Hello Vuelo is a volunteer run 501(c)(3) - donations go directly towards trips to reunite low income families. We are a small group of people who believe low wages should not keep families apart and wanted to do something about it. 

ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE

We partner with media companies, including Time of Day Media - a social justice media cooperative - to produce video/graphic content. 

Hello Vuelo collaborates with amazing partner groups organizing low income communities for fair economic and immigration policies to select Travelers whose trips we fund. These are a few of the incredible organizations we are working with:

 

Make the Road New York

Make the Road New York builds the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education, and survival services. Make the Road New York promotes equal rights and economic and political opportunity for immigrant New Yorkers through Community and Electoral OrganizingLeadership DevelopmentAdult EducationWorkforceYouth DevelopmentLegal and Support Services, and Strategic Policy Advocacy.

 

Chinese Progressive Association - San Francisco

Founded in 1972, the Chinese Progressive Association educates, organizes and empowers the low income and working class immigrant Chinese community in San Francisco to build collective power with other oppressed communities to demand better living and working conditions and justice for all people. CPA's core strategies are community education and organizing, leadership development and alliance and movement building. CPA engages in community education and organizing around health and environmental justice,workers' rights, housing, immigrant rights, and other issues of concern to the organization's members and constituents.

 
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Founded in 1981 by Ethiopian refugees to give a helping hand to other newcomers, today African Services is a multiservice agency based in Harlem and dedicated to assisting immigrants, refugees and asylees from across the African Diaspora.

ASC's programs address the needs of newcomers affected by war, persecution, poverty, and global health inequalities. ASC provides health, housing, legal, educational, and social services to 12,500 people each year. Staff representing more than 20 countries and speaking over 25 languages provide culturally and linguistically relevant support to this diverse and growing community.

Expanding HIV prevention and access to AIDS treatment and care is central to ASC's mission. African Services has taken this work from Harlem to the front lines of the global pandemic and now operates five HIV clinics in Ethiopia.

 

Want to become a partner organization?

Are you an organization that works with low wage workers and/or low income families? Do you have members who are unable to see their loved ones due to finances? Please contact us at hellovuelo@gmail.com