Become an UnLocal Ally by making a monthly donation. UnLocal Allies will receive regular reports of how their donations are changing lives.

 

Where will your donation go?

$25

One time/Per month

Many immigration applications require two passport photographs and these costs add up. Also, in our virtual world, we rely more than ever before on technology to allow us to do our work. A monthly donation of $25 would cover passport photos for two applications or our Zoom costs each month.

$50

One time/Per month

We prioritize language access so that we can communicate with our clients and community members. A monthly donation of $50 would pay for one 50 minute phone call each month using a telephonic interpreter, when communicating in a language other than those spoken by our staff.

$100

One time/Per month

Many immigration applications require two passport photographs and these costs add up. Also, in our virtual world, we rely more than ever before on technology to allow us to do our work. A monthly donation of $25 would cover passport photos for two applications or our Zoom costs each month.

$250

One time/Per month

Virtual solutions are more important now than ever before, and a monthly donation of $250 would pay for the cost of our file sharing web-based account each month.

$500

One time/Per month

Our staff is growing and whether we are working from home or working in the office, we rely heavily on our phone provider to keep us connected. A monthly donation of $500 would cover the cost of our monthly phone bill.

$1000

One time/Per month

USCIS recently raised the fees for dozens of immigration forms and erected barriers to fee waivers. A monthly donation of $1000 would cover the cost of two employment authorization applications or other application fees for individuals represented by UnLocal.

Yuniya Khan

Board Member

Originally from Guyana, South America, Yuniya has worked in the non-profit and international development fields for more than 20 years. She is the founder of The Emerge Project, a storytelling initiative that aims to elevate the voice and impact of grassroots Black entrepreneurs and community leaders in South Africa and Brazil, and is an Associate with NPAG, a professional services firm that specializes in top-tier social sector talent strategy and search. She is deeply committed to supporting programs that enhance the wellbeing and dignity of Black and Brown people, particularly immigrants and those in communities that are overlooked and marginalized. Yuniya holds a BA in TV/Radio from Brooklyn College, an MA in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and an MPA in International Management from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.

Yuniya Khan

Board Member

Originally from Guyana, South America, Yuniya has worked in the non-profit and international development fields for more than 20 years. She is the founder of The Emerge Project, a storytelling initiative that aims to elevate the voice and impact of grassroots Black entrepreneurs and community leaders in South Africa and Brazil, and is an Associate with NPAG, a professional services firm that specializes in top-tier social sector talent strategy and search. She is deeply committed to supporting programs that enhance the wellbeing and dignity of Black and Brown people, particularly immigrants and those in communities that are overlooked and marginalized. Yuniya holds a BA in TV/Radio from Brooklyn College, an MA in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and an MPA in International Management from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.