Join Impact Cubed and Leichtag Foundation in aiding asylum seekers in North County
Title 42 was in place across two U.S. administrations for over three years and prevented tens of thousands of vulnerable individuals and families from lawfully exercising their right to seek asylum and access protection in the United States as established by international law. With family separation taking place, individuals faced vulnerable situations, were at risk of exploitation, and received threats. Already having experienced deep trauma in their home countries, asylum seekers have nowhere to go.
Title 42 ended in May 2023 and San Diego is experiencing a crisis of asylum seekers being dropped off in San Diego County. As many as 50 people per day are arriving in North County and need our help.
Join Impact Cubed, Leichtag Foundation, and our growing network of funders in volunteering and supporting the vetted organizations below, which all have strong track records of supporting asylum seekers in North County:
- Interfaith Community Services is leading response efforts among community partners and seeking funding, volunteer translators, host families, logistic coordinators, and more.
- Jewish Family Service of San Diego and the San Diego Rapid Response Network provide robust immigration legal services in addition to humanitarian aid and respite shelter. Donate today and your gift will be doubled!
- North County LGBTQ Resource Center and Pilgrim Church have joined together to accept donations, gather supplies, and provide transportation.
All aid is being provided on a completely nonsectarian basis to those most in need.
Jewish tradition teaches that to save one life is to save an entire world. During times of crisis and migration, please join us in stepping forward to help those in crisis who have lost everything.
Please let us know if you donate to any of these organizations. Thank you for helping to repair their communities.