Immigration & Citizenship


COFEM (Consejo de Federaciones Mexicanas en Norteamérica) was established in 2005 to give hometown associations a unified voice to improve educational, health, social, and political conditions for Latino immigrants in their local communities and communities of origin. COFEM’s organizational priorities are aimed at addressing some of the underlining issues faced by the membership and immigrant […]

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Eva Longoria Fund

The Eva Longoria Fund (ELF) was established at CCF in 2010 by actress, activist and philanthropist Eva Longoria. This fund has been established primarily for, but not limited to, two charitable causes: children and the Latino community. First, ELF strives to support and foster awareness for children of all ethnic and racial backgrounds suffering from […]

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Founded by America Ferrera, Wilmer Valderrama, and Ryan Piers Williams following the 2016 presidential election, Harness educates, inspires, and activates a community of Cultural Organizers to use the power of storytelling to imagine and create a more equitable world. Our programs and campaigns have catalyzed wide-scale support, prominent media coverage, inclusion in pop culture storylines, […]

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Immigrants Are Los Angeles

Immigrants are part of the fabric of Los Angeles and their economic, social and cultural contributions make our city the dynamic and vibrant metropolis it is today. Immigrant Angelenos make up 35 percent of the County’s total population of over 10 million individuals. The immigrant community in the Los Angeles metro area is a significant […]

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L.A. Justice Fund

The L.A. Justice Fund seeks to increase access to legal representation for individuals & families facing deportation & removal proceedings in Los Angeles County.

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Latino Prosperity Fund

At 63.7 million strong, Latinos are the largest racial or ethnic majority in the U.S. However, although Latinos represent 19.1% of the population[1], one in seven Latino households has no wealth or is in debt.[2] These facts and their lived experiences encouraged founders Ana Guerrero, Linda Lopez, Claudia Luna, Corinne Tapia Babcock, and Iris Zuñiga […]

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Reuniting & Keeping Families Together

Families belong together. The harm cased by separating children is irreparable. Join with us to protect and reunite immigrant families.

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