The DARE TO DREAM campaign was created to raise funds for the GRIP Scholarship Program. With every purchase of the monarch butterfly pendant necklace, 60% of the proceeds will go to GRIP. This butterfly was created last year by Nancy M., 2013 scholarship recipient, and Rainy L., scholarship recipient of the same year, made it into a necklace!
Rainy wrote, "This scholarship program is an important part of my journey, as I myself am one of the first recipients of this scholarship. Because of the GRIP scholarship and the mentorship of the volunteers, I was able to pursue a higher education. I also became a volunteer and helped to raise funds for the scholarship to help other DACAmented students continue their education."
Only licensed immigration attorneys are allowed are allowed to provide legal advice. For a list of local attorneys, please call the Berks Bar Association. Beware of Notario Fraud. Notarios are not lawyers in the United States, they cannot represent you in court, and they should not be filling out immigration paperwork for you. Find out more about Notario Fraud.
Your donations make students' education possible. Click on Donate below to send a tax-deductible donation to our Scholarship fund!
Stay tuned, we're planning some exciting events for 2024!
We will be hosting 2 immigration info sessions one at 4pm and another at 7pm. Location and details to come.
We want you to have the most up to date information on policies, and hear from our scholarship recipients!
Save the date!! We will be hosting our next Run 4 Dreamers on Saturday, May 4th. Location: Schlagel Park. Registration Details to come.
We are in the midst of planning next year's summit. This will be the first year since 2019 that we will be hosting an in-person summit! We're so excited! Please stay tuned!!
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Inform the community on the immigration issues facing local youth and their families through summits, lectures, and events.
Provide resources to undocumented students so they can continue their education, research possible paths to citizenship, and live their lives.
Grow the DREAMer Scholarship fund for students whose immigration status (or lack thereof) does not let them get student loans or grants.