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OrganizationFund NameFund DescriptionLocationUndoc. eligible?DetailsNOTES: (Documentation required? When to expect funds?)Link to ApplyLink to Donate
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City of DenverDenver Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance Program (TRUA)The Temporary Rental and Utility Assistance program (TRUA) offers resources to Denver residents who are facing a housing crisis or hardship to help prevent eviction or displacement.DenverHelp with up to 80% of rent and payment of utilities. Requirements: proof of household income, Denver residency, amount of rent due or rent increase; information re: cause of housing crisis; participation in housing counseling program. https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/housing-information/resident-resources/stay-in-your-home/rent-utility-help.html
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Impact CharitableLeft Behind Workers FundWill disperse payments of $500--$1,000 to those impacted by the pandemic through CIRC and the Village Exchange Center.Unspecified
https://www.impactcharitable.org
https://impactcharitable.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/create?funit_id=1231
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CIRC and Impact CharitableUndocumented Workers FundPayments of $500--$1,000 to those impacted by the pandemic; to address most pressing needs (food, rent, bills, health, transportation, etc.). Payment options will be flexible for both banked and unbanked individuals. UnspecifiedOpen to any undocumented person who lost their job or had significant hours cut (20 or more) as a result of COVID-19. CIRC, in conjunction with its member organizations, screens candidates and collects all required information for the grant application process. SSNs and ITNs not required.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfpL25IYxhNQspOEM4-mQ-Lwg_oJcKKINepRIFvOaGN-5_Ddw/viewform
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Village Exchange Center and Impact CharitableUndocumented Workers FundPayments of $500--$1,000 to those impacted by the pandemic; to address most pressing needs (food, rent, bills, health, transportation, etc.). Payment options will be flexible for both banked and unbanked individuals. UnspecifiedOpen to any undocumented person who lost their job or had significant hours cut (20 or more) as a result of COVID-19. CIRC, in conjunction with its member organizations, screens candidates and collects all required information for the grant application process. SSNs and ITNs not required.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfpL25IYxhNQspOEM4-mQ-Lwg_oJcKKINepRIFvOaGN-5_Ddw/viewform
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Padres y Jóvenes Unidos#OurBarrioCaresProvides direct short-term support to local working-class and immigrant families to reduce the immediate impact of Coronavirus Pandemic. Denver Metro AreaHas been able to assist with food, groceries, and connecting people to existing inclusive resources. Delivering 50 care packages to our families in Denver Public Schools, including a variety of activities, school supplies, face masks, and other items.(303) 458-6545https://padresunidos.ourpowerbase.net/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=9
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Catholic CharitiesRental Assistance FundRental assistance available only for people impacted by COVID-19.Denver Metro AreaCall (720) 377-1313 starting at 8 a.m. Monday-Thursday. Callers are placed in a queue and assigned an appt. time, generally the next day. Some verification of the impact is required and will be described when the appt. is scheduled.
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Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Denver Metro CouncilRent, Utilities and Food Assistance FundHelp for all people in need, regardless of faith. Assistance is provided directly through parish-based St. Vincent de Paul conferences (chapters) located throughout the Denver Metro area.Denver Metro AreaEnter the zip code at this site to determine conference. https://svdpden.org/get-help/conference-finder If address is within highlighted area on map, click on it to get name, address and phone of conference to contact.Status not specifically addressed but assistance to undocumented most likely available.See Details section.
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El Centro HumanitarioFunds for Day LaborersAssistance for El Centro members only.Denver, Aurora areaNot currently funded.http://www.centrohumanitario.org/get-involved/make-a-donation/
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9to5 Colorado9to5 Rapid Response Care FundOne time $500 grant to 9to5 community members for emergency assistance such as housing, utilities, childcare or food until funds are depleted.Colorado Priority given to those who do not have access to paid leave or government assistance programsComplete form in the link to help their team assist you in finding resources and support. Eligibility will be based on information provided and available funds. Applications are reviewed on a weekly basis. If eligible, they will be in touch within 1-2 weeks.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe3GojbrbErhT9tOB3BcP9cFPTksB5CQaU_uR9Yj5yvXSiI6w/viewformhttp://9to5.org/rrcf
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Adams County Rental and Mortgage AssistanceCOVID-19 Rental and Mortgage Assistance FundAdams County through the County Manager’s Office has launched a Housing Stability Response and Recovery Team to keep people in their homes and ensure residents’ housing needs are met during the COVID-19 crisis. The Adams County Foundation has allocated $300,000 for rental and mortgage assistance for low-income Adams County residents experiencing economic stress due to the COVID-19 crisis.Adams CountyThese funds, administered by Maiker Housing Partners, are meant to provide emergency, short term rental and mortgage assistance to households that are most vulnerable to eviction or foreclosure due to the likelihood that they have little savings, have suffered loss or reduction of employment, could experience housing instability or incur insurmountable debt due to unpaid rent or mortgage.https://maikerhp.org/rent-utility-and-mortgage-assistance-3/
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Arapahoe County Emergency Funds for Rent/UtilitiesHousing Assistance ProgramThe Housing Assistance Program is offered to all Arapahoe County residents. There is no age requirement to receive assistance. All assistance is provided free of charge.Arapahoe CountyThe program can assist with: housing searches, referrals to rental assistance programs, eviction resources, homeless prevention services, other housing resource questions. For more information, contact Cameron Shropshire, Housing Specialist, 303-738-8061.https://www.arapahoegov.com/1662/Housing-Assistance-Program
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Mosaic FundCOVID-19 Assistance ProgramsClearinghouse to find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs.Aurora
Appears that SSN# requested.
https://mosaicfoundation.org/mosaic/community-resource-page-for-covid-19-emergency/
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Jefferson CountyEmergency Covid-19 AssistanceAssistance with food, rent, or paying other bills.Jefferson County
Appears that SSN# requested.
https://www.jeffco.us/4021/Emergency-Assistance-COVID-19
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PhilanthropieceCOVID-19 Undocu-Relief FundNo information other than how to donate is provided on the website.Boulder Countyhttps://philanthropiece.org/donate/
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Interfaith Solidarity and Accompaniment CoalitionNoCo Emergency Immigration FundAssistance to undocumented familes for emergency medical, legal, or others costs. $300 relief grants available for undocumented workers who have lost work due to Covid-19.Larimer countyFunds are available only to undocumented individuals.For more information: isaac.northern.colorado@gmail.comhttps://foothillsuu.churchcenter.com/giving
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Sojourn Mennonite ChurchCommunity Dreamer FundEmergency assistance for undocumented Larimer County high schoolers, Front Range Community College-Larimer students, and Colorado State University students.Larimer CountyONLY for undocumented students (HS and College)Requests for assistance can be anything (COVID expenses, medical expenses, rent, grocery assistance, legal/DACA renewal fees) that might disrupt a student's education.(970) 658-0026https://www.sojournmennonite.org/giving
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Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern ColoradoCOVID Relief FundNorthern Colorado
No further information provided
Office@IRCNoCo.orghttps://www.coloradogives.org/index.php?section=organizations&action=newDonation&fwID=27949&fbclid=IwAR1oACFgsCwbkpAAPb_yvOIzDZzDvFEp5EEuwYKqzZ4u9Ffuc2Xc9fMQ9YU
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Colorado Springs Sanctuary Coalition & CS Immigrant Accompaniment ProgramPikes Peak Immigrant Relief FundPikes Peak Region Contact Local Organization for More Info. Hannah Martinhttps://venmo.com/code?user_id=2987404625444864746
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Front Range Mutual AidFront Range Mutual Assistance - Getting Help
$50 per family limit on assistance, primarily for food.
ColoradoThey can connect people with other organizations offering assistance. If asked about your immigration status, please report it to Abolish ICE Denver. bit.ly/getcovidaidcoloradohttps://frman.org/form
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ManausThe Manaus Emergency FundFunded by private donors and grants, one time $1000 direct deposit or check to individuals excluded from other sources of aid. Application is done through the app "La Medichi." Aspen - ParachuteSubscribing to LaMedichi is a two-step process that requires your phone number, name and a quick phone call with a LaMedichi ambassador.https://www.lamedichi.org/ayudahttps://wTRUEww.manaus.org/calling-all-risk-takers
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Hispanic Affairs ProjectWestern Colorado Immigrant Relief FundDelta, Gunnison, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel countiesNot providedhttps://www.coloradogives.org/WesternCOImmigrantRelief
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Jason Hotchkiss Go Fund Me
$5,000 for Undocumented Families and FriendsCash distribution to undocumented families in the Durango communityDurangoJason Hotchkiss is the organizer. He can be contacted through the donor web link.https://www.gofundme.com/f/1yxgzmq0s0?utm_source=messenger&utm_medium=chat&utm_campaign=m_pd%20share-sheet&fbclid=IwAR0vE7jcPYlsHck_5i_D9FWTajt1wZJrgseQDRz9JBq8StBVREV0zp5AaJk
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4 Corners Mutual AidMutual Aid FundGoal: $15,000. Started in Montezuma/Dolores Counties but now a shared effort w/community organizers in Montezuma and La Plata Counties. The network facilitates direct connections between people with need and people with the ability to give. There is also a central PayPal fund (as not all needs can be made public, and not every donor has the ability to connect directly).Montezuma & Dolores CountiesThe fund is managed by a group of community members representing both counties as well as diverse communities within (including Indigenous, immigrant, and LGBTQ2S+ members). They distribute money to fulfill requests, prioritizing medical, housing, and utility needs (including phone, internet, and gas), needs by people who experience barriers to access for community resources (including BIPOC, people who are undocumented, disabled, unhoused, LGBTQ2S+), and first time requests.

All money collected is distributed and transparent records are being kept and will be published intermittently with privacy preserved.
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Family Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)Special Rental Relief ProgramIn order to be considered for assistance you need to have a: lease with your name on it; photo ID; your last paystub. Prior to assistance, FIRC will communicate with your landlord to advocate on your behalf. Call 970-262-3888 for more information.Summit CountyGiven limited funding, the most vulnerable clients are prioritized by considering the following criteria: has lived or worked in Summit County for at least 24 months (2 years); has dependent children living in the home; proof of not being able to return to work; is a single-parent household; not eligible for unemployment; not eligible for a stimulus check; not eligible for SNAP or TANF; has not started to receive unemployment as of yet; at least one family member has an on-going chronic physical/mental health condition; is past due on their April or May rent; insufficient funds to cover basic needs such as food and rent; has received an eviction threat or notice from the landlord.https://www.summitfirc.org/special-rent-assistance/
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Movimiento Cosecha Cosecha Undocumented Worker FundDirect distribution to "impacted" undocumented individuals/families.Nationwide
No further information provided
movimientocosecha.comhttps://secure.actblue.com/donate/cosechamutualaid
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National Domestic Workers AllianceCoronavirus Care FundDirect assistance of $400 for domestic workers (homecare workers, nannies, house cleaners). Funds are for domestic workers who are experiencing financial hardship because of the coronavirus pandemic and are staying home, to the best of their ability, to protect themselves, their families and their communities. At this time, the Coronavirus Care Fund application is only open to domestic workers who are participants in activities of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA), NDWA chapters, affiliate organizations, and circles or who were NDWA dues-paying members or Alia users prior to March 16, 2020. We will open the Fund for applications from other domestic workers as soon as funding allows.NationwideNDWA is managing the application process and distribution of funds through Alia. Alia is our movement’s platform that helps domestic workers get paid time off and other benefits. Domestic workers who qualify, and whose applications are approved, can access $400 in emergency assistance that will be mailed to them as a Visa gift card that they can use just like a credit card to buy things in person or online, wherever credit cards are accepted.https://membership.domesticworkers.org/coronavirus/#fund https://domesticworkers.org/coronavirus-care-fund-faq#Eligibility%20and%20Distributionhttps://secure.actblue.com/donate/coronavirus-care-fund
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NDLONImmigrant Worker Safety FundCash distributions will be made to NDLON member organizations for the fund. Assistance will be made available to be distributed directly to individuals in need through worker centers that are part of our Network. NationwideThe fund is established to help: workers over 60 years old; workers with disabilities and medical conditions that make them more vulnerable to the virus; workers who fall ill with Coronavirus; worker leaders, organizers and volunteers who fall ill while educating and serving others.https://domesticworkers.org/coronavirus-care-fund-faq#Eligibility%20and%20Distributionhttps://secure.actblue.com/donate/immigrantworkersafetynetfund
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One Fair WageEmergency Fund for Tipped and Service WorkersRaising money for this emergency fund to make temporary cash gifts to workers as funding becomes available. Information collected will only be used for the purposes of communicating with you for follow-up steps.NationwideUpon submitting this form, you accept that an organizer from One Fair Wage can reach out to you via Text or Phone.https://ofwemergencyfund.org/helphttps://secure.actblue.com/donate/ofwfund
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United We DreamNational UndocuFundGoal: raise $120,000 to provide 300 families with $400 each. Families must meet the series of requirements listed under the "Details" sectionNationwideIndividuals and/or households that are not eligible for unemployment insurance AND have not received a stimulus check from Federal/State governments.No longer accepting applicationshttps://secure.actblue.com/donate/national-undocufund
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USBG National Charity FoundationBartender Emergency Assistance ProgramDirect assistance for bartenders, or their spouse/child that experienced job loss due to crisisNationwideStatus is not mentioned in the application, just asks for proof of crisis.https://www.usbgfoundation.org/beaphttps://usbgfoundation.networkforgood.com/projects/95524-covid-19-relief-campaign
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