Our undocumented community is one of the most vulnerable populations during the COVID-19 pandemic in Washington State. We seek to provide direct economic support to our undocumented community during the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order. Join us today, to ensure we are able to collectively reach our goal of $5,000,000 to support over 5,000 families. Donations will go directly to families in need. Please donate, share this fundraiser on social media, and direct friends, co-workers, and big funders you may know.
If you want to send a check please send it to P.O. Box 45406, Seattle WA 98145. If you want to make a donation via a donor advised, or a Trust our EIN is 81-3153433 Scholar Fund (DBA: Scholarship Junkies). If you want to donate stock please get in touch email@example.com
Applications open now open, and we are estimating to distribute aid between $500 - $1,000 per individual to help where you need most. Due to demand and in an attempt to support more families we’ve decided to cap the max aid at $1,000. Fill out the form below to apply and we'll be in touch as soon as possible.
We know we may not be able to help everyone and want to be clear that applying does not guarantee that you will receive aid.
Together we will work together to provide emergency preventative financial relief to as many undocumented families as possible.
Due to limited funds we can't serve everyone. To support those with the most need, we are prioritizing applicants that fall into the following criterion:
We evaluate applications on week by week rolling basis. Each week we send approved, waitlisted, and rejected emails to evaluated applicants. This may vary region by region as we work with our coalition of partners for additional review. Please make sure to check your spam to see if you've gotten an application decision.
Due to limited funds, we are only able to fund one family one time. In our verification process, we screen for previously funded households to ensure we aren't funding groups multiple times.
No. Payments that individuals receive under a charitable organization’s program as a result of a disaster or emergency hardship are considered to be gifts and are excluded from gross income of recipients under section 102 of the Code.