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California Community Based Organizations Working on Intersectional Economic Security for Immigrants.*

This database was created as part of the Supporting the Economic Security of Undocumented Immigrants primer released on November 16, 2022.

Download a searchable version of this document HERE.

Note: If your organization is working on issues related to economic security of people who are undocumented in California and would like to be added to this directory, please complete this form or email

OrganizationRegionCity/CountyEconomic Security Policy AdvocacyEntrepreneurshipGrassroots Organizing and Building Worker PowerNarrative ChangeCommunity Grounded ResearchGuaranteed Income for People who are undocumentedImmigrant Workers' RightsDirect Services
Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC)Central CaliforniaFresno
Centro Binacional para el Desarollo Indígena Oaxaqueño (CBDIO)Central CaliforniaFresno
Centro La FamiliaCentral CaliforniaFresno
Jakara MovementCentral CaliforniaFresno
Services, Immigrant Rights And Education Network (SIREN) Central CaliforniaFresno
UC Merced Community and Labor CenterCentral CaliforniaMerced
Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project (MICOP)Central CaliforniaOxnard
Lideres CampesinasCentral CaliforniaFresno, Bakersfield, Santa Barbara
United Farmworker FoundationCentral CaliforniaFresno, Bakersfield, Santa Barbara
Buen VecinoCentral CaliforniaVentura
Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE)Central CaliforniaVentura
Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE)Central and Southern California
Multicultural Institute Day Labor ProgramNorthern CaliforniaBerkley
Contra Costa Immigrant Rights AllianceNorthern CaliforniaContra Costa
Monument ImpactNorthern CaliforniaConcord
Vietnamese American Community Center of the East BayNorthern CaliforniaEast Bay
Nuestra CasaNorthern CaliforniaEast Palo Alto
Graton Day Labor CenterNorthern CaliforniaGraton
Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)Northern and Southern CASF and Los Angeles
California Human DevelopmentNorthern CaliforniaSanta Rosa
Mission Asset FundNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Ayudando Latinos a Sonar (ALAS) - Half Moon BayNorthern CaliforniaSan Mateo
Puente de La Costa SurNorthern CaliforniaSan Mateo
Centro Community PartnersNorthern CaliforniaOakland
ProsperaNorthern CaliforniaOakland
Full Rights Equality & Empowerment (FREESF)Northern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Chinese Progressive AssociationNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
WeRise SF Immigrant Rights CenterNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Canal AllianceNorthern CaliforniaSan Rafael
Joaquin Immigrant Integration Collaborative
Northern CaliforniaSan Joaquin
Street Level Health ProjectNorthern CaliforniaOakland
Mujeres Unidas y ActivasNorthern CaliforniaOakland
UpTogether (formerly Family Independence Initiative)Northern CaliforniaOakland
Centro Legal La RazaNorthern CaliforniaOakland
Filipino Advocating for JusticeNorthern CaliforniaOakland
Trabajadores Unidos Workers United (TUWU)Northern CaliforniaOakland
La Colectiva de Mujeres de San FranciscoNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Legal Aid at WorkNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Unity CouncilNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Construction Trades Workforce InitiativeNorthern CaliforniaEast Bay
Lao Family Community DevelopmentNorthern CaliforniaOakland, Sacramento, and San Pablo
Parent VoicesNorthern CaliforniaOakland
African Advocacy NetworkNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Pilipino Association of Workers and Immigrants (PAWIS)Northern CaliforniaSanta Clara
Day Worker Center of Mountain ViewNorthern CaliforniaSanta Clara
Dolores Street Community Services, SF Day Labor Program and Women's CollectiveNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
805 UndocufundNorthern CaliforniaSonoma County
North Bay Organizing ProjectNorthern CaliforniaSonoma County
Nuestra Cultura CuraNorthern CaliforniaNapa Valley
North Bay Jobs with JusticeNorthern CaliforniaSanta Rosa
Asian Americans Advancing JusticeNorthern CaliforniaBay Area and LA
Amigos de Guadalupe CenterNorthern CaliforniaSan Jose
Chinese for Affirmative ActionNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Restaurant Opportunities Centers United Bay AreaNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Burma Refugee Families & NewcomersNorthern CaliforniaOakland
La CocinaNorthern CaliforniaSan Francisco
Instituto de Educacion Popular del Sur de California (IDEPSCA)Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, Van Nuys, Long Beach
UCLA Labor CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Building Skills PartnershipSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
SoCal COSHSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Garment Worker CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
CLEAN Carwash Worker CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Pasadena Worker CenterSouthern CaliforniaPasadena
Pilipino Worker CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Centro CHASouthern CaliforniaLong Beach
Pars Equality CenterSouthern CaliforniaSan Fernando Valley
Pomona Economic Opportunity CenterSouthern CaliforniaPomona, San Bernardino, Riverside
Courage LLCSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Inland Coalition for Immigrant JusticeSouthern CaliforniaInland Empire
Inland Empire Immigrant Youth CollectiveSouthern CaliforniaInland Empire
Thai Community Development CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Long Beach Immigrant Rights CoalitionSouthern CaliforniaLong Beach
CHIRLASouthern CaliforniaStatewide
Filipino Migrant CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
United Cambodian CommunitySouthern CaliforniaLong Beach
Warehouse Worker Resource CenterSouthern CaliforniaInland Empire, Long Beach
Translatin@ CoalitionSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
TODEC Legal CenterSouthern CaliforniaCoachella Valley
SALVASouthern CaliforniaPalmdale
San Bernardino Community Service CenterSouthern CaliforniaSan Bernardino and Riverside
Inland Congregations United for Change (ICUC)Southern CaliforniaSan Bernardino, Riverside, and Coachella Valley
Nourish CASouthern CaliforniaInland Empire
Inclusive Action for the CitySouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Echo Park Immigration CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
California Immigrant Policy CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Vigilant LoveSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Worker Education and Resource CenterSouthern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Resilience OCSouthern CaliforniaOrange County
Nuestras ManosSouthern CaliforniaOrange County
Freedom for Immigrants (CIVIC)Southern CaliforniaOrange County
Korean Resource CenterSouthern CaliforniaOrange County
The Cambodian Family Community Center (TCFCC)Southern CaliforniaOrange County
Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD)Southern CaliforniaOrange County
Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA)Southern CaliforniaOrange County
Catholic Charities of Orange CountySouthern CaliforniaOrange County
San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium (SDIRC)Southern CaliforniaSan Diego
Chicano FederationSouthern CaliforniaSan Diego
Somali Family ServicesSouthern CaliforniaSan Diego
CSU San MarcosSouthern CaliforniaSan Diego
San Diego Workers CenterSouthern CaliforniaSan Diego
Black Alliance for Just ImmigrationSouthern CaliforniaStatewide
Asian Youth CenterSouthern CaliforniaSan Gabriel Valley and Antelope Valley
Comunidades Indígenas en Liderazgo (CIELO)Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles
Alliance San DiegoSouthern CaliforniaSan Diego
Employee Rights CenterSouthern CaliforniaSan Diego
Maintenance Cooperation Trust Fund (MCTF)Southern California and Northern
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)StatewideStatewide
Immigrants RisingStatewideStatewide
Coalition of Low Wage and Immigrant Worker Advocates (CLIWA)StatewideStatewide
California Immigrant Youth Justice AllianceStatewideStatewide
CAIR California - Council on American-Islamic RelationsStatewideStatewide
CA Street Vendors CoalitionSouthern CaliforniaStatewide
Immigrants RisingNorthern CaliforniaStatewide
California Domestic Workers CoalitionStatewideStatewide
The Immigrant Strategic Messaging Project
Statewide and NationalStatewide
Life MovesCentral CaliforniaHalf Moon Bay

*Disclaimer This list is by no means exhaustive to every organization in California committed to economic security for people who are undocumented. We tried our best to include several organizations across the state who primarily focus on people who are undocumented, and whose primary areas of work address the issue areas and recommendations included in the publication.