805 UndocuFund works with lean team that focuses on advocacy, disaster mitigation, preparedness, and long term recovery. Together, we work to ensure undocumented immigrants have an equitable opportunity to not only prepare for and survive crisis, but also to improve their quality of life before the next one hits, and rebuild it with dignity after it does.
When disaster hits, 805 UndocuFund responds by mobilizing hundreds of volunteers, community stakeholders, and funders with the organizational and volunteer support of MICOP, CAUSE, Future Leaders of America and philanthropic partner such as the Ventura Community Foundation.
Since 2018, this grassroots disaster relief model has successfully provided trusted, linguistically and culturally competent assistance to more than 16,000 Central Coast undocumented residents. We’ve mobilized more than 800 volunteers from the local immigrant community. Nearly 7,000 volunteer hours total.