Giving Back

Our commitment

At DiversityJobs, we are committed to giving back and bringing awareness to causes we deeply care about, both as individuals and as a company.

We embody what we stand for, believe in what we do, and support causes that reflect who we are. We feel that it is our duty to contribute to communities locally and abroad.

To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.” – R. W. Emerson

Organizations we support

As a company, we are involved with the following organizations and we invite you to support them as well:

Ddiocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc. (DMRS)

Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc. (DMRS) is the largest provider of free and low cost immigration legal services in West Texas and New Mexico.  We provide a comprehensive range of immigration legal services including representation in family-based immigration matters, Citizenship / Naturalization matters, matters related to benefits for survivors of domestic violence and other crimes, removal proceedings before the Immigration Courts, and services for adults and unaccompanied immigrant children detained in the local immigration detention centers and shelters.

Website: dmrs-ep.org

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights protects and advances the rights and best interests of immigrant children according to the Convention on the Rights of the Child and state and federal law. The Young Center is a champion for the best interests of children who arrive in the United States on their own, from all corners of the world. We serve as trusted allies for these children while they are in deportation proceedings, advocating for their best interests, and standing for the creation of a dedicated children’s immigrant justice system that ensures the safety and well-being of every child.

Website: theyoungcenter.org

Attention Homes

Attention Homes has always been responsive to the evolving needs of youth facing homelessness in our community. In the 1960s, youth who couldn’t live at home because of domestic violence or family breakups were sent to detention centers for housing. Established in 1966 with the mandate to provide ‘attention, not detention’ to displaced youth, Attention Homes has served over 12,000 young individuals as they become healthy, productive members of our community.

Website: attentionhomes.org

Do Your Part is a non-profit organization active in disaster relief, committed to assisting in the relief of people in US and abroad. Do Your Part provides onsite and remote assessments, coordinates evacuations and resources in the first response phase of a disaster. They also provide distribution of relief supplies to families setting up their lives after losing everything to disaster.

Website: doyourpart.org

HISPA is an organization that mobilizes Hispanic professionals to eradicate one key reason why our youth does not pursue education: a lack of role models. Via their Role Model Program, Youth Conferences, and Corporate Visits, their volunteers emphasize the importance of academics and demonstrate that all students can overcome obstacles and achieve their dreams.

Website: hispa.org

The main goal of FRIENDS OF GUATEMALA, INC is to ease the multiple needs in health care and education in Guatemala. They assist with the provision of shelter for patients and their families by providing them safe housing while they await treatment at various hospitals. Friends of Guatemala works with hospitals, corporations and individuals in the U.S. to secure surplus medical equipment, medications and educational material.

Website: friendsofguatemalainc.org

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