Boston, MA. The Massachusetts Immigrant Collaborative, recognizes the positive contributions that immigrant and refugee communities make to our Commonwealth and to our society at large. Therefore we commemorate this day and highlight the importance of respecting the human rights of all immigrants, regardless of their immigration status. In December 2000, the U.N. General Assembly, taking
Massachusetts Immigrant Collaborative virtually celebrated our one year anniversary on May 6th. Thank you to all of our supporters and those of you who attended the event! If you missed our special anniversary event, you may view it below.
Massachusetts Immigrant Collaborative Adds Four Partners Centro Comunitario de Trabajadores, Metrowest Worker Center, New North Citizens Council and Pioneer Valley Workers’ Center join 11 initial partner organizations to support immigrants The Massachusetts Immigrant Collaborative has expanded by adding four new partner organizations to the original 11 nonprofit immigrant support organizations that came together in
Covid-19 public health crisis prompted immediate response to support more than 20,000 vulnerable Massachusetts residents Boston MA (August 21, 2020) – At the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, diverse and multicultural immigrant support organizations came together to provide direct emergency relief to Massachusetts’ most vulnerable residents – immigrant families. The Massachusetts Immigrant Collaborative (originally named
MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES OVER $1,750,000 IN NEW FUNDING TO SUPPORT BOSTON’S IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES IMPACTED BY COVID-19
$650K from Boston Resiliency Fund has already impacted the lives of over 20,000 immigrants BOSTON – Thursday, May 28, 2020 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced over $1,750,000 in funding for the Boston Immigrant COVID-19 Collaborative (BICC) to provide direct emergency relief to the immigrant community. The City of Boston assisted in initially creating