Vicky Chavez left Honduras with her two-year-old daughter in 2014 fleeing death threats from her ex. Vicky’s grandmother, who raised her, had passed away, and all of Vicky’s surviving family (her parents and three siblings) was in the United States. She came to this country seeking asylum, and was let in at the border for that reason. Now, three years later, she is being told that she needs to take her family back to Honduras, where she will face the same violence that she fled before. We cannot let this happen! Help us raise money to help Vicky fight her deportation.
Vicky just had another daughter three months ago. She is a dedicated mother to her two daughters, and cares more for them than anything else. We cannot let her and her daughters be deported back to Honduras, where her violent ex awaits. Vicky has no criminal record. She has broken no laws. There is no justification for her deportation. Her only desire has been to raise a family in peace.
Red de Solidaridad is raising funds on YouCaring for Vicky’s family as they fight to stay here, where they belong. All funds will be given directly to Vicky.
You can also make a tax-deductible donation to Red de Solidaridad through our fiscal sponsor, Alliance for Global Justice. Please donate to our Emergency Fund using THIS LINK. It is especially helpful if you can make your donation recurring monthly.