Mosaic COVID-19 Immigrant and Refugee Community Relief Fund

Relief Fund

As of Sunday, 4/18, there were 9,047 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Colorado with 391 deaths. 1,755 people have been hospitalized.

Immigrant and refugee communities have been hit hard by the economic impact of the pandemic. Nearly one in 10 Colorado residents is an immigrant, and a similar share of residents are native-born U.S. citizens who have at least one immigrant parent. Immigrants comprise nearly 14% of all business owners in the state’s densely populated integral part of Colorado’s diverse and thriving communities and make extensive contributions that benefit all.

Multicultural Mosaic Foundation has started a COVID-19 Immigrant and Refugee Community Relief Fund to address the immediate needs of the most vulnerable immigrants and refugees within Denver metro area impacted by COVID-19.

Mosaic has reserved $10,000 from its funds for this relief fund. In addition,Mosaic is working on raising funds to supplement the fund.

We will get through this crisis by supporting each other. 

If you would like to participate, please donate by using one of the methods below:

  • Send a check to Multicultural Mosaic Foundation at
    • 14232 E. Evans Ave. Aurora CO 80014
    • On the check, please mention COVID-19 Immigrant and Refugee Community Relief Fund
  • Transfer funds by Zelle to 
  • Donate using the button below.

The priority with this project is emergency relief and support for basic needs. Mosaic will provide immediate financial assistance to refugee and immigrant individuals (up to $500) and families (up to $1500) severely impacted by COVID-19. The amount of financial assistance provided will be dependent on the extent of the impact as well as our target population’s most urgent needs.

Please inform your community members who may qualify and help them apply to for the fund by filling out the online application form.

Applications will be accepted starting Monday, April 20th, 2020. Application deadline is Monday, May 4th, 2020. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, subject to availability of funds.

Please send your questions regarding the relief fund to