44 progressive Florida organizations that could use your help right now 

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The National Immigration Law Center

Mission: NILC legally defends the rights of low-income immigrants and their families to open the world of opportunity to everyone, regardless of race, religion, gender or immigration status.

Contact: 213-639-3900; Website: Best way to help: You can volunteer by emailing or donate through their website.

Hope CommUnity Center

Mission: HCC works with Central Florida's immigrant communities to empower them by advancing education and providing services to the working poor.

Contact: 407-880-4673 Website: Best way to help: You can sign up to help out or donate to the group on their website.

Florida Immigrant Coalition

Mission: A Florida-based organization made up of unions, community members, farmworkers and other advocates to advance fair conditions for immigrants' families.

Contact: 305-571-7254; Website: Best way to help: You can both sign up to volunteer and donate on their website.

Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Mission: CIW is a human rights organization created by the farmworker community of Immokalee, Florida. They specialize in ending human trafficking and gender-based violence in the workplace.

Contact: 239-657-8311, Website: Best way to help: Make a monthly recurring or one-time donation through their website.


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