The Immigrant Freedom Fund of Colorado is an outgrowth of the Interfaith Solidarity and Accompaniment Coalition. It was inspired by the work of the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Resources Network, which provides legal services and other support to immigrants in detention at the Aurora Detention Center and by Sarah Jackson who founded La Casa de Paz, which provides housing, meals and transportation to immigrants in the immigration system

Since none of the groups providing accompaniment for immigrants in Colorado has a dedicated bond fund, people in Loveland, Colorado have come together to create one.  Momentum has grown, and we are accepting donations toward financial assistance for people who are eligible for bond but don’t have the resources to cover it.

All of those who work on the Immigrant Freedom Fund are volunteers.  Many of us are members of the Namaqua Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Loveland and of the Loveland Council of the League of United Latin American Citizens.

We welcome you to work with us raising funds, connecting us to organizations you belong to and helping us grow our organization throughout Colorado.  Contact us at 970-444-2535 or