Help The Families Impacted By The Massive Mississippi ICE Raids

Please help! Hundreds of families in Mississippi have been devastated by the largest workplace raids in American history. More than 680 hard-working members of our communities were rounded up and detained by ICE on August 7, and their families have now gone more than three months without the income needed to pay for necessities like housing, electricity, and running water. Hundreds of children who were released from their first day of school only to learn that their parents had been locked up by ICE now face the holidays not knowing when they will see their parents again or how their family will pay the rent. 


The Mississippi Immigration Coalition is comprised of more than two dozen organizations that have joined together in response to the Mississippi ICE Raids. Along with legal advocacy and a wide range of other community support, the Coalition has been providing financial assistance to those affected by the raids. The harsh reality is that we are quickly running out of funds. We need your help! The ACLU of Mississippi is a trusted member of our Coalition and has agreed to receive donations and serve as a conduit of that money to our humanitarian aid network. During this Holiday Season, please consider making a contribution to our humanitarian relief effort. 100% of your donation will go to direct financial assistance for the hundreds of families impacted by the Mississippi ICE raids. None of this money will remain with the ACLU of Mississippi or any other member of the Coalition.


The Mississippi Immigration Coalition formed to help the families affected by the Mississippi ICE Raids. The Coalition’s help includes legal advice and representation, community, family and mental health services, and humanitarian aid. To date, $298,905.00 has been sent to help 223 families with rent, utilities, and medicine and health care.

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