Honoring an survivor’s story ahead of World Day Against Trafficking In Persons on July 30.
Selena has been granted her U Visa after a long six years of waiting.
Ayuda is seeing anywhere from 50 to 100 migrants arrive at our doors each week
On May 4, more than 300 immigrant supporters gathered at Planet Word in Washington, D.C. for Ayuda’s 50th Anniversary Event: Standing With Immigrants (SWI).
In April 2023, Ayuda testified before the DC Council regarding a proposal to reduce the Access to Justice budget.
Ayuda clients are so much more than numbers, and the Impact Report showcases several of our immigrant neighbors’ journeys.
Arnold & Porter Senior Associate Chris Moulder, PhD, successfully shepherded a Violence Against Woman Act (VAWA) self-petition to the finish line in 2022. This is Awa’s story.
With Ayuda’s support, Zoila has been able to set goals and thrive.
In February 2023, Ayuda filed four pieces of testimony with the DC Council.
Ayuda Statement on Biden Administration’s Proposed “Transit Ban.”
Ayuda’s Language Access Program opened its first Virginia Interpreter Bank in Fairfax County.
The end of AmazonSmile creates a gap that we need your help to fill…
Ayuda is heartbroken to learn that on January 12, philanthropist Calvin Cafritz passed away in D.C. at the age of 91.
Ruka is happy to have won her T Visa case and hopes that sharing her story will help someone else in her situation.
Andrew “Drew” Bahr’s Ayuda story is a great example of the Language Access Program’s ripple effect.