Children of immigrants face a range of risks and unique vulnerabilities, exacerbated by recent policy changes, executive actions, and rhetoric. Two new reports issued by CLASP focus on the immediate and long-term consequences on young children in immigrant families and provide recommendations for supporting immigrant families and placing children’s health and well-being front and center. CLASP will be hosting a webinar on Tuesday, March 13th to discuss the report’s findings. Philanthropy also has a role to play. Last year, the Annie E. Casey Foundation and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants (GCIR), in partnership with Grantmakers Income Security Taskforce (GIST) and the Early Childhood Funders Collaborative (ECFC), hosted a roundtable session: “Advancing Opportunity for Children of Color in Immigrant Families: A Cross Sector Approach.” Recommendations for collaborative philanthropic strategies that emerged from the discussions are enumerated and available in the fact sheet: What Can Philanthropy Do? Coming Together for Children in Immigrant Families in a Changing Policy Landscape.