Every day, organizations worldwide are engaged in a collective two steps forward, one step back march toward improved immigration services and policies. What hard-earned lessons are these nonprofits, and the foundations that support them, learning from their persistent efforts? This collection of evaluations, case studies, and lessons learned exposes and explores the nuances of effective collaboration, the value of coordinated messaging, the bedrock of ongoing advocacy efforts, and the vital importance of long-term and flexible funding.

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Four Freedoms Fund 2021 Year in Review

January 12, 2022

Four Freedoms Fund (FFF) strengthens the capacity of the immigrant justice movement to ensure all immigrants, regardless of immigration status, have dignity, power to shape change, and agency to determine the quality of their life, community, and future. To achieve this goal, FFF believes we need a robust and powerful infrastructure of organizations leading the transformation of our country's systems to be inclusive, fair and just, and grounded in racial, economic, and gender justice.

Resilience & Community: Supporting Immigrant Communities Through FFF’s COVID-19 Response Funding

December 13, 2021

In 2020, as communities around the world faced one of the most unprecedented global health and economic challenges of our lifetime, Four Freedoms Fund (FFF) launched a COVID-19 Response Fund and strategy to support immigrant justice organizations throughout and beyond the pandemic.This report details the impact of more than $2.5 million in rapid response funding that was dispersed through 56 grants to groups in 23 states.

Investing in Black Leaders in the Immigrant and Racial Justice Movements

February 19, 2021

Four Freedoms Fund (FFF), a collaborative fund of NEO Philanthropy, is proud to honor Black History Month this year with the release of its recommendations on how philanthropy can strategically and broadly strengthen the Black immigrant, refugee and asylum seeker organizing ecosystem. The recommendations are based on interviews with Black-led immigrant, refugee and asylum seeking organizations building the movements for immigrant and racial justice.  These Black-led organizations have played an outsize role in pushing the immigrant justice movement to center racial justice, as well as being visionaries pushing the boundaries for a more just and equitable future in our country.FFF makes seven strategic recommendations for how funders can support Black immigrant, refugee, and asylum seeker-focused and led organizations in building their own power toward self-determination and equity. 

Refugees & Asylum Seekers