Ways to give

Ways to give

What your support means

In the past year, our Immigrant Victims Services Program was able to serve more than 1500 people, including submitting 56 VAWA Self-Petitions, 24 U  Visa applications and 160 Employment Authorization applications as well as 15 applications to adjust to legal permanent residence status.

In early 2016, TCRP was able to sue Texas for refusing to register eligible voters who update their information through the Department of Public Safety website, a practice that violates the U.S. Constitution and the federal “motor voter” law.

This year, we were able to settle a lawsuit against the State, representing dozens of immigrant families, for refusing to issue birth certificates to babies born in Texas to undocumented mothers, and we are able to continue to monitor compliance.

We won clean drinking water for Texas prisoners who are forced to endure extremely high temperatures.

We were able to partner with groups like the Texas Organizing Project that are organizing students, parents, and faculty in high schools to hold high school voter registration and information drives, as well as distribute materials about voter registration to principals and teachers free of cost.

Before the 2016 election began, we were able to train legal volunteers in Texas to answer calls from a national Election Protection hotline and help voters in select polling locations.

None of this would be possible without support from people like you.

To request a replacement tax receipt for donations made to TCRP contact us at development@texascivilrightsproject.org or call (512) 474-5073 ext. 102.

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