterey County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which makes all donations to us tax deductible.

SUPPORT THE IMMIGRATION TASK FORCE

$6,821 of $10,000 raised
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Donation Total: $10 One Time

FUNDING NEEDS: MOVING FORWARD

In our first six months of operation, the Immigration Task Force raised and spent approximately $8,000. Fundraising continues to be an important part of what we do. Your contribution will help fund the following projects:

Costs associated with researching, planning and effectively communicating the available follow-up support services for immigrant families after a parent has been detained or deported.

Costs associated with pre-planning clinics being done in conjunction with Monterey College of Law. These clinics allow immigrants to make informed decisions regarding the care of their children in the event that they are detained or deported by ICE.

Printing additional handouts used in Know Your Rights classes and forums and materials used in Rapid Responder trainings for volunteers learning how to document ICE activities during a raid.

Printing additional Know Your Rights red cards that provide immigrants with information about their Constitutional rights and Monterey County legal resources and contact numbers.

On-going operation of the hotline system and software which allows people to call a single number no matter where they are in Monterey County to report and request support in the event of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention or raid.

Costs associated with researching, planning and effectively communicating the available follow-up support services for immigrant families after a parent has been detained or deported.

Costs associated with pre-planning clinics being done in conjunction with Monterey College of Law. These clinics allow immigrants to make informed decisions regarding the care of their children in the event that they are detained or deported by ICE.

Printing additional handouts used in Know Your Rights classes and forums and materials used in Rapid Responder trainings for volunteers learning how to document ICE activities during a raid.

Printing additional Know Your Rights red cards that provide immigrants with information about their Constitutional rights and Monterey County legal resources and contact numbers.

On-going operation of the hotline system and software which allows people to call a single number no matter where they are in Monterey County to report and request support in the event of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention or raid.

You can also send us a check.

Make the check payable to:
Action Council of Monterey County
In the memo line of the check write:
Immigration Task Force

Mail the check to:
Action Council of Monterey County
c/o Richard Baldwin, Treasurer
406 Crocker Avenue
Pacific Grove, CA 93950