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Support our efforts to welcome and serve immigrants by donating now
Make a gift to Center for New Americans

Your gift makes a difference

When you make a donation to Center for New Americans, you support free classes in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL); hotspots and tablets to bridge the digital divide; assistance with job applications and career coaching; warm referrals to housing, healthcare, childcare, and other services. You support no-to-low-cost immigration legal services, including applications for Green Cards and DACA.

See links below for all the ways to support us!

Here’s how you can support our classes and services for immigrants:

  • Make a donation

  • Give monthly; for the cost of two cups of coffee each month, you can become a recurring donor, contributing to our work and creating stability
  • Increase your impact with a matching gift; find out if your employer will match your donation;

  • Give in honor of  a friend or family member who believes in welcoming immigrants, or honor the memory of someone who would have appreciated your support for our effort

  • Leave a legacy by making a planned gift; your commitment to a welcoming community will be remembered and acknowledged; enter “Center for New Americans” and complete the form;
  •  Support us without converting your investments to cash; donate stocks and let the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts manage the details; enter “Center for New Americans” and complete the form;

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Local businesses support our effort

Immigrants help grow our economy

Immigrants fill vital positions in healthcare, hospitality, and manufacturing.  Businesses can support our classes and services and recruit our students and alumni.

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Welcoming new Americans at the July 4th naturalization ceremony

Attend an event!

Join us at one of our events honoring our immigrant students and clients and celebrating their traditions, culture, and progress. Our next event is Immigrant Voices: A [Digital] Celebration of Arts in partnership with the Shea Theater, Sunday May 2nd.  Purchase tickets here.

Your donations at work!

Manuel, Student at 30 Poems Reading

Writer, Madlynn with Student, Lydia

Evelyn singing at the 2019 July 4th Naturalization ceremony. Photo by Photographer's Name.