The UFW Foundation is a dynamic nonprofit organization established in 2006. The UFW Foundation’s core purpose is to empower communities to ensure human dignity. We serve over 90,000 immigrants annually through a holistic approach; we provide critical services and engage our constituents in systemic change to break the cycle of poverty. Our regional offices are safe havens that provide resources and services—such as credible immigration legal advice—and act as hubs for educational outreach and organizing. In addition, our organization works to civically engage farmworkers and Latinos nationally in the democratic process by telling their story, voting, and advocating for more equitable policies. The UFW Foundation also provides learning opportunities for members, community fellows, interns, and volunteers.