Thank you for your interest in the UndocuFund for Fire Relief in Sonoma County. In December 2018, the Fund ceased operations and is no longer accepting donations. However, if you would like to continue to support the undocumented community of Sonoma County, please consider donating to our partner organizations:

  • The Graton Day Labor Center, a worker-led center that organizes with domestic workers and day laborers in West Sonoma county to advance their rights and dignity as workers, immigrants, and members of the broader community.
  • The North Bay Organizing Project, a grassroots organization working to implement public policy reforms that promote social, racial, and environmental justice. Over the past year, NBOP’s immigrant led task force won significant changes for undocumented community members in the Sonoma County disaster planning framework, to ensure that the next time there is a disaster ALL members of our community will be included in the county response.
  • North Bay Jobs with Justice, a long-term, strategic alliance of labor, community, faith-based, and student organizations working together to build a strong, progressive movement for economic and social justice across the North Bay.

These three organizations are part of The North Bay Rapid Response Network: Sonoma, Napa and Solano Counties, which verifies and documents ICE raids; accompanies undocumented community members to immigration hearings; and provides ongoing Know Your Rights training to legal observers, accompaniment teams, and community members.