Supporting Yakima's Immigrant Communities  |  News  |  Contact Us
Supporting Yakima's Immigrant Communities  |  News  |  Contact Us


Supporting Immigrant Communities in the Yakima Valley


Washington Worker Relief Fund

Eligibility Criteria to Be Consider for the Fund: 

  • Are a Washington resident;
  • Are at least 18 years of age;
  • Have experienced hardship due to the pandemic; and 
  • Are ineligible to receive unemployment insurance compensation or federal stimulus dollars due to immigration status.  

Form of Aid: One-time cash grants in the form of checks, pre-paid cards & electronic checks

Amount of Aid: $1,000 per qualifying adult – $3,000 limit/household

APPLY Before December 6, 2020 Washington State COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund



COVID-19 Health Information in Spanish

Download health materials in Spanish on our COVID-19 Response page.


ICE Flights to Yakima

Community volunteers continue to observe the weekly transfer of detainees from the Tacoma ICE Detention Center to the border for deportation at the McCormick Air Center. 

Press Release: One Year Anniversary of ICE Air Flights to Yakima – May 5, 2020

Once  a week for over a year, ICE transfers detainees to/from border towns through the Yakima airport.

Learn more about the ICE Flights through Yakima.


Training Community Allies

Raid Response Verifiers and Accompaniment Training in Yakima Valley

We are planning several upcoming Trainings in Yakima and the Lower Valley in the coming months. If you want to attend, please contact us.


What Does YIRN Do?

Support our Immigrant Communities through:


Masks for Farm & Warehouse Workers

Do you need masks for your family, work group or community group? Contact Us and we’ll deliver high quality fabric masks for adults and children!

Thank you to the many volunteers who sewed masks for the essential workers in Yakima’s immigrant community!

Our Essential Workers Need the Community’s Support!

Know Your Rights … if stopped in your car

English  | Español

ICE Raid Hotline

If you see activities that might be an ICE raid, call the WAISN hotline number to report!




Use this Hotline to report Active ICE Raids and suspected immigration detention activity in Washington State.

The WAISN hotline is staffed by volunteers between 6:00 am and 9:00 pm.