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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Harness envisions a world where human rights are protected by the power of the people. Our mission is to connect communities through conversation to inspire action and power change. Harness’ vision and mission are rooted in the beginnings of the organization – a simple house meeting held by America Ferrera, Wilmer Valderrama, and Ryan Piers […]

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L.A. For All

Los Angeles County is a symphony of voices, a tapestry of dreams. Whether from Oaxaca or Oklahoma, Philadelphia or Phnom Penh, people migrate here to create better futures for themselves and their families. The county’s 3.5 million immigrants are a defining part of our identity, our culture and our economy – contributing nearly $233 billion […]

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L.A. Justice Fund

The L.A. Justice Fund provides rapid response funding to nonprofit legal service organizations currently engaged in immigration court cases and supports pilot programs that seek to expand the pool of immigration attorneys available to provide representation.

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Reuniting & Keeping Families Together

The images streaming in from the border of children being separated from their families have captured the nation’s hearts and minds. As a mother and grandmother, I feel deeply for the families who are being needlessly traumatized. More than 2,300 children have been separated from their parents by the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy. Cities throughout […]

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