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Martine Keogh

Joined May 2021

Nonprofits Supported

National Immigration Law Center

National Immigration Law Center
Los Angeles, CA

Dedicated to defending and advancing the rights and opportunities of low-income immigrants and their families. NILC uses multiple strategies to advance its mission, including policy analysis, litigation, advocacy, communications, and education. Advocates across the country rely on NILC's unique ability to employ these integrated approaches in its work, and provide them with the tools and information they need to shape their own advocacy efforts.

Immigrant Justice Corps

Immigrant Justice Corps
New York, NY

Immigrant Justice Corps (“IJC”), is the nation’s first and only immigration legal fellowship program. IJC seeks to expand access to counsel by increasing the quantity of immigration lawyers and the quality of the immigration bar. Each year IJC recruits talented young lawyers (Justice Fellows) and college graduates (Community Fellows) many of whom are first-generation immigrants and bi-lingual graduates from the country’s top universities, for a two-year fellowship.  IJC trains Fellows to be experts in immigration law and pairs them with leading non-profit legal services providers and community based organizations in New York City, Long Island, the Lower Hudson Valley, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Texas to provide legal services to low income immigrants.

Justice Committee

Justice Committee
Jackson Heights, NY

The Justice Committee (JC) is a grassroots organization dedicated to building a movement against police violence and systemic racism in New York City and empowering low-income Latino/as and other people of color to address these issues. Recognizing that true power can only be exercised by unified communities we prioritize developing the leadership of both youth and elders and strive to make our organizing a multi-generational effort. By building solidarity with other anti-racist, immigrant and people of color-led organizations, we seek to contribute to a broad-based movement for social justice.

Catholic Charities Community Services

Catholic Charities Community Services
New York, NY

The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York seeks to uphold the dignity of each person as made in the image of God by serving the basic needs of the poor, troubled, frail and oppressed of all religions. We collaborate with parishes, as well as non-Catholic and Catholic partners, to build a compassionate and just society. Through a network of administered, sponsored and affiliated agencies, Catholic Charities delivers, coordinates, and advocates for quality human services and programs touching almost every human need.

Children of Promise

Children of Promise
Brooklyn, NY

To embrace children of incarcerated parents & empower them to break the cycle of intergenerational involvement in the criminal justice system.

Rian Immigrant Center

Rian Immigrant Center
Boston, MA

We advocate for fair immigration legislation and just policies, and facilitate an intercultural program which promotes inclusion, diversity, and unity.

Professional Women in Construction Inc

Professional Women in Construction Inc
New York, NY

PWC is a national nonprofit organization that seeks to support, advance, and connect women and promote diversity within the architecture, engineering, construction, (AEC) and related industries.

The Irish American Partnership Inc.

The Irish American Partnership Inc.
Boston, MA

The Irish American Partnership connects Irish and Irish American communities directly with education and community programs in Ireland, North and South, honoring our heritage by investing in Ireland's youth.

Together Rising

Together Rising
Falls Church, VA

In a world where crises abound and heartache is in every community, people who want to help often don't know where to turn. Together Rising has become where they turn. For hundreds of thousands of people across America, Together Rising is the Next Right Thing. Together Rising is the Next Right Thing because we are a trusted conduit to connect people of conscience with the means to effectively address the urgent needs they see in their own communities and around the world.

Barrier Free Living Holding Inc.

Barrier Free Living Holding Inc.
Bronx, NY

To advocate and work with people with disabilities both survivors of domestic violence and homeless men, women and children to thrive in community

Equal Justice Initiative

Equal Justice Initiative
Montgomery, AL

The Equal Justice Initiative is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective
Culver City, CA

BEAM is a 501 (c)(3) organization. Our mission is to remove the barriers that Black people experience getting access to or staying connected with emotional health care and healing. We do this through education, training, advocacy and the creative arts.

Rethink Food NYC

Rethink Food NYC
Brooklyn, NY

Rethink Food NYC Inc is a non-profit organization that utilizes food excess from restaurants, grocery stores and corporate kitchens to create new and nutritious meals for those in need. Research shows about 40% of the food produced in America today goes to waste; this is equivalent to 70 billion tons. 42 million people are facing hunger in the United States, but there is enough food to feed everyone – Rethink is working to make this happen. Rethink has also set up operations for Emergency Food Management, to not only feed those in need during times of crisis, but to fund and activate local food purveyors during these times. This is a model that commenced in New York City in response to COVID-19, with plans to roll out nationally as need grows. Rethink is working on this to be a federally funded program, so the country can not only feed Americans in need, but also employ and help American businesses during times of crisis.

Brooklyn Community Bail Fund

Brooklyn Community Bail Fund
Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Community Bail Fund secures the freedom of New Yorkers who would otherwise be detained pretrial due to their poverty alone. We are committed to challenging the criminalization of race, poverty and immigration status, the practice of putting a price on fundamental rights, and the persistent myth that bail is a necessary element of the justice system. Leveraging our groundbreaking work as a charitable bail fund, BCBF joined with other community-based organizations, immigration advocates and legal services providers to form the New York Immigrant Freedom Fund program (NYIFF). Operated by BCBF, the NYIFF program secures the freedom of New Yorkers held in ICE detention who cannot afford to pay bond.