|What:||NWIRP's Annual Gala "Our Families, Our Future"|
|Where:||The Westin Hotel in Downtown Seattle|
|When:||Friday, June 5th, 2015 at 6pm|
Our Annual Gala is a wonderful evening of celebration, and we would love to see you there! This year's theme, Our Families, Our Future will highlight the importance of families in our community. We will honor the families we've served while celebrating our shared bright future, because our community stands together to defend and advance the rights of immigrants.
|What:||Immigration 101 Training|
|Where:||Wenatchee Community Center|
|When:||Tuesday, April 7th from 1pm - 5pm|
Do you work with or serve the immigrant community and have questions about the immigration system, immigration enforcement, or how immigration issues affect the community? Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is providing a free training at the Wenatchee Community Center for anybody interested in learning more about this important topic.
Join us for an upcoming training! Registration is required. Click here to register.
Immigration 101 for Service Providers
1:00 - 5:00 pm
Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
New Holly Gathering Hall
7054 32nd Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98118
The training will include an overview of the immigration system and immigration status.
We will also answer questions such as:
This training is completely free for anyone interested! Click here to download a promotional flyer for the event.
|NWIRP's Anniversary Celebration is a fun reception featuring live music/entertainment, drinks and dinner along with a short program. During the program, both NWIRP's Golden Door Award and its Amicus Award are presented and there is often a mini-live auction! The event helps raise funds for NWIRP's critical legal services and broadens our circle of friends. We celebrated our 30th Anniversary on May 9th, 2014. Check out photos from the event here!|
NWIRP Presents: An Evening At... is a family-friendly reception held at a local point of interest and immigrant culture. The event gives attendees a chance to explore the intersection of NWIRP's work with its meaning in the broader community through rich cultural experience. Our last event was held at the beautiful Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience on Thursday, October 16th, 2014.
House Parties Gather with friends and other NWIRP supporters in an intimate setting to hear more about how NWIRP impacts the lives of immigrants and refugees in Washington State or focus on a specific issue currently affecting immigrants and refugees in our state. For more information on attending or hosting a house party, contact Michelle Muri, Development Director at michelle at nwirp dot org or 206-957-8635.
Get to Know NWIRP Want to learn more about NWIRP? Contact Erin Lunde Keenan at erin at nwirp dot org or 206-957-8605 to arrange a tour today!
Learn more about NWIRP here.