We are supported by hundreds of community organizations nationwide who are helping us with opening doors for DREAMers.
The Dream.US provides scholarships to DREAMers in colleges across the nation. Visit TheDream.US for more information.
The Arab American Association of New York
The Arab American Association of New York (AAANY), a social service and advocacy agency founded in 2001, supports and empowers the Arab immigrant and Arab American community by providing services to help them adjust to their new home and become active members of society. Their aim is for families to achieve the ultimate goals of independence, productivity, and stability. AAANY provides a wide range of culturally sensitive and multilingual social services—including legal services, immigration assistance, English and civics education, and youth empowerment programs. AAANY also serves as a bridge between the Arab community and the greater New York City community, fostering more understanding of Arab culture and immigrant issues and liaising between schools, government, and other institutions and residents to address issues of access and discrimination. Visit the Arab American Association of New York.
Caridad Center provides comprehensive health and dental services to the uninsured, working poor families of Palm Beach County, Florida. Caridad Center's mission is to upgrade the health, education, and living standards of underserved children and families. Visit Caridad Center.
FL DREAM is a coalition of local and national community and legal services organizations: Immigration Clinic at FIU College of Law, Own The Dream, Florida Immigrant Coalition, Americans for Immigrant Justice, Immigration Clinic of University of Miami School of Law, DREAMer Moms, Abundant Living Ministries Immigration Services, Deferred Action for DREAMers (DAD), and Students Working for Equal Rights. Our mission is to assist and engage local immigrant youth through free legal immigration clinics. We also intend to create opportunities for immigrant youth who obtain their DACA by insuring greater access to higher education and other benefits. We intend to form unique partnerships with public schools, colleges, universities, and community and national organizations/ institutions, to accomplish these goals. Visit FL DREAM.
Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights
Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights (NMCIR) works with more than 6,000 families a year on issues such as immigration, citizenship, deportation, and voter participation focusing on keeping families together, facilitating integration, and building community power. NMCIR is a non-profit organization founded in 1982 to educate, defend, and protect the rights of immigrants. Recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals, NMCIR is committed to expanding access to legal immigration services and participating in policy making and community organizing. Visit NMCIR.
The Young Women’s Christian Association of Queens
The Young Women's Christian Association of Queens (YWCA) is an influential community based organization that offers comprehensive education, career, and social services to low-income, disadvantaged, and immigrant families in the Queens and greater New York City region. Since its founding in 1978 by nine immigrant women heralding the bold mission of “eliminating racism, empowering women,” the organization has grown to serve nearly 11,000 families annually through its multigenerational and cross-cultural services that promote economic and personal wellbeing. Visit YWCA.
United Families is a community organization to create power and political consciousness through knowledge and information about social problems that affect the immigrant community. Visit United Families.