Pueblo Unido PDX

BIPOC-Led Organization


Pueblo Unido creates hope for and amplifies the voices of communities with vulnerable immigration status by connecting them to legal, social, and Indigenous language interpretation services. We envision a world in which all people live in freedom, and where they and their communities can be safe, feel supported and thrive.

Bottom Line for Portland

Since our formation in April 2017, WE--our donors, volunteers, clients, staff, and partners--have collaborated to…

- Facilitate over 500 free legal consultations

- Connect over 1,200 individuals to legal representation

- Deliver Indigenous language interpretation services during over 400 appointments in legal, health, and community settings.

- Submit 16,000 applications to pandemic-assistance programs 


This work protects due process rights, promotes household stability, and secures language justice, and it could not be possible without your support.

  • Your contributions are crucial to keeping families together, protecting immigrant rights, and restoring human dignity.


“Ellos me hicieron sentir segura" 

("They made me feel safe") – Pueblo Unido Client


“Pueblo Unido empowers [members of the Collective of Indigenous Interpreters of Oregon] to preserve and use our languages, and to grow personally and to provide for our families.” – Member of the Collective of Indigenous Interpreters of Oregon


"Yo estoy muy agradecido con Pueblo Unido, ellos inmediatamente me brindaron ayuda para la vivienda"

("I am very grateful to Pueblo Unido, they immediately provided me with housing assistance.")

- Javier Cruz, Pueblo Unido Client  

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Pueblo Unido's programs are focused on addressing long-standing inequities and promoting social inclusion by helping people with vulnerable immigration status overcome financial, technological, literacy, linguistic, and bureaucratic barriers to essential human rights and services. Our board members and staff are predominantly Latinx or Indigenous and hold a variety of immigration experiences, ethnicities, and sexual identities, as well as Brazilian, Guatemalan, Honduran, Mexican, and Panamanian nationalities. We contract and support interpreters and navigators from Indigenous communities in Guatemala and Mexico.


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$12,181 raised of $15,000 goal
171 donations
81% of Goal


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Year Founded: 2018

Tax ID: 822488480

Pueblo Unido PDX is in the Human Services category which is sponsored by The Standard.

They're a medium-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co. and Washington Co.

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