Join The Collective for a learning and networking event around recent incidents in our country that have sparked passionate conversation and debate on the topic of immigrations!

Jorge Baron, Executive Director of Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) will share information and answer questions about NWIRP’s work on the recent crisis of asylum seekers separated from their children, as well as recent developments around the Dreamers Act, the travel band, and any other questions you may have about immigration in the United States. NWIRP’s Director of Developement, Maria Kolby-Wolfe, will also speak about the #REUNIFYWA campaign, a bond and reunification fund devised to ensure that all families in immigration detention in the state of Washington are reunited as quickly as possible.

This space has been created to have a courageous conversation about the struggles of immigrants in Washington state and find ways to use your voice, time, and wallet to support fellow immigrants in the community.

Guests will enjoy complimentary food and drinks donated by The Collective. There will also be an opportunity to make donations to NWIRP at the event. All proceeds from the fundraiser will support NWIRP.

If you would like to join the event but cannot afford it, please contact Sapana Patel and you’ll be added to the RSVP list. For other questions please contact Susi Collins.

Admission is $35.  Tickets are here.