Los Angeles Times. January 21, 2023. 805 UndocuFund tagged in “Storm flooding compounds misery for California farms and workers”

Al Dia, September 19, 2022 – Primera cumbre de UndocuFund para solicitar ayuda equitativa en casos de desastre

Yahoo News Finance, September 16, 2022The First-Ever UndocuFund Summit hosted by 805 UndocuFund, UndocuFund, and Latino Community Foundation, Calling for Equitable Disaster Relief

KCLU Radio, September 16, 2022 – Local non-profit focuses on helping undocumented residents when disaster hits

Lompoc Record, June 18th, 2022 – 805 UndocuFund receives $10K grant to change immigrant disaster relief

Santa Barbara Independent – October 28, 2021: MICOP Is Vital Link for Indigenous Communities During COVID

Santa Maria Times – September 29, 2021: 805Undocufund aims to expand disaster aid for immigrant communities

Yahoo News – September 29, 2021: 805Undocufund aims to expand disaster aid for immigrant communities

Ventura County Star – March 31, 2021: Coronavirus: Groups reopen 805 Undocufund to help undocumented immigrants during pandemic

News Channel 312 (Fox 11/ ABC 3/CBS 12): 805 UndocuFund reopens applications as economic crisis continues

KTAS Telemundo Costa Central – February 8, 2021: Entrevista con Aldo Campos, Director Interino del Fondo 805

Santa Barbara Independent – September 6, 2020: 805 Undocufund Assists Struggling Undocumented Workers and Families. Santa Barbara and Ventura County Recipients Are Hard-Hit by COVID Pandemic but Ineligible for Most Aid

News Channel 312 (Fox 11/ ABC 3/CBS 12) – July 13, 2020: 805 UndocuFund raising millions after being ‘bombarded’ with aid applications this spring

Leading from Within – June 11, 2020: For Goodness Sake

Los Angeles Times. June 1, 2020. Otorgan 500 dólares por indocumentado en California a través del Fondo de Resiliencia; reclámelos aquí

Santa Barbara Independent – May 22, 2020: Santa Barbara’s Undocumented Community in Desperate Need of Help – Excluded from Most Financial Assistance Programs, Workers Have No Safety Net in Pandemic

LAist, May 4, 2020: This Undocumented Farmworker Is Worried About How She’ll Feed Her Kids If Coronavirus Takes Her Job Away

Capitol Weekly – April 29, 2020 – COVID-19: Groups form to help undocumented immigrants

KSBY – April 18, 2020: Santa Barbara County organization helps provide financial relief to undocumented immigrants

Santa Barbara Independent, March 24, 2020: COVID-19 Is Breaking Santa Barbara’s ‘Invisible Backbone’
Undocumented Workers Don’t Qualify for Government Safety Net Programs

Direct Relief, January 9, 2019: Montecito Mudslides: One Year into the Recovery

California Health Report – January 7, 2020: Wildfires Expose Gaps in Disaster Relief for Undocumented Communities

Santa Barbara Independent – March 28, 2019: Nonprofit Champions Recognized at Santa Barbara County Leadership Awards

Santa Barbara Independent – November 21, 2018: Local Heroes 2018: The Santa Barbara Independent’s Annual Celebration of Our Fantastic Neighbors

Remezcla – November 14, 2018 – As Fires Rage on in California, Many Farmworkers Are Working in Hazardous Conditions

Ventura County Star – November 14, 2018 – How you can help the victims of the Woolsey Fire, Hill Fire and Borderline shooting

Ventura County Star – January 24, 2018 – Groups set up 805 Undocufund to help immigrants hurt by Thomas Fire, Montecito mudslides