The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law is a non-profit organization. As with most non-profits, we are fueled by donations, volunteers, and people such as yourself who are driven to protect and further civil, constitutional, and human rights.
Change might seem impossible, but every individual has the power to help another. By educating and involving yourself in this fight for our rights, YOU can make a difference, and your support and/or contribution can help us create and enforce the change needed.
Be aware with upcoming news, efforts, and research by making sure you stay connected with us:
- Like and follow our Facebook and Twitter to keep up with current stories about immigration policies, prisoners in solitary confinement, and so much more!
- Check our main website regularly for updates on the Center’s endeavors.
- Contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.
Keep up with emerging policies, protests, government actions, and on-the-ground efforts by joining us in any way how you see fit. Whether it be keeping up to speed with our social media or regulated checks to our website, inform yourself on current events.
Advocate rights and policies that aid immigrants, refugees, children, prisoners, and the poverty-stricken citizens in the United States. Support people and ideas whose intentions are to defend and promote the rights of low-income, vulnerable communities. Engage in advocacy and impact litigation aimed at encouraging positive social, economic, and political change.
The Center works diligently to ensure that all donations are used in pursuit of our goal. Regardless of size, any contribution helps us continue this endeavor– whether it be towards our projects, our numerous pro-bono cases, or legal support services.
Your time is invaluable. Any fragment in which you decide to help us will go towards enriching and supporting the Center.