Why should you support UnLocal?

The more supporters we have, the more undocumented youth, mothers, fathers, and members of our New York City community we can assist. As we make our way to local events, community-based organizations, workplaces, courthouses, schools, and places of worship, we assist those in need of immigration legal and educational assistance, one person at a time, one community at time. Your donation will make a unique difference.

UnLocal is able to provide transformative legal and educational programming to New York City’s undocumented immigrants because of our supporters. Each year, we look to our communities, our city, local and national foundations, and other individuals who believe in our mission to help us continue and expand our work.

Thanks to all of you

Thank you for your support! Below are a list of our foundation
supporters who we thank for their support!

Why be a supporter

The more supporters we have, the more undocumented youth, mothers, fathers, and members of our New York City community we can assist. As we make our way to local events, community-based organizations, workplaces, courthouses, schools, and places of worship, we assist those in need of immigration legal and educational assistance, one person at a time, one community at time. Your donation will make a unique difference.

UnLocal is able to provide transformative legal and educational programming to New York City’s undocumented immigrants because of our supporters. Each year, we look to our communities, our city, local and national foundations, and other individuals who believe in our mission to help us continue and expand our work.

UnLocal Supporters

Thanks to all

of you

Thank you for your support! Below are a list of our foundation supporters who we thank for their support!

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.