Join us Tuesday, October 15, 6-8 pm, at Albright College as we present updates on DACA, videos of undocumented student testimonials, and updates on child detention center. $10 fee for non-Albright students. Proceeds go towards GRIP Scholarship Fund. Hope to see you there!
This past summer, we awarded $30,000 to 21 undocumented students! Their pursuit to an education would not have been possible without contributions from concerned citizens like you. Any amount donated will make the difference in a student's life. Please go to our GRIP Scholarship Fund tab for more information on how to donate.
President Trump has announced to end DACA! There is light at the end of the tunnel, the DREAM Act 2017 is being pushed, but we need your help! Call, visit, Tweet, Facebook, protest your representatives to support the DREAM Act 2017! Need help getting the words out? Try this. Don't know who your preventative is? Check this out! Stand up, fight back.
This is one of the main reason we, as an organization, started the Scholarship Fund (more info below). We wanted to help our local undocumented students to continue their education. This year, thanks to your generous support, 23 undocumented students received a total of $30,550 in scholarship money. Some of these students go to college part time, work third shift, some work 2 jobs, while juggling family responsibilities, to be able to pay for the difference in tuition, books, and other fees. This oftentimes makes them take double as long to accomplish an associate or bachelor's degree. We need your voice, call your representatives and tell them to support the HIGHER EDUCATION TUITION FAIRNESS ACT.
The GRIP DREAMer Scholarship is for students whose immigration status (or lack thereof) does not let them get student loans or grants. By donating, you will be helping a student like the De Factos reach their dream of higher education. Any little bit counts. Make your tax-deductible donation to:
237 Court Street
Reading, PA 19601
Att: GRIP DREAMer Scholarship
or donate online by clicking here! Thank you!
We are a community organization that educates the public on immigration reform. We hold information sessions with the latest information to inform those who are directly affected and those who want to know more about it.
We are made up of community members, such as church leaders, immigration attorneys, high school and post-secondary school faculty, immigration leaders, and concerned citizens.
We make a difference, one person and student at a time.