El Indio, Downtown Santa Ana Teams Up To Provide Finances For Immigrant Workers

La Cartita — Downtown Santa Ana bands together for migrant workers affected by the Pandemic that has shut down the restaurant business. The online fundraiser will be coordinated through Venmo, and generous donors can send funds to Jessica-Salazar-3 and participate. As unemployment is not available, many migrants are not able to apply for other state benefits tied to this formal process for unemployed individuals.

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#SelfCare Covid-19 Edition! Here it is Fam! All of these amazing vendors, restaurants, and business’ have partnered to help our immigrant workers who have been unemployed as a result of Covid-19 and cannot apply for unemployment. ❤️ Rules: enter as many times as you want. ❤️ List amount and #Raffle name in your Venmo transaction. (Venmo: Jessica-Salazar-3) ❤️ Raffles close at 10pm on 4/24 ❤️ Winners will be announced LIVE on 4/25 at 2pm 💛Today you’re not just donating. Today you’re also an advocate for immigrant rights & recognizing their value and importance. We’ve also set up a GOFund for those of you who just wish to donate. Link in Bio! 💛Thank you all for your love and support towards some of our most hard working team members! – $100 cash curtesy of @allyoufitnessequipment – Bath & Body works set curtesy of @blushpinksweets – @latinohealthaccessorg – @suavecitopomade – Face Masks curtesy of @deseree_crafts

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