The NYC DREAMer Fund makes grants and 0% interest loans to cover DACA renewal fees for NYC residents.
Update: May 10, 2018
Thanks to the availability of matching funds, New Economy Project’s DACA grant resources are once again available for income-eligible applicants until further notice. 0% interest loans remain available regardless of income.
Apply to the DACA Fund:
1. Make an appointment with a nonprofit group that can help you prepare your DACA renewal application and immediately apply for a grant or a 0% interest loan.
2. After completing your DACA application, work with an advocate to apply for a:
GRANT: Click here to begin an online grant application
LOAN: For more information or to apply for a 0% interest loan, please call 212-680-5100.
Don’t live in NYC? Click here for other resources.
|Want to help cover a DACA recipient’s $495 renewal fee?
Donate now and double your impact – please specify “DACA Fund” on the form. All donations to the DACA Fund will be matched by a generous anonymous donor. Please help spread the word!
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About the Fund
New Economy Project has operated the NYC DREAMer Loan Fund since 2012, making 0% interest loans to cover DACA application and renewal fees for hundreds of New Yorkers. In September 2017, New Economy Project expanded the fund to make rapid-response grants and 0% interest loans.
New Economy Project partners with dozens of nonprofit organizations that can help you prepare your DACA application and immediately apply for:
- DACA renewal grants — if you meet income guidelines or face financial hardship.
- 0% interest DACA renewal loans — regardless of your income. We partner with Lower East Side People’s FCU and Brooklyn Cooperative FCU to make loans.
For more info, please email us or call 212-680-5100.
|This fund serves all DACA recipients in NYC who are eligible to apply for DACA renewal. New Economy Project will operate the program as long as we have sufficient funds to grant and/or lend. We will immediately post notice on our website of any changes.|