With your community support, we aim to cover the program costs, including meals, lodging, transportation (ground and air), entrance fees to trip locations, COVID-19 precautions, travel insurance, and any medical expenses. This will remove financial barriers for our undocumented community.
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Pushing Gov. Inslee to provide critical aid in the face of a pandemic this program secured $62.6 million to disburse to over 60,000 immigrants across WA state.
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