SERVICES & PROGRAMS
Pro Bono Legal Clinics
Free private consultations with specialized attorneys for low-income families. In partnership with attorneys and other non-profits such as the Community Activism Law Alliance (CALA) and the Filipino American Lawyers Association (FALA), AFIRE provides the following legal clinics:
With our partners at Erie House and Palenque LSNA, we are able to provide low-cost application assistance for low-income immigrants in the Illinois. Quarterly clinics are held throughout the Chicago area with the assistance of licensed attorneys and volunteers.
One of our most popular programs is Tagalog 101. Topics include grammar, vocabulary, conversational phrases, and social and cultural issues that impact the community. Tagalog 101 programming is held during the Fall and Spring.
We Make History
We Make History is a curriculum for domestic workers to learn about the domestic worker movement in the US and reflect on their own leadership making history today! This curriculum was built by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, in collaboration with activist scholars from Smith College.