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Esperanza's Summer 2021 Auction
Welcome to Esperanza's second annual summer auction!!!
Join Esperanza this July as we raise funds for unaccompanied refugee children. These children have survived arduous journeys, neglect, violence, abuse and persecution. Now in the U.S., they find themselves facing serious legal, mental and physical health challenges. Esperanza serves thousands of unaccompanied children in SoCal each year, providing FREE legal and social services to help them obtain legal status and protect their mental and physical well-being. We are struggling to meet the growing need for our services. Help us ensure that no child has to fight their deportation alone!
By bidding on an item or making a donation, you are making a live-changing gift to these vulnerable children!
Many of our items for auction have been provided by local Latinx businesses and artists. To bid on an item, create an account, by clicking on the login button in the upper right hand corner, or clicking here: https://www.32auctions.com/users/new , very little information is required!
You can't find an item to bid on? Consider making a a tax-deductible donation by clicking on the red "Donate" button above.
You didn't win your bid? Consider donating your highest bid!
Check out our Fund a Need items for how you can donate and make a direct impact.
Don't forget to join us on July 30th at 6pm for the last hour of our auction. We will be hosting our first-ever virtual live event with music from Deejay Kaboom and stories from our key note speaker, award winning journalist and documentary film maker, John Carlos Frey.
You can join via Zoom ( https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88538645595 , Webinar ID: 885 3864 )or view on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/EsperanzaImmigrantRightsProject). Click here for more info on how to join: www.esperanza-la.org/summer2021
About Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project
Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project is a public interest legal organization serving some of the most vulnerable immigrants in the Los Angeles area.
We believe that all immigrants deserve access to education and representation. We teach, defend, and empower children and adults by giving them the tools they need to navigate the complex immigration system.
Last year Esperanza provided free legal services to over 9,000 immigrants facing deportation in the Los Angeles area. Here at Esperanza, we believe that immigrant rights are human rights.