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Pro Bono Highlight: Eric Rome from Eisen & Rome

Pro Bono Highlight: Eric Rome from Eisen & Rome

This month's pro bono highlight recognizes Eric Rome, who has given his time and talent to Ayuda’s Pro Bono Program since 2017, accepting pro bono cases for full representation. Eric has extensive experience in the world of housing law and has served on the Board of...

This Fourth of July, We Celebrate Our Immigrant Neighbors

This Fourth of July, We Celebrate Our Immigrant Neighbors

"Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists."- Franklin D. Roosevelt As we gather together to celebrate America’s Independence Day with family and friends, let us take a moment to reflect on...

“Ayuda’s Holistic Services Saved My Life”

“Ayuda’s Holistic Services Saved My Life”

Mary*, a survivor of childhood assault, fled violence that had engulfed her home in Central America and immigrated to the United States in 2016. Anxious to begin a new and better life, Mary settled in quickly and fell in love. Mary and her boyfriend welcomed a...

“Ayuda gave me the ability to hope for a better tomorrow”

“Ayuda gave me the ability to hope for a better tomorrow”

 I was 6 years old when my life changed forever. Violence in Mexico began to escalate and made its way to my neighborhood. One day my mother went out to the store, leaving my sister and I alone for 10 minutes. In that moment, there was intense gunfire outside the...

Silvia’s Story

Silvia’s Story

Silvia Lopez moved to the United States from El Salvador more than 29 years ago, escaping the civil war that plagued the country from 1980 to 1992. When Silvia first arrived  in 1989, she began the arduous process of applying for asylum and later for a green card...

New Trump Policy Puts Victims of Abuse at Risk

The Trump administration is again, putting families—especially women and children—in harm’s way as he continues his unrelenting assault on immigrant families. We all saw the photos and heard the cries of children in cages at the border. But you probably haven’t heard...

Ayuda’s 2017 Impact Report

Ayuda Impact Who We Help 6,500 Immigrant women, children and men annually 104 countries of origin across the continents 22 languages 100% low-Income Residents of the DC-metro region (DC-MD-VA) All immigrants regardless of country of origin, race/ethnicity, sex and...

Ayuda's Washington, D.C. office has moved!

Ayuda is excited to announce that as of Tuesday, September 1, 2021 we have a NEW DC office! Ayuda will no longer be operating out of our 6925B Willow St NW nor our 1413 K St. NW offices.

Our new Washington, D.C. office is located at 1990 K Street NW, Suite 500 Washington, DC 20006.

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