Oregon Worker Relief has proven powerful and successful.

Between its launch in 2020 through the end of 2022, Oregon Worker Relief disbursed more than $145 million to more than 77,000 individuals in Oregon’s immigrant communities, including in all 36 counties statewide.

Our Oregon Worker Relief 2022 Impact Report, published in March of 2023, describes the success and effectiveness of the fund. It also includes data obtained through surveys conducted by Oregon Worker Relief, which provide a rare look into the financial lives of undocumented immigrants in Oregon and reveal persistent and ongoing financial insecurity in immigrant communities statewide.

In addition to our previous report, Oregon Worker Relief: Narrowing the Gap, published in May 2021, the monthly data snapshots below show how when those closest to a problem get to create, shape, and implement the solution, it works.

The monthly snapshots provide statistics about geographical distribution of fund disbursement, the number of community-based organizations conducting outreach and training Community Navigators, the dollar amount of relief provided for each separate fund, the employment industry of relief recipients, and more.

Oregon Worker Relief Data Snapshots