San Mateo County Immigrant Relief Fund

Immigrants are working on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis, risking their health and well-being every day to keep our society going. And yet, many immigrants were left out of the CARES Act relief. The San Mateo County Immigrant Relief Fund – initially funded by a generous contribution from John A. and Susan Sobrato – is providing financial support to immigrant families left out of the federal government’s relief efforts. Immigrant families may be eligible to receive a $1,000 grant to help in this time of crisis.

Eligibility

  • Live in San Mateo County.

  • Not eligible to receive a CARES Recovery Rebate (coronavirus stimulus check) from the Federal government.

  • Household income less than 80% area median income ($97,440 for an individual).

  • Lost income due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Process

  • Step 1: PRE-APPLY – Submit a pre-application today.

  • Step 2: APPLY – Depending on eligibility, equity, and available funding, we may invite you to submit a full grant application. If you are invited, you will receive an email from MAF inviting you to submit your full application in our secure portal.

  • Step 3: APPROVAL – If we approve your application, we will deposit a $1,000 grant directly into your bank account or we will mail you a check.

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