Immigration reform is rarely thought of as a women’s issue, but in fact it is central to the fight for women’s equality. Millions of immigrant women who are part of the fabric of our communities, workplaces, and schools are blocked from achieving their full potential because of a broken immigration system. They perform essential jobs, like taking care of our children and our aging parents, and are central to family and community well-being. Please join the National Domestic Workers Alliance as we fight for fairness and inclusion for 11 million undocumented women, children, and families who are already important parts of our communities. We have a special opportunity to support 100 women who will be marching 100 miles on the eve of Pope Francis's first ever US trip! The Pope said recently, "May we be always more grateful for the help of domestic workers and caregivers; theirs is a precious service." An estimated half of the two million plus domestic workers in the US today are immigrants. We rely onand depend on their care and service to ensure our homes, children, and family members are looked after. We believe that we have a responsibility to help our neighbors—no matter where they were born—and that all our children deserve a brighter future. Please make a donation today to support this important pilgrimage!