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Financial Re$ources for Immigrants and Low Income Families

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Thank you for your interest. If you are on the waiting list, we will let you know as soon as possible if space has become available. If necessary, we will prioritize organizations that work with immigrants or other communities threatened by changes in federal policy, such as Muslims, very low income, African-American, and LGTBI families.

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Alameda County Social Services Agency Eden Multi-Service Center

24100 Amador Street

Room 225

Hayward, CA 94544

Sales Have Ended

Registrations are closed
Thank you for your interest. If you are on the waiting list, we will let you know as soon as possible if space has become available. If necessary, we will prioritize organizations that work with immigrants or other communities threatened by changes in federal policy, such as Muslims, very low income, African-American, and LGTBI families.
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Low income families, especially immigrants, are the target of unprecedented federal actions that threaten their economic security in the short and long term.

We can connect these families to real money and other resources, safely, to help them prepare for future emergencies or meet present needs, including:

  • Tax refunds like the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC), and Child Care Tax Credit,

  • Federal and state safety net benefits such as food stamps and cash assistance programs like CalWORKs, and

  • Banking tools to receive refunds and cash assistance safely and without expensive check cashing and overdraft fees.

Experts from the National Immigration Law Center, International Rescue Committee, and Bay Area Legal Aid, among others will answer your questions about the value of these resources, eligibility criteria for immigrants and others, and any changes we should expect from executive actions.

Join CRC members and allies, United Way affiliates, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) providers, banks, social services agencies, and others to discuss how we can work together to help families secure critical resources safely.


Logos of co-sponsors including: California Reinvestment Coalition, United Ways of California, Alameda County Social Services Agency, Alameda County Community Asset Network, Bank On Oakland, California Asset Building Coalition, California Community College CalWORKs Association, International Rescue Committee, Urban Strategies Council, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Community Financial Resources, Umpqua Bank, Union Bank, and US Bank



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Alameda County Social Services Agency Eden Multi-Service Center

24100 Amador Street

Room 225

Hayward, CA 94544

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