Who is funding The New Americans Campaign?
Six national foundations joined in an unprecedented collaboration to support the nonpartisan New Americans Campaign to help modernize naturalization assistance in the United States and help more lawful permanent immigrants become U.S. citizens.
The consortium has so far committed more than $20 million to the project. Founding sponsors of the New Americans Campaign, are: The Carnegie Corporation of New York; the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund; the Grove Foundation; the Open Society Foundations and the JPB Foundation. Read more about our Funders.
Who is eligible to receive assistance from The New Americans Campaign?
The campaign is only focused on assisting the 8 million lawful permanent residents who already qualify for citizenship. Read more about who we’re helping and the barriers they face.
What are the requirements to join?
The New Americans Campaign welcomes a diverse range of partners, from businesses to educators to community leaders and much more. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about potential opportunities.
What impact/how many immigrants have received citizenship support through the NAC?
The New Americans Campaign is transforming the way aspiring citizens navigate the path to becoming new Americans.
Our innovative and collaborative approach has already yielded incredible results. See what we’ve accomplished at Our Impact section.