A set of verification procedures and internal controls are in place to ensure that funds go to families and individuals who meet the eligibility criteria. UndocuFund SF utilizes at least two reviewers per application, and due diligence involves checking more than one source to confirm applicants’ identities and how they have been impacted by the public health emergency. For example, if an applicant indicated that she lost wages due to the pandemic, UndocuFund SF will request pay stubs if available or other forms of verification. Applicants will be asked to attest to the accuracy of information provided to UndocuFund SF. Provision of false information will result in immediate disqualification for assistance.
MAJOR DONOR GIFTS
To make a donation over $1,000 or other assets, please contact Tracey Brieger, UndocuFund SF Steering Committee member, via email at: tracey “at” undocufundsf.org.
Foundations, unions and/or other organizations that would like to make significant contributions may contact Tracey Brieger, UndocuFund SF Steering Committee member, via email at: tracey “at” undocufundsf.org.
The aim is to get as much aid as possible to families. We strive to obtain grants to cover administrative costs; otherwise about 10% of contributions are spent on administrative costs, including administration and disbursement of the funds, as well as credit-card processing fees.
Yes, your donation is made to a 501(c)(3) organization and is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.