Immigrants Rising’s Pre-Law Fund will provide grants to low-income immigrants who are planning to attend law school. We provide grants of up to $2,500.
Congratulations to Ju Hong, who will receive support for his entrepreneurial project Daol Tofu & Korean BBQ.
Read what we have done this year to transform fear and uncertainty into hope and opportunity for undocumented young people nationwide.
Congratulations to Juan Deoses, who’ll receive support for his entrepreneurial project Centro Familiar, which provides quality mental health services to undocumented children and families who otherwise wouldn’t have access to professional services. Every month we award up to $2,000 short-term, non-renewable funding through our Entrepreneurship Fund Kickstarter Grants.
Congratulations to our first Entrepreneurship Fund Kickstarter Grant Winner: UndocuProfessionals. Starting in September 2019, we began accepting applications for our Kickstarter Grants, short-term, non-renewable funding of up to $2,000.
At each of his concerts, Alejandro Sanz has met with a group of DACA recipients, undocumented immigrants, and their parents. Not only has he held private meet-and-greets, he is also raising funds through the sale of a “DREAMER” t-shirt for three organizations that benefit DREAMers: Dream Big Nevada’s DACA renewal fund, Immigrants Rising’s entrepreneurship program, and a college scholarship program, The Ascend Educational Fund.
Short-term, non-renewable grants of up to $2,000 to help you launch a new project or get your existing one to the next level.